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[Tutorial] How To Use Keyboard Shortcuts With Hotmail

[Tutorial] How To Use Keyboard Shortcuts With Hotmail

Like Gmail or Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail supports the use of keyboard shortcuts. These keyboard shortcuts can certainly speed up your use of Hotmail and increase your productivity because they can help you quicker compose new email, responds to existing one, flag them, etc… These shortcuts are especially useful when you are working on laptop and don’t have access to your mouse. In this tutorial I will show you how to check if these keyboard shortcuts are activated in your Hotmail account and how to use some of them.

By On March 6, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Gives The First Look At The Upcoming Halo 4

Microsoft Gives The First Look At The Upcoming Halo 4

Halo franchise is a name that every avid gamer would definitely know of. It has stayed, for years, as one of the favorite and most popular game franchises around the world. Now the Master Chief returns as Microsoft gives the first look at the next instalment of Halo games, namely Halo 4. Halo 4 has been developed by 343 industries and is expected to arrive during the Christmas this year.

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Microsoft And Zain Group Partner To Launch Windows Phone Devices In MENA Region

Microsoft And Zain Group Partner To Launch Windows Phone Devices In MENA Region

The Mobile World Congress this year served not only to unveil some of the coolest smartphones, tablets and other devices and technologies, it was also kind of an occasion to socially mix for tech companies. It seems that Microsoft and Zain Group really got on well during the event, so much so that both entered into an agreement that Zain Group would launch Windows Phone devices in Middle East and North Africa regions.

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Facebook Starts Out Its Giant Ads On The Site For Logged Out Users

Facebook Starts Out Its Giant Ads On The Site For Logged Out Users

Facebook has gone big on its plan for advertisements on its social network. Within 48 hours of announcing to launch log out page ads, Facebook started on its first one. It debuted with a giant Bing home page that appears just as soon as a user logs out of the social network. Bing became Facebook’s first advertising partner. Many of the web experts have tried to reproduce the ads, including The Verge team, according to the website, but were unable to do so.

By On March 6, 2012 Respond
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Nvidia And Microsoft Churn Out Tegra 3 Test Machines For Windows 8 Developers

Nvidia And Microsoft Churn Out Tegra 3 Test Machines For Windows 8 Developers

While at one side, Windows 8 is gradually gaining traction, at the other, Microsoft is also working rapidly on it’s plans to have support for ARM-based systems in this new OS. Nvidia and Microsoft are actively collaborating to distribute systems running Tegra 3 chips to Windows 8 developers. These PCs are being distributed to software developers and also to device manufacturers.

By On March 3, 2012 Respond
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Kobo Announces E-Reading App For Windows 8

Kobo Announces E-Reading App For Windows 8

Windows 8 has been making headlines around the web recently. First, Microsoft released the Consumer Preview, much to the delight of Windows users. And then it was reported that the preview hit 1 million download within first 24 hours. It seems the popularity of Windows 8 is starting to rub on others. Kobo has announced that it will release an e-reading app for Windows 8. This makes Kobo the first ebook retailer to launch it’s app for Windows 8.

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Windows 8 Consumer Preview Gets Downloaded A Million Times In 24 Hours

Windows 8 Consumer Preview Gets Downloaded A Million Times In 24 Hours

The world has been eagerly waiting for Windows 8 to finally come out – specifically ever since Microsoft had released the developer preview, the users have been waiting for a beta version, which Microsoft now termed ‘Consumer Preview.’ With so much hype surrounding the release, it shouldn’t surprise one now that Microsoft has said that the beta version has been downloaded a million times within the first 24 hours!!

By On March 2, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Research Unveils 3D Interactive Desktop Using Transparent OLED And Kinect Camera

Microsoft Research Unveils 3D Interactive Desktop Using Transparent OLED And Kinect Camera

Microsoft used a transparent OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) in their research in June 2010. They became successful in their research. Microsoft used a camera beneath a transparent OLED to create gesture-based interaction. Recently, Microsoft research has unveiled a new research project. By using a Samsung-made transparent OLED and a Kinect camera, a 3D interactive desktop becomes enabled. This is simply a different creative project.

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LinkedIn Has 43% Of Its User-base in America, IBM Has The Most Followers On the Professional Social Network

LinkedIn Has 43% Of Its User-base in America, IBM Has The Most Followers On the Professional Social Network

Social media is huge in America, there is no doubt about it. But it is also so in rest of the world too, especially Europe and Japan. Many regions are new to it and some have excelled in using it wonderfully like Iran, Egypt, Syria, and Bahrain, amongst others. Some social networks are very popularly depending on the regions, like Orkut in Brazil is bigger than Facebook, though there the latter is almost catching up now.

By On March 1, 2012 Respond
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Following Online Ethical Norm, Google Chrome Will Start A Feature Of “Do No Track” Button

Following Online Ethical Norm, Google Chrome Will Start A Feature Of “Do No Track” Button

Internet privacy matter has really become an issue these days mostly due to the vague users’ accounts settings due to which they often get confused and leave themselves vulnerable to things they don’t want to be part of. The information they otherwise would want to keep private, they accidently share with the world. But aside from the complexity of these user’s settings for the accounts, there is also a debate about how and why social networking sites are using data from members for their own reasons and benefits.

By On February 29, 2012 Respond
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MWC 2012: Windows Phone Tango Brings Voice Notes and Improved MMS

MWC 2012: Windows Phone Tango Brings Voice Notes and Improved MMS

This year’s edition of Mobile World Congress is a very good opportunity for the companies to show off its new technologies and for tech oriented journalists to dismiss or to confirm rumors that captured everyone attention lately. When it comes to Microsoft’s new update of Windows Phone 7.5, nicknamed Tango, the software comes as confirmation of what analysts predicted, but also with a few intriguing features and limitations.

By On February 29, 2012 Respond
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Nokia Becomes World’s largest Windows Phone Manufacturer – Strategy Analytics

Nokia Becomes World’s largest Windows Phone Manufacturer – Strategy Analytics

Recently Strategy Analytics has unveiled a sensational news about mobile phone manufacturer giant NOKIA and the news is Nokia captured top position as the world’s number one Microsoft smartphone vendor for the first time ever. NOKIA acquires in first position replacing Taiwanese vendor HTC and apparently it seems that it has been possible for Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 smartphones which both launched in November 2011.

By On February 27, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft May Be Testing Photosynth For Windows Phone

Microsoft May Be Testing Photosynth For Windows Phone

Microsoft doesn’t seem to lack it’s creativity to it’s own platforms and has often launched products from platforms from other than it’s own. First we had a whole lot of Bing apps that were introduced, not through Windows Phone but on iOS devices last year. Then Microsoft also released the 360-degree panorama photograph app, Photosynth which didn’t debut on Windows Phone either. But it seems that with better Windows Phone devices now on their way, the users may finally get a Photosynth app for Windows Phone some time soon.

By On February 27, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Change Action Related To Windows 7/Vista Power Button

[Tutorial] How To Change Action Related To Windows 7/Vista Power Button

It can sometimes be very useful to customize your computer in every single detail. Windows allows you to modify the particular action to perform when pressing the power button on your computer. In this tutorial e will show you how to perform this procedure which works equally well in Windows 7, but also under Windows Vista.

By On February 26, 2012 Respond
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Sony PlayStation 4 May Use AMD Technology

Sony PlayStation 4 May Use AMD Technology

Sony has been facing increasingly greater competition from other gaming console makers such as Microsoft. Especially now that Microsoft is trying to make the motion-sensor Kinect a regular part of it’s game console, Sony is under pressure to up the game if it wants to stand it’s ground. Sony already has added enhancements to it’s recent release, PS Vita and now we are hearing that an upcoming Sony game console may be using AMD’s graphics technology.

By On February 25, 2012 Respond
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