- News tagged "microsoft"
Wednesday, 11 May 2016
Microsoft is rolling out a Windows 10 update that will allow apps and games based on its Universal Windows Platform (UWP) to uncouple their framerates from the monitor's refresh rate. UWP-based games will also now support AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync for smoother gameplay.
Tuesday, 10 May 2016
Microsoft is rumored to launch the Surface Book 2 as early as next month with upgraded specs such as a 4K display and a USB Type-C port. Read on to find out more!
Saturday, 7 May 2016
If you haven't updated to Windows 10, better hurry as the free upgrade offer will end on 29th July. Once the offer ends, you'll have to purchase the full version.
Wednesday, 4 May 2016
Microsoft's newest Windows 10 smartphone, the Lumia 650, is now available in Singapore. The Lumia 650 features an anodized diamond cut aluminum frame and measures just 6.9mm, making it Microsoft's thinnest phone ever.
Monday, 2 May 2016
As far as copies go, this one is pretty brazen. The Onda oBook 11 Pro rips off just about everything about the Surface Book's distinctive appearance. The only difference is that it features weaker hardware, and its build quality is anyone's guess.
Friday, 29 Apr 2016
According to Ars Technica, Microsoft is exploring the use of synthetic DNA as a storage medium. Read on to find out why DNA is suitable for data archival storage.
Thursday, 28 Apr 2016
Sources told Windows Central that Microsoft will be releasing the Surface Phone by April 2017. The Surface Phone will be designed with two objectives in mind. What are they? Hit the link to find out!
Monday, 25 Apr 2016
If you're a Windows Insider, now's a good time to update your test build.
Thursday, 21 Apr 2016
All good things must come to an end. Microsoft is finally stopping production of the decade-old Xbox 360, although it will continue to sell its existing inventory and support players.
Friday, 15 Apr 2016
Microsoft has sued the US Justice Department over its right to inform customers when the government has accessed their data. Microsoft is sometimes bound by secrecy orders that prohibit it from telling its customers about requests of this nature.