Posted by Chirag Swadia on March 16, 2012 ·
Windows 8 has a lot of new features as compared to windows 7 or windows XP or any previous version of Windows.
Before it’s release it already contains nearly 300 new features. Some of the new features include metro UI-based elements, Metro full screen apps, and support for ARM Tablets and x86 pc’s etc. For mobile devices also it has ton’s of new features that makes it a prime choice for [...]
Posted by Shweta Kohli on January 23, 2012 ·
We all know that search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo etc work on the principle of indexing by crawlers/spiders, backlinks & pagerank. But the time has changed today after the evolution of social networking websites like Facebook & Twitter.
The basic concept followed by search engines is still the same but they have evolved with time & nowadays search results are also affected by social [...]
Posted by Admin on October 5, 2011 ·
Since now Apple has unveiled it’s much awaited iPhone 4S, some are disappointed with no change in the look and feel of the phone whereas others are excited about the faster processor, new 8mp camera and voice commands feature on the new version of iPhone.
As the new iPhone is definitely not a big upgrade but it may be at par with some of the top Android phones available in the market. Now when [...]
Posted by Admin on August 2, 2011 ·
Since the announcement of Windows 8 and it’s demo video released at D9 conference, lot of windows users are eagerly waiting for the release. Though the release date is not officially announced but one thing we surely know is we will not need to update our hardware for the next Windows release your present hardware which runs Windows 7 will just do fine.
If you can’t wait anymore and want [...]
Posted by Admin on July 30, 2011 ·
Mary Jo Foley of Zdnet managed to get her hands on a Microsoft ad that tries to promote businesses to choose Office 365 over Google Apps. The video shows a Gmail Man dressed as a postman with a habit of scanning through all your mails for keywords and then showing you ads related to them.
Mary also reported about confirming this with Microsoft and received an official no comment. Although according [...]
Posted by Irina J on July 17, 2011 ·
For all gadget suckers, this fall will come up with a huge event in the phone domain: the releasing of the latest Windows Phone, the Windows Phone 7.5, also known as “Mango”.
Like any other latest technology device, the Mango phone is equipped with some mouth-watering features that are certain to blow off the mind of its future buyers. Among hundreds of utilities, the Mango phone will bring multitasking, [...]
Posted by Admin on July 15, 2011 ·
Microsoft doesn’t wants to be left behind in the game of Social networking. Although Microsoft owns some share in Facebook but still wants to build something of its own and get a pie of the growing phenomenon.
Yesterday, the company accidentally revealed the plans to launch a social/design project called Tulalip. There were no further details on the project other then the splash page which says [...]
Posted by Admin on June 13, 2011 ·
Last Week Apple unveiled iOS 5, it’s next version of Operating system for mobile devices including iPad, iPhone and IPod Touch. The new OS is surely the next step towards bringing better user experience. Some of the common features included in the new version is iMessages (which Google is hard at releasing for Android), newstand, twitter integration etc.
Similarly Microsoft unveiled its next [...]
Posted by Admin on June 1, 2011 ·
Microsoft has struck a deal to buy Nokia’s phone unit for $19 billion. Eldar Murtazin from mobile-review.com has just tweeted “One small software company decided last week that they could spent 19 bln USD to buy a part of small phone vendor. Thats it.” Analysts are guessing the tweet refers to Microsoft and Nokia as Murtazin is pretty plugged in to Nokia and He is the same guy who [...]
Posted by Admin on May 10, 2011 ·
After negotiating with Google, Facebook Skype has finally decided to sell itself to Microsoft for a whooping $8.5 billion in cash.
The deal was announced by the companies today morning and after the acquisition Skype will be executed as a a separate business unit under Microsoft, and the the new unit will be run by current Skype CEO Tony Bates. Tony will be reporting directly to Steve Ballmer, CEO [...]