News tagged ‘windows’
Tuesday, 8 Jul 2014
GrabTaxi just launched GrabCar in Singapore, one that differentiates itself with fixed rates even if you are stuck in a traffic jam during peak hours, or had to pass through multiple ERP gantries.
Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014
Acronis announces True Image for Mac, offering dual protection of full system images both locally and to the Acronis Cloud. There is also Parallels Desktop support for backup and recovery of Parallels virtual machines even in their active state.
Tuesday, 17 Jun 2014
Parallels Access 2.0 has arrived on the Google Play Store and allows remote PC/Mac access on Android smartphones and tablets. The iOS app is now universal, extending support for iPhone 4 or later running iOS 7, bringing the "applified" desktop experience to many more touch screens.
Wednesday, 21 May 2014
Following Microsoft's decision to officially end support for Windows XP, China has decided to ban the use of Windows 8 on its government computers, citing that it was to ensure "computer security".
Thursday, 3 Apr 2014
Microsoft has announced at Build that Windows will now be free for OEMs building devices smaller than 9 inches.
Tuesday, 4 Feb 2014
Microsoft has just announced that Satya Nadella is its new CEO. Bill Gates will also step down as Chairman of Board of Directors and assume the role of Technology Advisor.
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Sure, we've seen dual-booting Windows/Android hybrids before. But convergence just got real at CES, as both Intel and AMD confirmed plans to help PC makers shoehorn Android onto Windows devices.
Monday, 9 Dec 2013
Soft Gear has updated its Graphyte 2.2 3D game engine to support Android OS. Before this, the development platform was supported on Apple iOS and Windows only. This move will provide game developers an avenue to expand their titles to include gamers who are exclusively on the Android OS.
Monday, 2 Dec 2013
Julie Larson-Green, executive VP of Devices and Studios at Microsoft, has said that Microsoft now has three mobile operating systems and "we're not going to have three." Somehow we don't think they're going to kill Windows Phone and Windows, so it's going to be you, RT.
Friday, 8 Nov 2013
Microsoft says it's aware of targeted attacks mainly in the Middle East and South Asia, which affect customers using Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Office 2003-2010, and all supported versions of Microsoft Lync. While a security update is in the works, concerned users can apply a Microsoft Fix it solution now.