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Microsoft Seeks To Flood China With Cheap Windows Tablets [Rumor]

04/08/2014, Its no secret that Microsoft considers mobile critical to its long term strategy. The company has taken a number of steps recently to ensure continuing growth in the mobile market, but it would have to do a lot more to gain some semblance of dominance....

Google Leverages Windows XP Death To Sell More Chromebooks

04/08/2014, The day many people might have been dreading is finally here. Its the end of an era as Windows XP meets its maker after 13 years. Windows XP happens to be one of the most popular OS iterations from Microsoft, so much so that even now nearly 30 percent of...

HIO Wallpad Kickstarter Campaign Launched

04/08/2014, Habey USA has just launched a Kickstarter campaign in order to raise funds for the HIO Wallpad. Just what is the HIO Wallpad all about? It happens to be a way where one is able to completely connect and control your whole home or office via a solitary...

Raspberry Pi Compute Module Introduced

04/08/2014, Much has been talked about concerning the highly affordable Raspberry Pi, and here we are with the Raspberry Pi Compute Module being introduced to the masses. The main role of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module is to target hobbyists who want to incorporate...

Windows 8.1 Update 1 Available For Download

04/08/2014, Today marks the day we bid farewell to the 12 and a half year old Windows XP, and other than such a milestone in Microsoft’s stable of operating systems, we are also treated to the Windows 8.1 Update 1 that has been made available to the masses. Do bear...

Adobe Lightroom Mobile For iPad

04/08/2014, Lightroom is making its way to mobile, and it will arrive first on iPad. Adobe has just announced that this app would be available to subscribers to the Creative Cloud program and the Photoshop photography program. The mobile version of the app does not...

Windows 8.1 Update Compulsory For Windows 8.1 Users

04/07/2014, At the beginning of this month, we did bring you word that the Windows 8.1 Update 1 would arrive for free for Windows 8.1 users this coming April 8th, and since we are already into April 8th (at least for certain parts of the world), one ought to take...

HP Slate 8 Pro Business Tablet Arrives Silently

04/07/2014, HP is still in the tablet business just in case you were wondering, but their offerings are far from being as numerous as the ones Samsung and Apple have made available. I guess they target a very niche market, and here we are with word that the HP Slate...

PocketBook Ultra Sports Built-In Camera And OCR Software

04/07/2014, One of the most recent releases from the folks over at PocketBook happen to be the PocketBook 640, where it happens to be a water-resistant device that could come in handy during those rough and tumble moments in life. Well, PocketBook is back at it...

HP Slate 7 Beats Special Edition Spotted On WiFi Alliance Website

04/07/2014, Back in 2013, HP announced a series of tablet models that are part of its HP Slate 7 series of Android tablets. Now it seems that HP could be getting ready to launch a new version of the Slate 7 tablet, thanks to a recent sighting on the WiFi Alliance...

Microsoft Adjusting To New Reality: Free Windows And More

04/07/2014, During its Build 2014 conference, Microsoft has laid out a number of moves that will position it to better compete with Google and Apple, but also setup the company for a different computing future. Although desktops and laptops are here to stay,...

10.5-Inch Samsung AMOLED Tablet Specs Leaked

04/07/2014, For the past few months we have been consistently hearing about Samsung’s plans of launching a new series of AMOLED tablets. Recently a tablet carrying model number SM-T800 stopped by the FCC, this is believed to be the 10.5-inch AMOLED tablet....

Dutch Government Also Pays Millions To Receive Windows XP Support

04/07/2014, Its the end of an era. Microsoft kills Windows XP support this week, even though over 25 percent of all PCs in the world are powered by the outdated OS. The company has been trying very hard to get holdouts to upgrade. It has even offered $100 in...