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Windows Mobile Keyboard Update Soon?

11/27/2009, A recent posting at XDA-developers shows a completely revamped keyboard from a test build of Windows Mobile. The existing Windows Mobile keyboard still seems that it was designed more for stylus input, but the revamped version has much larger keys, which...

Modified Vaio UX Is Awesome

11/22/2009, Do you think that the VAIO UX series UMPC is old fashioned and boring? Well, check out what some folks over at MicroPCTalk did to the UX490 (the latest UX model from Sony, which was released back in November 2007). Modifications include: The original 48GB...

Windows 7 Product Activation Bypassed

11/14/2009, We all know that it was only a matter of time before the antipiracy protection in Windows 7 would be bypassed, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone to hear the news that some savvy folks how managed to find a way around the activation...

Windows 7 Took Some Hints From MacOS?

11/12/2009, Word is going around the Internet that Microsoft’s partner group manager, Simon Aldous, stated that try tried to imitate the Mac look and feel with Windows 7. Specifically, sources online quote him saying “What we’ve tried to do with...

Windows 7 Upgrade Kit Delays

11/10/2009, A few months back, with the imminent release of Windows 7, HP, Dell and other manufacturers were busy telling customers that they would be eligible for a Windows 7 upgrade when it is released, obviously because they wanted to clear off the existing stock....

CA eTrust update 33.3.7051 can disable Windows systems

08/12/2009, CA has had some issues with the 33.3.7051 update of its eTrust anti-virus software: the updated started to flag critical system files and some of its own files as being infected (they were not) and sending them to quarantine. That was enough to disable...

Windows 7 RTM Date Official

07/22/2009, Looks like Windows 7 RTM is finally official for end users, although this piece of news won’t be groundbreaking to most. Basically, it is a relevant step in the process of making Windows 7 will be available to the masses when October 22 rolls...

OneApp to rule them all?

07/16/2009, Last week, Microsoft has filed the OneApp trademark, and while there’s nothing official, it got people thinking that this would be an application store for handheld devices like Windows Mobile phones and the Zune or Zune HD. It could as well be a...

TmaxSoft Goes Up Against Microsoft

07/08/2009, While Microsoft is losing market share when it comes to operating systems, that doesn’t mean we can discount the software giant’s role in this sphere for quite some time to come. TmaxSoft, however, will be challenging the traditional Windows...

Google Chrome OS, Beyond The Hype

07/08/2009, By Hubert Nguyen and Eliane Fiolet You’re probably blind if you have not seen the news that Google is launching Google Chrome OS next year. The product will be based on Linux (what else?) and will focus on speed, simplicity and security. Basically,...

Windows 7 Maximum Specs For Netbooks

05/22/2009, Windows 7 Starter/Home Basic Edition for netbooks will have a lower price tag, but will come with serious limitations for PC makers. Basically, the lower price would apply only to netbooks with displays 10.2″ (and smaller), 250GB mechanical drives...

Borg Unveils Protege Displays

05/13/2009, Borg Displays is back with a couple of touchscreen panel PCs that were specially developed for home control, energy management, kiosks and digital signage purposes. They will come in 15″ and 8″ models, known as the Protege 15 and Protege 8,...