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ViewSonic To Introduce Tablet That Dual Boots Windows And Android

08/23/2010, Not everybody might want to have to make the decision of whether to run Windows 7 or Google’s Android OS when purchasing a device and the upcoming ViewSonic tablet might be a device that would satisfy folks from both camps. Word is that ViewSonic is...

EnSol has tech to turn windows into solar panels

08/18/2010, It is definitely an idea worth exploring – we’re talking about using windows as solar panels, killing two birds with one stone. EnSol has the same train of thought as well, as the Norwegiam company recently patented a thin film solar cell...

Next Windows Home Server To Offer Mac Support

08/17/2010, Is Microsoft getting serious about Mac customers? After launching its own PC vs Mac comparison site, the software giant has now released an updated version of its Windows Home Server (codenamed Vail) which is used in networked storage appliances such as...

Acer Aspire One D255 Netbook Dual Boots Android And Windows XP

08/05/2010, We’ve previously checked out the Acer Aspire One D255 netbook before, but Acer currently has the device on show at the Taipei Computer Applications Show with a little twist. The netbook is configured to dual-boot Google’s Android OS and...

Windows 7 Overtakes Vista In Market Share

08/03/2010, The writing was on the wall some time back, but it’s still interesting to see it spelt out in terms of statistics. Reports are in that Microsoft’s Windows 7 has finally managed to overtake Windows Vista in terms of market share, in just 10...

HP webOS 2.0 And Windows 7 Slate Due This Year

07/22/2010, In a recent interview with Fortune, HP’s Jon Rubinstein, formerly the CEO of Palm, has mentioned that webOS 2.0 is on track to arrive later this year, which is great news for webOS fans, though considering that we’re already in July, it...

Asus Wants To Use Android On Its Eee Pad

07/20/2010, Microsoft doesn’t seem to be enjoying the tablet scene too much at the moment, as HP will probably be going with webOS for its tablet devices, and many manufacturers out there have adopted Google’s Android OS instead. To continue the bad news...

Windows Phone Live To Offer Remote Wipe And Synchronization

07/13/2010, Microsoft has confirmed that there will be a Windows Phone Live website, which will be a companion site for its upcoming Windows Phone 7 (WP7) devices. The service will offer 25GB of SkyDrive online storage space, and will also allow WP7 devices to...

Ballmer Promises Windows 7 Tablets Before The End Of The Year

07/12/2010, Despite the demise of the Windows 7-powered HP Slate, Microsoft’s CEO, Steve Ballmer, has explained the situation to his audience at the World Partner Conference. According to him, Windows 7 slate devices will be arriving before the end of the year,...

LG E900 And C900 Windows Phone 7 Devices On Their Way?

07/06/2010, Little hints that Windows Phone 7 might be arriving soon are starting to appear, and now some folks have discovered that LG’s browser XML database reveals two devices that are using Microsoft’s new IE7 browser, which obviously belongs to a...

Windows 8 roadmap leaked

06/28/2010, What you see above is a purportedly leaked slideshow that shows off Microsoft’s potential game plan for Windows 8. It was unconceivable a decade plus ago to see Microsoft and Apple being closely related in some aspects, but this leaked roadmap seems...

150m Windows 7 Licenses Sold

06/23/2010, Microsoft seems to be pretty happy about the sales figures of its latest Windows 7 operating system, as the software giant has reportedly sold 150 million licenses of Windows 7, claiming that Windows 7 is the fastest-selling OS in Microsoft’s...

HP Casts Doubt On The Future Of Windows 7 Slate

06/17/2010, The Windows 7-powered HP Slate received much fanfare when it was first unveiled, but it has unfortunately slipped off the radar recently, and with the recent acquisition of Palm by HP, its future is even bleaker. The responses from HP at the Untethered...

Adobe Flash And AIR To Eventually Hit Windows Phone 7

06/17/2010, While it was initially confirmed that Windows Phone 7 (WP7) would be released without Flash support, there is some good news for Flash supporters out there, as word is that Flash and AIR (which allows Flash to run in non-browser situations) are said...