Posted by Matt on August 13, 2010 ·
The new Internet Explorer 9 public beta will be launched at an event held in San Francisco next month, Thursday.
Microsoft’s new browser is said to use PC hardware to accelerate HTML5. This will give the users “a more beautiful web that feels native on Windows”.
We all know that HTML5 has video mode. Well, Al Hilwa, director of applications software development at IDC, said that [...]
Posted by Matt on July 23, 2010 ·
Microsoft continues to amaze us. They have announced a new milestone in Windows 7 sales – 175 million copies. Microsoft says that this means they are selling more than 7 copies per second.
As of 22nd of July Windows 7 is running on 16% of the worlds computers. This is the fastest selling operating system in the world now.
It’s always nice to see that the tech world is making progress, like [...]
Posted by Matt on July 19, 2010 ·
The battle between Windows and Linux is infinite. The vast majority of the world still use Microsoft Windows as their operating system. This is because application developers and regular users have became familiar with the interface that MS Windows uses.
But what about Linux? Linux was never close to the popularity that Windows had. Linux was portrayed as a complex OS that regular, non-nerd, users [...]
Posted by Matt on July 5, 2010 ·
Beware, the small players may get a deathblow by the biggies!
2009 has already seen the bumpy rise in the two platforms, the Web and mobile, making them the key app dev technologies for the enterprise and 2010 is going to heat it up further as the convergence of the two will give developers more to work upon.
Who will be the winners!
In the big fight, Google is likely to pull the tug-of-war rope from [...]
Posted by Rahul on July 3, 2010 ·
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Microsoft’s brief run as a phone manufacturer was put to a shameful end as the company decided to stop selling its phone Kin One and Kin Two, which were just two months old. The phones hit the US streets a couple of months ago and got a dismal response. This prompted Microsoft, which was about to introduce them in Europe this fall to scrap its plan and end the phones’ [...]
Posted by Matt on June 22, 2010 ·
When you purchase an Xbox 360, you have sudden access to hundreds of titles with amazing graphics and audio, high-tech controllers, cables, and even free games. Many times the little extras thrown in along with console make for a happy buyer. It goes without saying that you will also need a good television set, even one with high-def, in order to improve the Xbox 360 gaming experience.
Remember, though, [...]