- News tagged "windows 8"
Thursday, 30 Aug 2012
Samsung today announced three devices powered by Microsoft's latest Windows 8 operating system. They are the Ativ Smart PC, Ativ Smart PC Pro, and Ativ Tab. Hit the link to find out more about their specs.
Tuesday, 28 Aug 2012
Hot on the heels of Samsung's Series 5 tablet/ultrabook tease are a handful of leaked images of Sony's upcoming Vaio Duo 11 Windows 8 hybrid device.
Monday, 27 Aug 2012
Samsung has revealed (via Facebook no less) that a stylus toting tablet device with dock will shown during IFA 2012 in Berlin. This new device, one of likely many others from the Korean company, looks very much like the Samsung Series 5 hybrid PC first seen at Computex earlier this year.
Microsoft has denied it is attempting to spy on Windows 8 users through the SmartScreen feature of its upcoming operating system. This is in response to a prominent hacker who voiced concerns about Windows 8 sending information to Redmond servers each time a user installs an application.
Friday, 24 Aug 2012
Unity Technologies CEO David Helgason has announced that the Unity 4 game engine will support Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8.
With the impending launch of Windows 8 which will be ushering in a whole new design philosophy for the tech giants, Microsoft has also unveiled a new corporate logo.
Thursday, 16 Aug 2012
If you're one of those who bemoan the audio quality on tablets, well, help is on the way. Dolby has revealed plans to bring its Digital Plus surround sound codecs to tablets and other mobile devices.
Wednesday, 15 Aug 2012
Microsoft is rumored to be working on a Windows 8 update codenamed "Blue" that may be released as early as next year. This development is in line with the Redmond software giant's alleged plans to speed up the release cycle of the Windows operating system.
A revamp for SkyDrive to bring it more in line with the new "Modern" looks of Windows 8 will be rolling out by tomorrow. Besides changing the aesthetics the cloud storage service will also be getting new features and functionality.
Monday, 13 Aug 2012
Microsoft is advising developers (and maybe even OEM partners) to not use the word 'Metro' when they're referring to the interface of Windows Phone or Windows 8. The reason? It's just a code name.