News tagged ‘microsoft’
Tuesday, 26 Jun 2012
Hot on the heels of Microsoft's surprise announcement of the Windows RT and Windows 8 tablets, comes the rumors of a Microsoft branded Windows Phone 8 -- whose sole purpose might be to lead manufacturers in the right direction.
Thursday, 21 Jun 2012
According to an Engadget report, new Windows Phone 8 devices will use the dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus processor.
Tuesday, 19 Jun 2012
A spec sheet posted online by Microsoft seems to suggest that the Surface tablet for Windows 8 Pro will use a Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 display. What about the Windows RT version?
Microsoft showcased two Windows 8 tablets at a recent press event in Los Angeles - the Surface for Windows 8 Pro, and Surface for Windows RT. Read on to find out how they're not quite alike despite their similar looks.
Monday, 18 Jun 2012
With a new Microsoft announcement imminent, rumors are abound concerning the subject matter. A new tablet is most likely going to be revealed and people are speculating about the features that it will boast.
Wednesday, 13 Jun 2012
Microsoft has detailed the value Windows 8 brings to businesses as well as announced updates to several Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) products to help organizations manage, secure, and enhance the Windows experience.
Saturday, 9 Jun 2012
Kinect has evolved to much more than just a tool for gaming and is used for a variety of commercial, industria and research purposes. This time, Microsoft was demoing how Kinect can improve shopping experience virtually to even rival in-store shopping experience.
Friday, 1 Jun 2012
Microsoft Releases Windows 8 Release Preview; Eligible Windows 7 to Windows 8 Pro Upgrade to Cost S$17.99
Microsoft has released Windows 8 Release Preview today in 14 languages. This will be the last public pre-release, as the company moves towards the RTM stage. If you've an eligible Windows 7 PC, upgrading to Windows 8 Pro will cost S$17.99.
Wednesday, 30 May 2012
An unpatched exploit that affects Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 8 Consumer Preview allows a user to launch a system shell by manipulating the sticky keys function. This hack is straightforward to implement as it can be executed in a matter of minutes.
Thursday, 24 May 2012
Hardware and software improvements in Windows 8 have drastically reduced the time for Windows 8 to respond to the 'F8' keystroke; hence, its removal from Windows 8 is simply natural progression to make user experience better in this new iteration of the operating system.