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Microsoft counting down the days until Windows XP dies

04/22/2011, Microsoft seems to be in the habit of wanting to kill off their old products these days. Last month the Redmond giants started a countdown page for Internet Explorer 6 – showing the percentage of IE6 usage all around the world and letting the world know...

Stealth Little PCs pack a punch

04/15/2011, Stealth Company, a computer systems manufacturer known for their rugged hardware have announced a new series of powerful, small form factor PCs. Called the Little PC 670, these tiny computers are amazing space savers. If you’re constantly on the...

Internet Explorer 10 won’t work on Vista

04/14/2011, We recently reported that Microsoft made the preview version of Internet Explorer 10 available for download for folks everywhere, and many people were keen on trying it out. However, one thing Microsoft failed to mention then was that IE10 isn’t...

Microsoft Windows 7 patch confirmed to arrive today

04/12/2011, Last week we reported that there will be a massive Windows 7 patch arriving today, and according to reports online, it will be arriving on time. Starting 1pm ET today, Microsoft will be releasing 17 security bulletins that will fix 64 different...

Alienware M18x up on Canadian Dell website

04/12/2011, After being hinted about on Dell’s support page – it looks like the M18X is the real deal after all. The behemoth of a laptop has been reported to be up on Dell’s Canadian site. With prices starting at $2,088 ($2,000CAD), the minimum specs...

Windows 7 finally overtakes Windows XP’s desktop OS market share

04/08/2011, According to the latest results of the desktop OS market share in the US for April 2011 collected by StatCounter, it looks like people are finally leaving Windows XP behind and getting an upgrade to Windows 7. For the first time since it became the most...

Microsoft to fix 64 flaws on Patch Tuesday

04/07/2011, Records are there and they are meant to be broken, right? That seems to be the case, whether good or bad, and Microsoft has mentioned that they will patch a whopping 64 vulnerabilities in Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, Windows graphics framework...

Modern Reader: first Windows 8 app revealed?

04/05/2011, Some screenshots of Modern Reader, a program supposedly designed for Windows 8 has surfaced on the internet, and shows off how it will look like on the operating system. The app that is said to be the default PDF reader on Windows 8 gives off a Metro-UI...

BlueStacks allows Android to run on Windows PCs

04/05/2011, BlueStacks is an app that lets one run Android applications on just about any x86-based Windows-powered machine, which is also one of the more recent attempts to bring the benefits of a mobile operating system over to a traditional computing platform. For...

WIN&I replaces your mouse with the Kinect sensor

03/31/2011, In one of more useful ways to utilize the Microsoft Kinect gaming sensor, Evoluce, creators of the I-voluce (a motion controlled HD LCD TV) has released the some new software that will allow you to control your Windows 7 computer with hand gestures. All...

Microsoft thinks tablets will die out

03/30/2011, Redmond giant, Microsoft, has been reported as saying that tablets won’t be around for long. Apparently the closing gap between smartphones and laptops will be the death of tablets that are apparently only around to fill that gap for now. Funny...