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  1. Surface Neo with 18" of Foldable Screen!

    From apparently out of nowhere Microsoft this week announced some really cool and unexpectedly new smartphone hardware: the Surface Neo and Surface Duo. Nobody was expecting Microsoft to drop these new phones, and they represent a big shift if smartphone tech for the company which has until now mostly played it safe. “This is industry-pushing technology, and it’s technology pushing...
  2. Microsoft and Samsung Galaxy Partner-Up

    While Mac users had iPhones that easily paired with their laptop or desktop models, Microsoft Windows users struggled to find an easy way to do things like transfer a photo from their phone to their computer. Oh, sure, it was possible, just not as easy as it is for Apple users. All that may be about to change with the...
  3. Microsoft’s plans for next generation of Surface tablets get leaked

    Microsoft has released 4 Surface tablets so far, and the best that could be said about their effect on the tablet market is that they’ve just about managed to keep Microsoft in the conversation when it came to mainstream tablets. The Surface tablets so far have been rather overpriced and underpowered in both the hardware and software aspects, explaining the relative apathy of customers towards the Surface brand. That may be about to change, however, if you were to believe serial leaker @MSFTnerd. Microsoft is planning to truly diversify its Surface brand, apparently, and is planning to use a processor for it that is the fastest ever by a few country miles, among other things. Read on to know more below the break.       Continue reading →
  4. Surprise, Surprise: Microsoft quietly releases Office for iOS; no iPad version as of now

    After months and months of rumors, Microsoft has finally released an iOS version of its industry defining Office suite of apps – just like that, with no hype or hoopla. There’s no dearth of Office alternatives available on the App Store, but absolutely none of them match up to them seamlessness and perfectly compatible formatting that is expected to be possible with an official app. Microsoft Office for iOS has been launched in the App Store as a free app, but in name only, as it needs a subscription to the rather pricey Office 365 service to work. Read on to know more about it!             Continue reading →
  5. Microsoft updates Skydrive for the iPad

    Fans of Microsoft and Apple products tend to be a mutually exclusive group more often than not. But when it comes to Microsoft's excellent SkyDrive service, even staunch supporters of Team Apple would concede that it's right up there with the best at what it does. What's makes it even better now that is that it has been updated to...
  6. Microsoft Office for the iPad to launch on November 10

    There had been plenty of speculation last month regarding Microsoft's plans to introduce Microsoft Office to iOS (and Android). Apple's bestselling iPads in particular were said to be targeted for the sheer volume of users who owned them, and the endless growth prospects. In comparison, in the already mature PC market, there was little scope for the Redmond giant to...
  7. Skype 5.8 for Windows is here!

    The latest Skype release, version 5.8 for Windows has been released today. Microsoft has released the updated version which features new video calling capabilities and social media to the VOIP-based software. The update also fixes some bugs in the previous version.Skype 5.8.0.154 now supports HD video calls, screen shares between groups of people, push to talk buttons and a beta...
  8. Asus bringing Kinect to laptops?

    Asus seems to have taken the step which Microsoft announced in its plans for the Kinect device. Recently, at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012, Microsoft announced that it's bringing Kinect technology to the PCs and laptops. Asus has brought forward two prototype laptops that seem to do just that.The Daily has reported that these two prototype laptops by Asus 'appear...
  9. Microsoft Identifies Botnet Suspect as Former Employee!

    The news has been confirmed today by Microsoft. The software giant has named an employee who previously worked at Microsoft as prime suspect behind botnet attacks.The former employee of Microsoft is of Russian origin by the name of Andrey Sabelnikov. Microsoft has accused him for 'writing and/or participating in creating' malicious software which bugged a large number of computers. The...
  10. Lumia 710 for free from Walmart!

    The first Windows Phone from Nokia - Lumia 710 - went on sale on January 11th, 2012. It was initially available (and still is) from T-Mobile USA for $49.99 with a 2-year data plan. But now, Walmart is offering the phone for free, along with a two year contract. The price cut by Walmart is a surprising move and nobody...

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