Tag: Windows
Super Cheap Android Phones Arrive, Microsoft Assures Reply

Super Cheap Android Phones Arrive, Microsoft Assures Reply

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More from the affordable front. As per expectations, Google has announced the advent of cheap Android phones, thanks to the Android One program. And rightly so, Microsoft have ...

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Russia Purchased Just 7 Windows Licenses Between July And August

Russia Purchased Just 7 Windows Licenses Between July And August

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Talk about unyielding intentions! Russia, along with China, is one of the few countries that is slowly shifting away from Microsoft software, at least on government PCs. As a ...

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First Windows Phone With “Windows” Branding Spotted

First Windows Phone With “Windows” Branding Spotted

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The reports of Microsoft officially dropping the Windows Phone and Nokia branding on mobile devices is not all that old, but the first Windows phone has already been sighted in ...

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Patents Reveal New Fitness Features For Microsoft Smartwatch

Patents Reveal New Fitness Features For Microsoft Smartwatch

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Underwhelmed with what the Apple Watch offers? Then maybe you’ll be interested in what Redmond is planning. A Microsoft smartwatch has been in the news for years now. All ...

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Microsoft To Drop The Nokia And Windows Phone Brands

Microsoft To Drop The Nokia And Windows Phone Brands

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This is a big one! The winds were blowing this way, and now we have evidence that Microsoft is ready to drop the Nokia and Windows Phone brands on mobile devices. Lumia, ...

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Intel Skylake Processors Confirmed For Launch In 2015

Intel Skylake Processors Confirmed For Launch In 2015

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Intel was one of the few companies that stole the show at the IFA 2014 in Berlin, and now it has confirmed that Intel Skylake processors will indeed launch next year. Which is ...

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Four Bulletins This Time For Update Tuesday September 2014

Four Bulletins This Time For Update Tuesday September 2014

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We have the preliminary details of Update Tuesday September 2014, and this time around Microsoft aims to keep things nice and simple. Only one Critical bulletin, and three ...

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China Said To Be Forcing Microsoft To Plead Guilty

China Said To Be Forcing Microsoft To Plead Guilty

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China is a very protocol driven country, putting it mildly. They have their set rules, and they expect these rules to be followed. Microsoft and other companies are getting an ...

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Steve Ballmer Wrote The First Blue Screen Of Death Text

Steve Ballmer Wrote The First Blue Screen Of Death Text

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Yes, the one and only. The Blue Screen of Death, also known as BSOD, is as much a Windows trademark, as the Start Button, Start Menu, and more recently, the Start Screen. ...

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China Believes Microsoft Hid Windows, Office Compatibility Issues

China Believes Microsoft Hid Windows, Office Compatibility Issues

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The crisis in China has taken another turn! Microsoft is currently being investigated by government officials in the country for antitrust, and we have some fresh information on ...

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Surface Pro 3, Day 2: Look and feel

Surface Pro 3, Day 2: Look and feel

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For Day 2 of the 30 Days with Surface Pro 3 series, I took the tablet out of the box and examined its physical look and feel. The Surface Pro 3 is very different from its ...

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Microsoft Hides Software Sales Data, Claims China

Microsoft Hides Software Sales Data, Claims China

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Chinese antitrust authorities are currently investigating several companies for violations, with Microsoft being one of them. And now some new details have emerged. It is being ...

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30 Days with Surface Pro 3: Day 1

30 Days with Surface Pro 3: Day 1

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It's time to officially kick off the 30 Days with Surface Pro 3 series. I conducted a similar series of posts--immersing myself in the experience for 30 days--with the original ...

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Windows For Internet Of Things Now In Preview Form

Windows For Internet Of Things Now In Preview Form

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The Internet of Things (IoT) concept only deals in trillions. When it comes to objects, it is estimated to be able to encode anywhere from 50 to a 100 trillion individual objects. ...

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It Seems Munich Is Not Giving Up On Linux, After All

It Seems Munich Is Not Giving Up On Linux, After All

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False alarm, people. It appears that the city of Munich, the pioneer of the transition from Windows to open source, is not actually giving up on Linux. At least not yet. News ...

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