By default the Do-Not-Track setting of Internet Explorer 10 is turned on and it is ready to ship with it. Probably for the first time something is being done by Microsoft in the best interest of its users.
It might be a marketing plot. In recent years Internet Explorer hasn’t enjoyed a good reputation and this might . . . → Read More: Internet Explorer 10 & Microsoft’s ‘Do Not Track’ Headache
As of October 11th, 2012 the most recent milestone in development has been achieved by Microsoft Office. Office 2013’s Release to Manufacturing (RTM) build has been signed off by Microsoft’s Office development team. This implies completion of all coding and testing. In the first quarter of 2013 the suite will be available to the public.
The preview . . . → Read More: Microsoft Office 2013 Hits RTM Milestone
The ongoing use of the platform specific fake currency, Microsoft Points has resulted in a common complaint about the execution of digital distribution of the Xbox 360 game console by Microsoft. There is strong evidence that the system is being dissolved. Though the company has not yet confirmed the change, there have been rumours making the . . . → Read More: Microsoft Points Being Phased Out For Windows8 Launch
A yearlong investigation for Google may prove costly. The Federal Trade Commission, also known as the FTC, recommended suing Google for illegally excising its power in search at the cost of its competitors.
Ever since 1990, where the government brought down a federal case against leading giants, Microsoft, this case against Google has is considered a far-reaching . . . → Read More: Google sued for Antitrust by US regulators
Sometime ago Microsoft deliberately ignored its users by not attending to an important Flash vulnerability of Internet Explorer 10 for months . It was realized that the move was not a smart one. So it meant fixing the bug in question. Now much before the October 26th release one can get early updates of the […]
With Windows 8 announcements and updates plastered all over town, this week advertisements will also be seen to add to the clutter! But this is how they plan to make it big! Windows is rumoured to be spending a gazillion bucks on their advertising promotions. Later, sources confirmed that the actual numbers are supposedly close […]
The new version of Windows is banking on supremacy of the available hardware as opposed to the performance of the software. As Windows 8 stepping foot into the market, its success rate with depend on how well it will be adopted amongst the consumers. With Windows XP about to lose its standing, and Windows 7 meeting […]