News tagged ‘microsoft’
Thursday, 21 Aug 2014
Microsoft Devices Group announced that it will be launching the Lumia 530 in Singapore from August 23 at a retail price of S$159. It comes in a dual-SIM 3G variant and runs on Windows Phone 8.1 with Lumia Cyan.
Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014
After 34 years at Microsoft, former CEO Steve Ballmer will be leaving Microsoft to manage his basketball team and focus on teaching.
Friday, 15 Aug 2014
As September 23 approaches for the official Xbox One launch in Singapore, Microsoft is turning up the heat by offering pre-order specials such as bundling in EA Sports FIFA 15 and more at no extra cost. Find out more details of what else the Xbox One Launch Bundles consists of and other pre-order specials.
Tuesday, 12 Aug 2014
Microsoft has released a teaser poster for the unveiling of a new phone(s) on 4th September at IFA 2014 in Berlin this year. The poster includes a not-so-subtly hidden Lumia 1020-style camera module in the text, as well as a mention of 'face time'. Could this be a selfie-orientated Windows Phone?
We know the HTC One (M8) for Windows Phone looks just like its Android counterpart, but what about its specs? Well, Windows Phone Central has confirmed most of them, and let us just say, no one should be surprised.
Monday, 11 Aug 2014
Microsoft just unveiled the world's most affordable phone, the Nokia 130. Priced at just €19, the Nokia 130 has a 1.8-inch color display, a 1,020mAh battery, a microSD memory card slot and runs on Series 30+ mobile platform.
Microsoft announced that its Windows Phone Store now boasts over 300,000 apps with "hundreds more" being added every day.
Microsoft is giving free phones for employees at its Nokia unit in Beijing if they apply for the company's volunteer resignation package. Can you guess which phone model? Hit the link to find out more.
Friday, 8 Aug 2014
If you are looking for a basic and seriously affordable mini-PC, the Zotac ZBOX CI320 nano, which comes with Windows 8.1 with Bing, will be available later this August from just S$360.
According to Winbeta, the next major version of Windows, currently codenamed Windows Threshold, will receive some fairly major overhauls, including the removal of the Charms menu and added virtual desktop functionality.