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Desktop Could Disappear In Tiny Windows Tablets

07/01/2014, It does look as though the upcoming version of Windows could arrive with features that will cater to both desktop as well as notebook users who are not too happy about making the leap from Windows 7 all the way to Windows 8 and beyond. After all, I am...

NVIDIA Shield Tablet Spotted On Global Certification Forum Site

07/01/2014, The folks over at NVIDIA do not only come up with graphics chipsets and cards for computers and consoles, they have also ventured into the world of hardware such as the NVIDIA Shield as well. In fact, the company’s upcoming tablet has not quite yet been...

Microsoft Takes Note Of Surface Pro 3 Networking Bug

07/01/2014, While many reviews have heaped praise on Microsoft Surface Pro 3 the tablet’s launch hasn’t gone too smoothly. A software update that was released prior to the tablet being shipped seemed to have given birth to a networking bug which has been...

Apple Maps Being Updated Every Day

07/01/2014, Apple surely doesn’t need a reminder of how botched up the launch of Apple Maps was. The company decided to dump Google Maps in favor of a homegrown solution but for the first few months things were so bad that Apple CEO had to issue an apology for...

VAIO Pro & Fit Laptops Surface Minus Sony Branding

07/01/2014, Earlier this year, Sony announced that they would be selling off their VAIO PC business. It was sad to see the end of an era, although some interesting tidbits did surface, such as how the VAIO lineup almost ran Apple’s OS X platform. That being said,...

China Not Banning Microsoft Office Use In Government Departments

06/30/2014, China does not have the most cozy and closest of relationships with software giant Microsoft – after all, the government of China has banned the use of Windows 8 computers, and Microsoft is not the only company to experience a ban since Battlefield...

Samsung 850 PRO SSD Delivers New Technology

06/30/2014, The world of SSDs is not a static one, which is a good thing, since this means that consumers like you and I will be able to have a wider array of choices and options to pick from in the event that we would like to upgrade our computers to a higher level...

Windows 9 Public Preview Release Expected Later This Year

06/30/2014, In the near future Microsoft is going to release the second update for Windows 8.1. Even though it continues to work on this update the focus at Redmond seems to be at the next iteration of Windows, codenamed Threshold, and believed to be branded Windows...

iOS 7.1.2 For iPhone, iPad And iPod Touch Released

06/30/2014, Apple today released a new software update for its iOS devices. iOS 7.1.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has been released and it is now available for download. Supported devices will soon enough receive a notification about the new update, prompting...

LA School District’s $500m iPad Trial Halted

06/30/2014, The Los Angeles (LA) school district seems to have stepped on the brakes when it comes to placing an iPad in the hand of every student, and not just to expand the program to include laptops and hybrids. In fact, voters did approve of a bond sale to spend...

Bing Delivers New Textbook And Online Course Search

06/30/2014, Microsoft’s Bing is certainly not an online service that remains stagnant, as it has received improvements in the past, and this time around it seems that the Bing search page has been updated in time for summer. In fact, a couple of new features have...