Software giant, Microsoft seems to be on the verge to strike gold, yet again! Gamers get ready to have your world taken on step ahead! According to a recent statement in the blog, The Verge, a 7-inch Xbox tablet for gaming may soon be in the running. Sources also claim that the initial hardware has […]
After the release of Windows 8, a lot of complaints were registered from users, who were finding it difficult in using very basic system functions like shutting down the computer. Users claim that they are not being to figure out basic aspects of the computer, which earlier seemed like a child’s play to them. This […]
In what is going to be one of the biggest news of the year, Microsoft is planning to retire Windows Live Messenger in favor of Skype. This transition was in the minds of Microsoft since a long time, as early as when Skype first started, but it is finally going to be announced formally anytime […]
We seem to thrive in the world of tablets, as fondly referred to today. This smaller version of the computer has taken the world by storm. Everyone seems to want a bit of technology that fits in the palm of their hand.
Xbox Surface is also working on a new version, one that is to be reduced . . . → Read More: 2013 brings the Xbox Surface Tablet, 2012 already has Smartglass for iOs!
Microsoft has declared their decision of discontinuing its instant messaging tool Windows Live Messenger. Instead they are planning to introduce Skype’s messaging tool. Microsoft had recently announced that it was paying $8.5bn for the development of their new tool. The date when Windows Live Messenger would freeze was also communicated to be around March 2013 . . . → Read More: More on Windows Live Messenger abandonment by Microsoft for Skype
VirnetX Holding Corp. (VHC) is one organization reaping the benefits of Apple’s fault of infringing patents for virtual private-network technology. The federal jury passed the order that Apple should pay VHC $368.2 million against the infringement.
VirnetX had never seen the peak in three years that it could enjoy because of the order passed in . . . → Read More: VirnetX on a high after winning $368.2 Million lawsuit against Apple.
Re-elected President Barack Obama in the White House has many economic challenges ahead of him. Even though he had a good victory against the Republican Mitt Romney, he still has to act on the partisan hindrance that had been glooming over Washington in his first term as the President.
The major roadblock that Obama has . . . → Read More: Obama encouraged by his win might have to face new challenges
With the release of Windows 8, users across the globe seem to be in a somewhat fix as to how they should work on some very basic functions like shutting down the computer. People have expressed their disappointment when they had to seek help to understand the basics of a computer, after having mastered them in . . . → Read More: Getting Accustomed to Windows 8…
The replacement of Windows Live Messenger by Skype is a brand change and has been made official by the CEO of Skype, Tony Bates. He officially made the announcement in a blog post.
Microsoft purchased Skype in May 2011 for approximately $8.5 billion. The main reason of Microsoft behind switching over from Windows Live Messenger to Skype . . . → Read More: Microsoft officially announced the replacement of Windows Live Messenger with Skype
When we talk about flowcharting software, Microsoft’s Visio is the first name that comes to our mind. Alternatives to it, may accomplish the same things, if not better, but Visio has been the most popular software till date. When this software wasn’t available for Window’s 8, people were shocked. However, Grapholite Diagrams seems to be the . . . → Read More: Microsoft’s Visio – the standard flowcharting software