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Leaked Video Of Windows Phone 8 “Apollo” Tells About It’s Feature

Leaked Video Of Windows Phone 8 “Apollo” Tells About It’s Feature

Windows Phone 8 Apollo is meant to roll out on Windows Phone manufacturers some time later this year hopefully. So far, we didn’t know anything about it’s specific features and the support it provides. Now, however, thanks to a video of Windows Phone 8 Apollo that has been leaked, we do know the features of the OS. And the OS is excellent, it allows apps to be ported from Windows 8 to Windows Phone platform and will come with built-in Skype.

By On February 4, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft To Replace Mix Designer And Developer Event With Conference For Windows 8

Microsoft To Replace Mix Designer And Developer Event With Conference For Windows 8

The most intriguing rumors about Microsoft’s events have been confirmed recently: after a six-year tradition, this year will not be held Mix conference and for now on we should not expect any more Mix events. Instead, the company will host a developer conference dedicated to Windows 8. The news was published on the Microsoft’s official blog.

By On February 1, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Talks About Xbox 720 Launch Date

Microsoft Talks About Xbox 720 Launch Date

Rumors around the tech and gaming world have been doing rounds the Microsoft will be unveiling it’s next gaming console, Xbox 720, later this year. However, Microsoft has trashed all such rumours. According to a statement by Microsoft’s head marketing guy, there is nothing significantly new for Xbox gamers this year. Which means that Microsoft will stick to the new releases it has already made, which include expanding the scope of Xbox to Live TV, online streaming and a rich online experience, apart from gaming.

By On January 31, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Will Officially Pull The Plug On Windows XP After 800 Days

Microsoft Will Officially Pull The Plug On Windows XP After 800 Days

Windows XP has been one of the most wildly successful products by Microsoft. Even when originally released years ago and succeeded by later products such as Windows Vista and Windows 7, Windows XP continues to be the most-used operating system around the globe. But Microsoft wants to move on now. In an official statement, Microsoft has given customers 800 days to switch to the later version of Windows. According to Microsoft, after 800 days the official support for Windows XP will be withdrawn.

By On January 31, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Office 15 Now In Technical Preview, Beta Will Be Available In Summer

Microsoft Office 15 Now In Technical Preview, Beta Will Be Available In Summer

Microsoft Office has been one of the most successful, user-friendly and easy productivity suites. And Microsoft is gearing up it’s efforts to launch a new version of it, code-named Microsoft Office 15. Microsoft Office 15 will have some huge changes, hints from official statements tell us. This version has already reached the Technical Review phase. Microsoft hopes that it will release the beta version in summer this year to the public.

By On January 31, 2012 Respond
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There Are 2.1 Billion Internet Users In The World

There Are 2.1 Billion Internet Users In The World

So what happened with the Internet in 2011? How many email accounts were there in the world in 2011? How many websites? How many users? Judging by a new survey, you are one of the 2.1 billion people who use the Internet every day. According to the report released by statistics site Pingdom, 44% of those people are based in Asia. Yes, gamers are sucking up almost half of the world’s Internet.

By On January 30, 2012 Respond
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Android To Become Developers’ Favorite Choice Beating iOS

Android To Become Developers’ Favorite Choice Beating iOS

Even if Apple iOS is still toping the lists of every survey done this year, this is not what is going to happen in the next 12 months according to a study done by the research firm Ovum, who has been in charge of bringing comprehensible analysis to the masses for some time now.

By On January 30, 2012 Respond
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Steve Jobs Received A Letter From Bill Gates In His Last Days

Steve Jobs Received A Letter From Bill Gates In His Last Days

Steve Jobs and Bill Gates have been considered ardent rivals but the recent biography of Steve Jobs presents their relationship as one filled with animosity. In a recent interview with Telegraph, Bill Gates has dispelled such a notion and said that he and Jobs had a very good relationship. According to Gates, he went to meet Jobs twice in his final days and eventually sent Jobs a letter. Gates said that there was no animosity between them and never was, and that there was rather a sense of healthy competition which both of them respected.

By On January 29, 2012 Respond
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Windows 8 Is Working Stable On ARM, Coming Soon To Developers

Windows 8 Is Working Stable On ARM, Coming Soon To Developers

Windows 8 is the most significant operating system update by Microsoft ever since Windows 3.0. It is about to released on Intel devices pretty soon. However, this is the first ever Windows Operating System that will also run on AMD and ARM chips. A few days ago at CES 2012, ARM devices were on display running Windows 8.0. However, back then we were told that Windows 8 wasn’t stable on ARM machines yet. Now, a number of sources are claiming that Windows 8 is now stable on ARM devices and that this may warrant an earlier-than-expected release of ARM devices with Windows 8.

By On January 29, 2012 Respond
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Resident Evil 6 Release Date Announced

Resident Evil 6 Release Date Announced

Absolutely it is a great news of hardcore gamer of Resident Evil. Recently Capcom has released first official trailer, including its release date. The great news of this game is its two player cooperative play mode that means players will be allowed to share the epic adventure and bone-tingling horror with a friend. Because players need work together to fend off a zombie apocalypse and get to safety.

By On January 28, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft’s Most Important Clients and Cash-Flow Poviders, Enterprise Customers

Microsoft’s Most Important Clients and Cash-Flow Poviders, Enterprise Customers

We have reached that time of the year when every major company must make public its quarterly earnings. So, it is now time for Microsoft to do just that. The software giant posted $20.89 billion in fiscal Q2 revenue (calendar Q4) and surprisingly surpassed the fortune foretold by analysts.

By On January 28, 2012 Respond
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It Wasn’t Easy For Microsoft To Design The Upcoming Windows 8 App Store

It Wasn’t Easy For Microsoft To Design The Upcoming Windows 8 App Store

When back a few months ago Antoine Leblond and Ted Dworkin announced that Windows 8 will be starting to work on their very own Windows 8 app store, everybody was more than excited, but as it turns out the endeavor wasn’t so smooth as some might have expected.

By On January 28, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Hands Nokia $250 Million For Windows Phone

Microsoft Hands Nokia $250 Million For Windows Phone

Microsoft is relying heavily on Nokia to roll out it’s Windows Phone devices and to make these devices a success. This was evident when at CES 2012, Microsoft officials actively supported Nokia Lumia presentation. According to the quarterly report released by Nokia, it has been handed out a $250 million payment, which is a first in the series of payments as ‘platform support payments.’ While the term is vague, it shows that Microsoft’s stakes are high in Nokia Lumia sets and the software giant really wants them to succeed.

By On January 28, 2012 Respond
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Windows 8 To Offer Intelligent Solutions For Wireless And Network Connections

Windows 8 To Offer Intelligent Solutions For Wireless And Network Connections

With so much buzz and drama going around the launch of the upcoming next generation iPad, most people seem to have forgotten about the possibilities the new Windows 8 OS might bring to the table. And Microsoft is trying to revamp people’s interest. How? By unveiling some rather interesting details about the upcoming operating system.

By On January 28, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Plans Xbox Live For Android And iOS Devices

Microsoft Plans Xbox Live For Android And iOS Devices

Xbox 360 has been one of the strongest points of Microsoft. It is not only the leading gaming console but is also bringing a revolution in the gaming realm through Microsoft’s Kinect units. Microsoft has already sold a record 66 million consoles and 18 million Kinect units. Moreover, the online gaming network by Microsoft, Xbox Live is a huge success for the company. It generates Microsoft a fine revenue and it one of the most popular gaming portals. While currently it can be used only on a Windows Phone device, Microsoft may have plans to add support for Android as well as iOS devices.

By On January 27, 2012 Respond
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