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Microsoft Reports Rise In Profits, Windows Remain Flat

Microsoft Reports Rise In Profits, Windows Remain Flat

A number of predictions had been cited regarding the future of Windows 8 and Surface slates. Defying most of these, Microsoft has now registered a 19% rise in its profits during the third quarter. However, at the same time, the revenues of the Windows division have stayed flat.

By On April 20, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft May Bring Back The Start Button And Boot To Desktop In Windows Blue

Microsoft May Bring Back The Start Button And Boot To Desktop In Windows Blue

Software giant Microsoft has acknowledged that Windows Blue (also called Windows 8.1) is the upcoming update of Windows 8 OS. Some leaked images have hinted that Microsoft will introduce Snap View, IE 11, and more in Windows Blue and may release it in 2013 for free. Recently, it’s been reported that Microsoft plans to bring back the Start button and boot to desktop for Windows Blue.

By On April 17, 2013 2 Responses
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Facebook Not In Talks With Apple Or Microsoft Over Facebook Home Integration

Facebook Not In Talks With Apple Or Microsoft Over Facebook Home Integration

Facebook Home, a free software that shows users the latest updates from their friends and enables users to reply them without having to open a separate app, was announced on April 4. The Facebook Home for Android was released formally on April 12. Recently, some websites have reported that Facebook was in talks with Apple and Microsoft over Facebook Home integration into iPhone and Windows Phone. But it’s not true.

By On April 16, 2013 Respond
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WSJ: Microsoft Working On Touch-Enabled Watch

WSJ: Microsoft Working On Touch-Enabled Watch

Microsoft has gotten serious with the hardware business. It has launched its own tablet PC line-up, though the company said the models are to showcase the capabilities of a Windows tablet. The company is also speculated to have been testing its own smartphone. A new revelation suggests that Microsoft is also exploring the smartwatch arena.

By On April 15, 2013 Respond
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WSJ: Microsoft Working On 7-Inch Surface Tablet

WSJ: Microsoft Working On 7-Inch Surface Tablet

According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, published today, Microsoft has decided to enter the small-size tablet market with a 7-inch version of its Surface tablet.

By On April 11, 2013 1 Response
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Microsoft Says Facebook Home Is a ‘Copycat’, Windows Phone Is the ‘Real Thing’

Microsoft Says Facebook Home Is a ‘Copycat’, Windows Phone Is the ‘Real Thing’

Last week on April 4 at Facebook headquarter, CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg officially announced Facebook Home, a free software that users can install on their Android devices to essentially “Facebook-ize” their phones. But software giant Microsoft has said that Facebook Home is a “copycat” and Windows Phone is the “real thing.”

By On April 10, 2013 1 Response
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Two-Step Authentication Coming To Microsoft Soon

Two-Step Authentication Coming To Microsoft Soon

Microsoft is going to launch two-factor-authentication to its account services soon. The new authentication feature will be available through an app called Authenticator via the Windows Phone Store.

By On April 10, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Ships New Patch For Surface, Fixes Wi-Fi And Other Issues

Microsoft Ships New Patch For Surface, Fixes Wi-Fi And Other Issues

Microsoft has already released two updates to fix Wi-Fi problems in Surface tablets. Microsoft has released a third patch aiming to fix Wi-Fi issues in Surface. Microsoft’s April 9 updates for Suface RT and Surface Pro include hardware driver and firmware fixes, along with fixes for other issues.

By On April 10, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft May Announce Its Next Generation Xbox On May 21

Microsoft May Announce Its Next Generation Xbox On May 21

Software giant Microsoft planned to unveil its next-generation of Xbox in April of this year, but recently we’ve come to know that, now Microsoft plans to unveil this in May.

By On April 9, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft May Cut The Licensing Fees To Make Windows RT Tablets Cheaper

Microsoft May Cut The Licensing Fees To Make Windows RT Tablets Cheaper

It’s been reported that Microsoft may be considering to cut the licensing fees to make Windows RT tablets cheaper and help itself compete with low-cost Android tablets.

By On April 3, 2013 1 Response
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Microsoft Acknowledges Windows Blue, More To Come In Build 2013

Microsoft Acknowledges Windows Blue, More To Come In Build 2013

There is change in the air at Microsoft. Signs of a fundamental shift from a software company to a devices and services company, as mandated by Microsoft management team, are already showing. Company officials are openly talking about the next release of Windows (Blue) and the next Windows Developer conference (Build 2013).

By On March 27, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Offers $400 Gift Card For Going Green

Microsoft Offers $400 Gift Card For Going Green

Its true as the title says. Microsoft offering Gift card for going green. Bring in your Tablet,PC, Mobile or even game software for free recycling, if it has value Microsoft will pay upto $400 worth Gift card. Details inside.

By On March 23, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft And Intel Support Apple Against Motorola’s Appeal On Patent Case

Microsoft And Intel Support Apple Against Motorola’s Appeal On Patent Case

Motorola, and by the that we mean Google, recently launched an appeal against the 2012 ruling of a court which refused Motorola any relief over standard essential patents. In the appeal, Google argued that Apple was an ‘unwilling licensee.’ Interestingly, Microsoft and Intel have thrown their weight behind Apple in opposing Google.

By On March 21, 2013 2 Responses
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Microsoft Offers Windows Developers $100 Cash For New Apps

Microsoft Offers Windows Developers $100 Cash For New Apps

Microsoft has been trying hard to amass a greater number of apps for its Windows Store and Windows Phone Store. Currently, the company’s online marketplaces stand well behind both App Store and Google Play. In a bid to catch up, Microsoft is now offering Windows developers $100 on every new, approved app.

By On March 20, 2013 1 Response
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Support For Windows Phone 8 Will End In July 2014, Says Microsoft

Support For Windows Phone 8 Will End In July 2014, Says Microsoft

Microsoft’s mobile platform, Windows Phone, hasn’t exactly been a success. The company was able to trigger the interest of many with Windows Phone 8, but handsets running the latest release haven’t garnered significant sales. Now, Microsoft has apparently decided to abandon support for Windows Phone 8 by July, 2014.

By On March 18, 2013 1 Response
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