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Touch Version Of Office Coming To Android Before Windows [Report]

06/03/2014, A few months back when it was rumored that the Office for iPad release had been delayed it was believed that Microsoft made this decision because it didn’t want the touch version of Office coming to a rival platform first. When CEO Satya Nadella...

Start Menu Back In Windows 9

06/02/2014, For those of you out there who absolutely love the Start menu in Windows, here is some bit of news that might be worth your time – apparently, it is not going to come back anytime soon, not at least until Windows 9 rolls out of the door, that is....

Microsoft To Unveil New Windows Devices At Computex 2014

05/30/2014, Computex 2014 is taking place next week and if you were looking forward to new products to be announced at the event, well we’re pretty sure that will be happening. While there will be plenty of products to look forward to, Microsoft’s OEM Twitter...

Cloud Based Windows 365 Might Never Materialize

05/28/2014, There have been a lot of rumors recently about Microsoft launching a cloud based Windows iteration. As the company pivots Office from product to service it doesn’t seem entirely impossible that the company might attempt something similar with...

Dell XPS 11 Review

05/28/2014, Dell’s sleek, carbon fiber-clad XPS 11 is a hybrid convertible laptop that attempts to marry the best of a powerful Ultrabook and a performance tablet in a slim package. Rather than start with a tablet and then add a keyboard dock like in...

Microsoft Surface Tablets Lead Windows Tablet Marketshare

05/19/2014, There are plenty of Windows-based tablets in the market at the moment, which is unsurprising given that we’ve come across our fair share of product launches and announcements, but interestingly enough it seems that despite the variety of devices...

Job Listing Hints At Cortana For Windows

05/16/2014, For those unfamiliar, Cortana is a voice assistant feature that Microsoft debuted with Windows Phone 8.1. However according to a recent job listing, it seems that Cortana could eventually find its way onto the Windows platform as well. In a way this...

Microsoft Reminds World Of Non-Existent Support For Windows XP

05/13/2014, Windows XP has been a good and faithful servant, but like all other good things that are out there, they must come to an end, one day or another. On the 1st of May, Microsoft rolled out patches for all versions of Internet Explorer in order to fix a...

Windows 365 Could Be Cloud-Based Windows OS [Rumor]

05/12/2014, Based on Microsoft’s Scroogled campaign from last year, we have to say that based on our observations, Microsoft isn’t a fan of Google or its Chromebooks. However that being said, it’s interesting that despite Microsoft not liking Chromebooks, that...

Skype For Windows 8.1 Updated Again

05/06/2014, While Microsoft did release an update to the Skype app for Windows 8.1 slightly more than a month back, this does not mean that the software giant is going to rest on its laurels. No sir, they do seem to be committed to rolling out newer versions and...

Chrome High DPI: How To Enable It In Windows 8, 8.1 (v34+)

04/18/2014, It’s not news that the Chrome support for high DPI (hiDPI) has been a work in progress for some time, and within the past year or so, the proliferation of high DPI displays on laptops has made the need for good high dpi support even more important. I...

Maxpad Windows 8.1 PC-TV Launched

04/17/2014, Apek of Brazil (coincidentally, the word “Apek” also means “uncle” in the Malay archipelago) has just launched a large screen Windows 8.1-powered PC-TV that is called Maxpad. Not the most exciting of names, this I know, but if it works, then why...

Halo: Spartan Assault Kicks Off Universal Windows Games

04/15/2014, Microsoft has just started to accept universal applications for its combined Windows and Windows Phone Store, and what better way to introduce universal apps than in the form of a game – Halo: Spartan Assault? The one time purchase of this game will...