- News tagged "windows 8"
Thursday, 15 Mar 2012
Google has followed Mozilla's lead and announced plans to port Chrome over to Metro. But will both the competitors, as strange as it may sound, be able to top Internet Explorer 10?
Tuesday, 13 Mar 2012
Nokia's alleged 10-inch Windows 8 tablet is said to make its appearance in Q4, Digitimes reports.
Monday, 12 Mar 2012
A Mozilla developer has announced on his blog that they have started work on porting Firefox for the Windows 8 Metro interface.
Friday, 2 Mar 2012
In just about a day, the Windows 8 Consumer Preview has racked up one million downloads. Will this new operating system live up to the hype surrounding it?
Wednesday, 29 Feb 2012
Windows 8 moves from developer preview, to consumer preview at Mobile World Congress 2012. And if you can't wait to try it out, here's the good news: Windows 8 Consumer Preview is now available to download.
Friday, 17 Feb 2012
Google is said to launch Android 5.0 Jelly Bean in Q2 2012 with the aim of entering the notebook and netbook market segments.
Wednesday, 8 Feb 2012
One of the most commonly recognizable features of the Windows OS over more than a decade has been the Start Button and Menu. Microsoft has made the radical decision to ditch both for the upcoming Windows 8.
Monday, 6 Feb 2012
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) unveiled its tablet strategy for 2012-2013 with the announcement of two mobile processors, codenamed Hondo and Temash. Hondo will be powering Windows 8 tablets coming out this year while Temash is tipped as its successor in 2013.
Wednesday, 25 Jan 2012
One of the touted features of Windows 8 is its ability to handle connectivity seamlessly, be it at a Wi-Fi network or over a mobile broadband connection. Group program manager Billy Anders has published an official blog post that outlines steps taken to improve the wireless connectivity experience.
Tuesday, 17 Jan 2012
ARM CEO Warren East said in an interview at CES 2012 that he was not impressed with Intel's foray into the mobile smartphone market. He added that ARM took Intel as a serious competitior; however, Intel mobile smartphone CPUs would not be as power efficient as ARM's offerings.