Windows 8 Features New Password Management Tool Windows Live ID With Trusted Platform Module

Windows 8 Features New Password Management Tool Windows Live ID With Trusted Platform Module

For the average netizen who has numerous accounts for his or her online life, remembering dozens of intricate passwords could become a chore. Limiting the options and using the same password over and over again for the mnemonic sake is one of the worse solutions. To avoid risks and to help managing and syncing passwords on multiple PCs, Windows 8 comes up with a much needed password management tool: Live ID.

By On December 21, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Buys SkypeSexFinder.com Domain

Microsoft Buys SkypeSexFinder.com Domain

You might find this piece of information odd, but apparently Microsoft just acquired the domain name SkypeSexFinder.com after it expired and become available for public bidding. Fusible made the discovery and announced that the domain currently forwards to Microsoft’s Bing search engine. It goes on to search for “skypesexfinder” and brings up results that might please somebody looking for internet fun.

By On December 20, 2011 Respond
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Chrome Briefly Beats Internet Explorer For The No. 1 Browser Spot

Chrome Briefly Beats Internet Explorer For The No. 1 Browser Spot

There’s a very high probability that you are reading this post on Google’s web browser, Chrome. And that you were an Internet Explorer user just a few years back but now you find it utterly impossible compared to the light, speedy and more secure Chrome. In fact, the stats collected from billions of of pageviews reveal that Chrome briefly beat IE in the last week of November and became the browser tooled by most users online.

By On December 18, 2011 Respond
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First Ever 4G Windows Phone Is Coming In US Market

First Ever 4G Windows Phone Is Coming In US Market

Nokia has finally announced the date of the release of first-ever 4G Windows Phone in America. According to Nokia, the phone will be launched on January 17 and users can register online already. The carrier which comes with the deal is T-Mobile. And for those who may be unhappy with Android and iPhone prices, this one comes with a price as low as a mere $49.99.

By On December 16, 2011 1 Response
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Microsoft Office To Arrive Soon On iPad And Mac App Store

Microsoft Office To Arrive Soon On iPad And Mac App Store

Microsoft has no tablet presence on the market and certainly won’t for some time to come, therefore in order to make available Office to the host of tablet users it must strike a deal. And the partner who benefits might as well be the Apple and its iPad. Microsoft hasn’t said anything official about it, but since it has been struggling on the market, a partnership with Apple who holds 80% of the tablet market might make perfect sense.

By On December 16, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Giving Free Windows Phone To Malware-Stricken Android Users

Microsoft Giving Free Windows Phone To Malware-Stricken Android Users

In a rather unusual advertising move, Microsoft has asked Android users to tell them about their Android plights, especially about the recent malware problem. And in return, the users may get a chance to win free Windows Phone! It’s a fine way of highlighting Android’s qualms and at the same time, marketing Windows Phone right into the Android fan-base.

By On December 15, 2011 1 Response
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Microsoft Released Games For  iOS – Kinectimal

Microsoft Released Games For iOS – Kinectimal

So, the gaming is coming out from console to mobile device. Now the giant Microsoft made its first iOS game Kinectimal. Its actually the same Game that is already available and popular in Xbox and Windows Mobile now also abailable for iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad for $2.99. Check the details below.

By On December 14, 2011 1 Response
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Microsoft’s Socl Resurfaces, This Time in Private Beta

Microsoft’s Socl Resurfaces, This Time in Private Beta

Apparently, Microsoft plans to polish and to release its social network Socl. The curious user can’t take a sneak peak to the service, as Microsoft is very secretive on this matter at the moment and a beta version is only available for few lucky team members. And no, you can’t find anything on the old domain socl.com, extensively explained by the Verge in November.

By On December 14, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Finally Released OneNote 1.3 And Lync 2010 For iOS And Android Platforms

Microsoft Finally Released OneNote 1.3 And Lync 2010 For iOS And Android Platforms

It’s time for more updates. Microsoft has just released the OneNote 1.3. iOS app and while they were at it, added iPad support to it. On top of that, the long awaited Lync 2010 app has become available for download if you head on to the Windows Phone Marketplace. OneNote has been available through Office desktop for many years, since the release of Office 2003.

By On December 14, 2011 Respond
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Security Flaw In Windows Phone 7.5

Security Flaw In Windows Phone 7.5

A reader at WinRumous has revealed that Windows Phone 7.5 is prone to a denial-of-service attack. The attack can be launched simply through a malicious text message which shuts down the phone as soon as it reaches the inbox. Upon rebooting the phone, you are no longer able to send messages because the messaging hub becomes inactive and is locked.

By On December 13, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Launches Silverlight 5, Looking to Improve the Web Experience

Microsoft Launches Silverlight 5, Looking to Improve the Web Experience

Silverlight 5 is the most recent version of Microsoft’s browser plug-in and Web, desktop and mobile development platform, aiming to help create the most interactive user experiences for Web and mobile applications alike. The advantage to using Silverlight is that it is supported by Windows and Mac alike, and is compatible with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari.

By On December 13, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Launches Excel Mashup, Making the Excel Experience More Fun

Microsoft Launches Excel Mashup, Making the Excel Experience More Fun

Ever got bored of doing spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel, and come to the rash decision that maybe you needed a career change of some sort. Well, relax; you’re not the only one. But thankfully, Microsoft has been thinking about us miserable fools and has come up with a new platform that allows users to embed interactive Excel spreadsheets on web pages. Oa, that sounds a little off. Let us explain.

By On December 13, 2011 1 Response
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Windows Phone 7.5 May Hold Promise For Microsoft

Windows Phone 7.5 May Hold Promise For Microsoft

According to reviewers, Windows Phone offers a really good experience. Although it hasn’t been a success in the smartphone market, not yet at least, it holds promise. It comes with the flagship awesome usability that Microsoft is known for and makes it very easy and smooth for the user to tool it. Also, with a growing app repository for Windows Phone, it may see better days in future.

By On December 12, 2011 1 Response
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Microsoft Is Trying to Make Windows 8 Mobile Friendly?

Microsoft Is Trying to Make Windows 8 Mobile Friendly?

Windows 8 is coming. And with it a whole host of rumors and uncertainties about how will it affect the overall market. After all, it aims to make room for itself in the already tight mobile market and at the same time keep its dominance over desktop users.

By On December 10, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft’s Kinetic Sensors Useful For Robots

Microsoft’s Kinetic Sensors Useful For Robots

Microsoft may found a market it never even planned for – the robotics industry. The Kinetic sensor by Microsoft is designed specifically for it’s gaming console, Xbox 360′s users. However, the researchers at the robotics department of different universities find it a cheap, viable alternative to other expensive motion-sensor equipment.

By On December 7, 2011 Respond
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