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Nokia Smartphones Might Arrive By Q4 2016

07/14/2015, There have been a lot of reports in the media lately that perhaps Nokia is considering a move back into the smartphone market. Initially the company declined that it had any such ambitions but recently it has been more open about this topic and...

Microsoft Suspends Windows 10 Build Availability

07/13/2015, There is this particular saying that goes something like this, “opportunity knocks but once”. If you have missed the boat when it comes to downloading Windows 10 build 10162 or 10166, then we are sorry to say that there will not be another ride coming...

Microsoft Brings Analytics Under Cortana

07/13/2015, Microsoft has just revealed that they will be having an entirely new suite of hosted analytic services that will be named after Cortana. For those who have just crawled out from a hole somewhere, Cortana happens to be the software giant’s personal...

Microsoft: Surface Hub Will Be Delayed Indefinitely

07/13/2015, This is a shame – just one month after the launch date for the Microsoft Surface Hub was set, it looks like those who have been looking forward to this particular giant touchscreen tablet will have the rug pulled from under them – the upcoming...

Microsoft To Unveil ‘New Windows 10 Devices’ On September 4

07/13/2015, It has been a while since Microsoft has launched some new devices, particularly smartphones, and now that the company is almost done with the public launch of Windows 10 it’s time now that it shifted its attention to hardware. That’s precisely...

Microsoft Skipping Tokyo Game Show 2015

07/12/2015, The Tokyo Game Show will kick off on September 17th this year and will run through September 20th at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, lots of companies will be present there to make announcements and what not but Microsoft won’t be one of them....

Six New Lumia Handsets Reportedly In The Pipeline

07/12/2015, Microsoft hasn’t said much about its upcoming Lumia handsets but we already do know that it’s going to release two high-end Lumia smartphones this year. They might not be the only handsets that Microsoft is working on, apparently the company...

Microsoft To Kill Off Some MSN-Branded Apps

07/10/2015, It looks like Microsoft continues to march forward with their streamlining process – which included shedding 7,800 jobs from their payroll, and this time around, the cull will involve a number of Microsoft-branded apps (formerly known as Bing apps)...

Microsoft Lumia 735 Now Available In Verizon’s Retail Stores

07/10/2015, Back in June, Microsoft announced the Lumia 735 and that the phone would be available for purchase via Verizon’s online store. However if you’re not a fan of purchasing products online until you’ve gotten a chance to take it for a spin, you might be...

Lumia Smartphone With Front-Facing Flash In The Works [Rumor]

07/09/2015, Given the great design Microsoft has put out there with devices like the Surface tablets, many are anticipating what Microsoft could be bringing to the table with their own Lumia handsets. Now thanks to a tweet by @evleaks, we might have an idea of what...

Office 2016 For Mac Has Been Released…With A Catch

07/09/2015, We suppose it isn’t a secret that Microsoft is working on Office 2016 for Mac computers, but the good news is that if you were looking forward to using Microsoft’s productivity suite of apps, you’re in luck as the Redmond company has recently...

Microsoft Wi-Fi Now Live For Windows 10 Insiders

07/09/2015, We reported last month that Microsoft would soon be launching a service called Microsoft Wi-Fi, it’s basically a revamped version of the Skype Wi-Fi service that’s already available in many markets. The service will provide users with...