- News tagged "microsoft"
Wednesday, 8 Jan 2014
@evleaks posted an image of a Nokia handset running on a modified version of Google Android. Hit the link to find out if the new flavor of Android is better.
Tuesday, 24 Dec 2013
Project Siena is a beta Windows 8 app that lets anyone (particularly business experts, business analysts, consultants, and other business users) create powerful business apps in just minutes, via a Windows 8-style interface, for today's mobile devices.
Tuesday, 17 Dec 2013
Here's a couple of good news for Windows Phone 8 users: the Windows Phone Store now has over 200,000 apps, and the Windows Phone 8.1 update that's due next year is likely to come with a notification center.
Monday, 16 Dec 2013
One of Microsoft's star engineers -- Blaise Aguera y Arcas -- has recently left the company, to join Google. Aguera u Arcas was in charge of Microsoft's Bing Maps services, and oversaw developments to Microsoft's 3D panorama service, Photosynth
Thursday, 12 Dec 2013
In a bid to make their mobile platform competitive with Google's Android operating system, Microsoft is considering making Windows Phone and Windows RT available free of charge to device makers.
Wednesday, 11 Dec 2013
According to The Verge, Nokia has been building a low-end Android phone code-named 'Normandy', and this is what it could look like.
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.
Thursday, 28 Nov 2013
Microsoft is touting the benefits of having a USB and HDMI port on its Surface 2 tablet and compares it with the Apple iPad Air and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 (10.1).
Wednesday, 27 Nov 2013
A Xbox One was stripped down to its bare components and analyzed. And according to the analysis, each console, along with the Kinect sensor and controller costs around US$481 to build.
Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013
Speaking at last week's UBS Global Technology Conference, Microsoft executive vice president, Devices and Studios, Julie Larson-Green said it is not possible for the company to continue offering three disparate versions of Windows operating system.