Wednesday, 10 Apr 2013
The latest April 9 update for the Surface RT concentrates on resolving Wi-Fi-related issues, including the longstanding 'Limited' connectivity issue. As part of Patch Tuesday, the Surface Pro is also getting an update.
Tuesday, 9 Apr 2013 in Tablets
Microsoft enters the tablet fray with its Surface tablet running on Windows RT. Is there still space for the Surface with Windows RT in the already crowded tablet market? Can its focus on productivity break the 'duopoly' of Apple iPads and Android tablets? Read on to find out.
Friday, 5 Apr 2013
The pricing details of the Microsoft Surface RT tablet have been revealed, and it looks much more attractive than what we initially thought. The base 32GB model will be retailing for S$668 (without cover) and the equivalent 64GB edition will retail for S$798 at Challenger Funan on April 5, 7pm. More details inside.
Friday, 5 Apr 2013
According to Paul Thurrott of SuperSite for Windows fame, Outlook RT exists and looks to be edging closer to release. Regarding Office for iPad, he's heard that it would only arrive after Microsoft ships Outlook RT.
Thursday, 4 Apr 2013
According to ZDNet, Windows Blue will be officially named as Windows 8.1. As we have reported in August last year, the Redmond software giant has alleged plans in the pipeline to speed up the release cycle of their new Windows operating system. This development is in line with its decision.
Wednesday, 3 Apr 2013
Microsoft has started selling the Surface Pro in China yesterday. In addition to the regular edition that runs Windows 8 Pro, there's a new ‘Surface Chinese’ that only supports the Chinese language, runs Windows 8 (the core version), and comes pre-installed with Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013.
Tuesday, 2 Apr 2013
According to data from Net Applications, market share of Windows 8, though increasingly steadily, is only at 3.31%. More than 80% of Windows users are still using Windows 7 and XP.
Tuesday, 2 Apr 2013 in Desktop Systems
The ASUS Transformer AIO transforms from a regular AIO desktop into an Android tablet simply by detaching its display. We check it out to see how it performs as an AIO and if there's any sense in having an 18.4-inch tablet. Read on!