Windows Store Trends November 2014

Lumia 520 Leads The Windows Phone Store In Downloads

The highly popular Lumia 520 is not only the champion in sales charts and market share graphs, but the budget handset also leads the Windows…


Ballmer Says Microsoft Now a “Devices and Services Company”

During Microsoft’s recent Annual Shareholders Meeting, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told shareholders that Microsoft was now a “devices and services company” and made…


Ballmer Says Microsoft Now a "Devices and Services Company"

During Microsoft’s recent Annual Shareholders Meeting, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told shareholders that Microsoft was now a “devices and services company” and made…


Are New Technologies Going To Make The Traditional PC A Niche?

There is plenty of debate and opinions surrounding the long-term viability of the tablet computer. Many argue that they are bulkier than smartphones yet have very…


Giving Feedback about Windows 8 to Microsoft

Microsoft has really changed a lot in the last few years. There was a time when Microsoft was much more protective over allowing consumers to…


Xbox 360 and Kinect had a really really good week!

Yikes, this is bananas! The Xbox 360 just closed the biggest sales week in it’s history selling more than 960,000 consoles in the U.S. during the…


Steve Jobs was right (again) – Flash is dead

Never bet against Steve Jobs. Flash is dead – Long live HTML5! In an official announcement, Adobe’s official announcement, Danny Winokur, Adobe’s VP and general manager…


Windows 8: Trends

Windows 8 has incorporated cloud computing and improved accessibility through mobile devices. Up until a few years ago, Microsoft’s efforts were solely targeted towards desktops and…


Windows 8: The conflict between UEFI and Linux

What is UEFI? Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) is a technology used in Windows 8 that requires any program to present a certified key to be…


Social Media firm MashWork measure Windows 8 fever

Obviously, the world has been abuzz about Windows 8 over the past month or so. Social media firm MashWork created an infographic based on what people…


Windows 8 in the Tablet market

It is certain that Microsoft have arrived in the tablet market following the successful footsteps of their competitors Apple. Microsoft brings their latest operating platform,…


The death of print and the rise of tablets – sad but necessary

This evening at the mall with my family, we saw that Borders (the bookstore) was going out of business. For those outside of the US, Borders…


Finally Windows XP web usage less than 50 percent

Cool – This is from Techspot At the end of July 2011, Microsoft can say that Windows XP is now used by less…


Windows 7 has sold 400 million licenses

During the Day 1 keynote of our annual Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, Steve Ballmer revealed that Windows 7 has officially sold 400 million licenses to-date. That…


Guest Post: Freeware vs paid DVD burning apps

When shopping for the very best free software for DVD burning on Windows it’s important to know what is offered inside a free version over…


Use of Windows declining in Silicon Valley?

Interesting article I came across from betanews.. Well, at nearly every tech industry event lately I’ve noticed an almost complete shift away from Windows-based computers. Here,