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Nokia Camera App Updated By Microsoft

06/23/2014, It seems that Microsoft has ensured that the Nokia Camera app is now up to speed with the beta, where it sees the introduction of Living Images among others. This particular Nokia Camera app will be made available for Nokia’s range of Windows...

OneDrive Offers 15GB Free For All, 1TB For Office 365 Subscribers

06/23/2014, OneDrive from Microsoft has definitely ended up as an attractive option today for those who are on the lookout for a cloud storage option, and with so much competition going around, is there a reason to jump aboard the OneDrive bandwagon? Apparently, so,...

Microsoft Rumored To Be Making Drastic Changes To Windows 9

06/23/2014, As you might have heard, China wasn’t too happy about it when Microsoft officially ended support for Windows XP. They called Microsoft irresponsible but ironically enough despite alternatives such as Windows 8 being out there, they chose not to upgrade,...

Xbox One Japan Launch Will Be Backed By 29 Titles

06/22/2014, Given all of the statistics we have seen up till now it looks like Sony is far ahead of Microsoft in the next-generation console wars. Time and time again it has been reported that the PS4 has been outselling the Xbox One. Later this year...

Microsoft’s Bing Has International Ambitions

06/22/2014, There’s no doubt in the fact that Google is truly the most popular search engine on the planet. Most people simply refer to searching for something online as “Googling it,” and it doesn’t look like the search engine is going to...

Microsoft Surface Mini Referenced

06/20/2014, Much has been said concerning the oft-rumored Microsoft Surface Mini tablet (which is in line with any modern day unreleased device, I suppose), including a possible June announcement date or later (after the rumored May date held no water), not to...

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 i7 And i3 Models To Ship Earlier

06/20/2014, For those of you who love surprises, here is a pleasant one to mull over. Microsoft’s announcement of the Surface Pro 3 did see the Core i5 version to be made available this June 20th, which is today, while the i3 and i7 variants are tipped to ship at...

Newly Announced Halo Titles Will Remain Xbox Exclusives For Now

06/20/2014, Back May, 343 Industries officially announced and confirmed that Halo 5: Guardians will be arriving in 2015. During E3, it was also revealed that Halo: The Master Chief Collection will be arriving later this year. If there’s one thing that both games...

Surface Pro 3 Now Available From Microsoft Store And Best Buy

06/20/2014, It wasn’t too long ago that Microsoft officially unveiled their Surface Pro 3 tablet. This one was particularly because unlike the previous Surface offerings, this particular model has a display that’s about 2-inch larger. It also came with some...

Activation Lock For Windows Phone Being Developed

06/19/2014, There is unprecedented demand for smartphones in the black market and to counter the growing menace of theft many companies provide software features that enable users to remotely locate or wipe their devices. With iOS 7 Apple introduced a new feature...

Microsoft’s Promotion Campaign For Internet Explorer Goes Wrong

06/18/2014, There’s a joke that often goes around on the internet, that Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is the browser most used by people to download other web browsers. The company has no doubted faced tough competition from the likes of Firefox and...

Head Of Xbox Defends Decision To Keep Making Xbox 360 Games

06/18/2014, We’re sure many gamers are wondering why are developers and publishers still supporting last-gen consoles like the Xbox 360? Shouldn’t they be focusing on churning out new games for the Xbox One? More importantly, why is Microsoft allowing this? This...