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Only 20% of Google employees are on Windows

05/11/2011, There have been rumors floating around about Google banning Windows in its office – and it turns out that the rumors are true – to a certain extent. Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google has been reported saying that only 20% of Google’s employees...

Microsoft Patch Tuesday is a critical one

05/05/2011, The dangers of your computer or device getting hacked is more real each and every single day, no doubt about it. Sony has had its hands full that’s for sure, and Microsoft wants to do everything within their power so that they will not suffer a...

Microsoft gives nod of approval for Windows Phone device fix

05/04/2011, Microsoft has just given its approval for a fix for its range of Windows Phone 7 devices after a handful of owners decided to run the ChervonWP7 updater by it. The ChevronWP7 updater, with Chris Walsh being the creator, enables phone owners to receive the...

MSI introduces Wind Top AE2070 all-in-one PC

04/29/2011, All-in-one computers seem to be the rage right now. Most people don’t want a huge box sitting next to their super thin LCD displays, and if possible they would like to keep it out of sight. Well manufacturers recognize this and have been creating...

KinEmote lets your Kinect recognize hand shapes in real time

04/29/2011, The people over at Lateral Flux – creators of the groundbreaking KinEmote software that allows Windows users to use the Kinect with popular Windows programs are back with an exciting update to KinEmote. They’ve now made the Kinect much more...

Windows 7 doing just great at 1.5 years of age

04/24/2011, When Microsoft launched Windows 7 a good 18 months ago, many people were skeptical and wondering whether the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system would be able to live up to expectations, considering just how problematic (relatively...

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...

Windows 8 leaked online

04/12/2011, Who needs to wait for official announcements or presentations from Microsoft to find out more about their upcoming operating system when you can just download the OS instead? Some folks have managed to get their hands on an early build of Windows 8 and...

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...