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Five Poor Decisions By Giant Tech Companies Which Ruined Them

Five Poor Decisions By Giant Tech Companies Which Ruined Them

Tech industry, which started out at a humble pace, has grown into a rapidly evolving arena. Today, tech companies need to evolve constantly or face doom. Given below are five worst decisions by tech companies which wrecked them.

By On November 28, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Aims To Unify Multiple Windows Platforms In The Coming Days

Microsoft Aims To Unify Multiple Windows Platforms In The Coming Days

The three key Windows platforms right now are the regular Windows, Windows RT and Windows Phone. But one day, the company hopes, it will be able to unify them into one. Read in details.

By On November 26, 2013 1 Response
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Amazon Workspaces: Virtual Windows Desktops For Tablets And PCs

Amazon Workspaces: Virtual Windows Desktops For Tablets And PCs

Amazon has decided to leverage its cloud computing end to roll out new services of a similar nature. Called ‘Amazon Workspaces’, the new service essentially brings virtual Windows desktops to Windows and Mac computers as well as a number of tablets including iPad, certain Android tablets and Kindle Fire.

By On November 14, 2013 Respond
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Apple iPad Puts A Dent In Global Windows PC Shipments

Apple iPad Puts A Dent In Global Windows PC Shipments

Apple launched the first iPad back in April, 2010. Since then, iPad has become the most popular tablet around the globe. This popularity has taken a toll on the global Windows PC shipments which have declined sharply as iPad rose to fame. A chart below illustrates this change.

By On October 10, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft May Bring More ARM Based Windows Tablets Soon

Microsoft May Bring More ARM Based Windows Tablets Soon

When Microsoft released Surface tablets powered by Windows 8, almost everyone was very much excited. These tablets have enabled Microsoft garnering a lot of people’s attraction. However, now Microsoft has hinted that it might bring a lot of Windows ARM based Windows RT tablets soon, hoping that those tablets would be able to gain same attraction of people like the predecessors.

By On September 20, 2013 1 Response
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Microsoft Reportedly Shutting Down Games For Windows Live In July 2014?

Microsoft Reportedly Shutting Down Games For Windows Live In July 2014?

Earlier this month Microsoft announced that it would shut down the Games for Windows Live marketplace on August 22. But now it seems like Microsoft has planned to shut down the entire Games for Windows Live service. Microsoft support page hints that the company will shut down Games For Windows Live on July 1, 2014.

By On August 21, 2013 Respond
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Younity: Access Windows And Mac Files On iOS Devices

Younity: Access Windows And Mac Files On iOS Devices

We have seen many cloud storage offerings in the past. But Entangled Media’s Younity takes a different and novel approach towards your content. It simply lets you access your Windows or Mac content on your iOS device, with an app, without essentially moving the data from its original place.

By On August 14, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Announces Ativ Book 9 Plus Ultrabook And Ativ Tab 3 Windows 8 Tablet

Samsung Announces Ativ Book 9 Plus Ultrabook And Ativ Tab 3 Windows 8 Tablet

We were introduced with the Samsung’s Ativ Book 9 Plus Ultrabook earlier in June. Now we have get more details about the device. Besides, we have come to know that Samsung will also release an Ativ Tab 3 Windows 8 tablet along with the Ativ Book 9 Plus Ultrabook. It is being considered that Samsung’s Ultrabook and tab are a direct competitor of MacBook Pro and the newest iPad, respectively.

By On August 12, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Makes Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview Available

Microsoft Makes Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview Available

Microsoft has finally rolled out the Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview, making it available for download at the official site. Along side the release, the company has also detailed on the new features that the update packs.

By On July 31, 2013 1 Response
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Windows Azure Gets Auto-Scaling For Web Apps

Windows Azure Gets Auto-Scaling For Web Apps

Microsoft conventionally makes a lot of significant announcements during its Build developer conferences. This year, the company has announced that it has added the option of auto-scaling to its Azure cloud-computing platform.

By On June 28, 2013 Respond
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Leaked Screenshots Of Windows 8.1 Surface Again

Leaked Screenshots Of Windows 8.1 Surface Again

We have been hearing about an update to Microsoft’s Windows 8 for quite some time. However, so far, Microsoft hasn’t dished out a significant upgrade. Alleged screenshots from Windows 8.1 have now surfaced, depicting apps redesigns for Xbox Music and Movie Moments apps.

By On June 18, 2013 1 Response
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Acer Would Love To Build Windows Phone 8 Handsets, Just Not Now

Acer Would Love To Build Windows Phone 8 Handsets, Just Not Now

Windows Phone 8 is yet to gain a sizable market penetration. Microsoft is heavily relying on Nokia to spread it out, but that’s not helping. Taiwanese brand Acer also feels the same. And, the company admitted this is the fact that is delaying its entry in the Windows Phone 8 market.

By On June 16, 2013 1 Response
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Best Buy Getting Windows Stores In 600 Locations

Best Buy Getting Windows Stores In 600 Locations

Microsoft has announced a store-within-a-store deal with Best Buy. Under this deal, Microsoft will take over the entire PC section of 600 Best Buy stores.

By On June 16, 2013 1 Response
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Mark Shuttleworth Admits Ubuntu Can’t Outdo Windows

Mark Shuttleworth Admits Ubuntu Can’t Outdo Windows

Around nine years ago, Ubuntu was launched by Canonical founder, Mark Shuttleworth. Since then, the platform has existed for nearly a decade now. When Ubuntu was first launched, Shuttleworth cited his ambition that the platform was meant to overtake Windows. On May 30, however, he admitted that Ubuntu has been unable to do so.

By On June 3, 2013 Respond
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Leaked Screenshot Shows Start Button In Windows 8.1 For The First Time

Leaked Screenshot Shows Start Button In Windows 8.1 For The First Time

The Start button is coming back in Windows 8.1! That’s old news. The new thing is a screenshot that shows a Start button on a Windows 8.1 build. However, we’ve heard that the new Start button won’t behave exactly like the old ones.

By On May 30, 2013 Respond
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