Since the launch of the Xbox One, Microsoft has released two major updates for the Xbox One, one was earlier this month while the other one was released back in February. Now, it has been revealed that the company is already working on ye... keep reading
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Fujitsu is largely considered a high-end hardware maker, but that does make it somewhat popular with businesses. Now the company is unveiling its latest line of Lifebook notebooks, which are geared towards that particular market.
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Xbox fans over in India have a reason to rejoice. The Xbox One has finally got an Indian launch date. Originally launched in November last year, it took quite a while, but come this September, the device will start shipping. Anshu Mor, Xb... keep reading
The majority of Lumia devices in the US have got a taste of the latest Nokia Lumia Black update, but if you're still rocking a T-Mobile Lumia 521, there's a piece of good news for you. The carrier has started the Lumia Black update roll o... keep reading
Apparently, Nokia is already working on the successor of the Lumia 525. According to the prolific Twitter leaker, Evleaks, the Lumia 530, which has been apparently code-named as the "Nokia Rock", is already in the works.
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The popularity of Instagram shows no signs of declining, and the Windows Phone apps continues to prove very popular. Today an updated version of the beta app hit the Windows Phone Store and there's a new feature that users have been askin... keep reading
Gameloft, a popular French mobile video game developer and publisher, has revealed that three new games are set to be released in the near future. Based on an official Gameloft video (embedded below and in French), the company is working on Modern... keep reading
The Chief Product Officer of Xbox, Marc Whitten, is set to leave the Xbox team to become the Chief Product Officer of Sonos, Microsoft revealed today in an official Xbox Wire blog post. Whitten spent 14 years at the devices and services g... keep reading
Satya Nadella is expected to make an appearance at a press briefing by Microsoft in San Francisco on 27 March -- and it's looking like the new Microsoft CEO could be unveiling the iPad version of Office. If this turns out to be true -- an... keep reading
You certainly know by now that Windows XP will soon exit support. Microsoft has given ample notice, and the OS is long-past its prime. However, many individuals and businesses continue to utilize the platform. To that end, there is a bit... keep reading
Earlier in the month Microsoft filed a trademark application for the name LXP, although the listing revealed very little: "The mark consists of the letters "LXP" superimposed over an image of an astronaut." It seem as though the trademark... keep reading
Microsoft has appointed a new country manager in Nigeria, a federal republic comprising of over 168.8 million in population. Kabelo Makwane, a South African tech expert and long time Microsoft employee, will now be the country manager and... keep reading
Earlier today, Microsoft revealed that OneNote is now available for Windows desktop and Mac completely free of charge. On top of that, Microsoft has added a new feature that allows you to share any document to your OneNote account, simply... keep reading
Hot on the heels of today's OneNote news, Microsoft releases Office Lens for Windows Phone. This free app essentially transforms your handset into a scanner complete with OCR (optical character recognition) so text and handwriting can be... keep reading
VLC for Windows 8 was finally made available to the Windows Store, albeit in Beta, last week. Now, the app has received its very first update, addressing the pesky startup crash as well as other stability issues. This update is great news... keep reading
Windows Phone is slowly gaining popularity in Europe, according to Kantar Worldpanel's report from January of this year, suggesting that the market share of Microsoft's operating system rose to over 10 percent in Europe, including Great B... keep reading
Starting tomorrow, March 18th, Microsoft will start selling LTE capable Surface 2 tablets. Yes, until now, Microsoft’s iconic Windows-powered tablets didn’t sport 3G or 4G support. The 64GB variant has been priced at $679.
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I've been a mobile phone owner for almost 20 years. I was far from being one of the first people in the world to get a mobile in the mid-90s, but they were still far from common then. Of course, nearly two decades ago we are talking about... keep reading
It was only last week that we were talking about the upcoming Mac version of OneNote along with a free version of the app for Windows. Just a few days later, it has become a reality. As of today, OneNote is available for Mac completely fr... keep reading
Windows XP, an operating system we've probably all used at least once in our lives, is old. It was released over 10 years ago now, and Microsoft is finally about to kill support for the OS in favor for its more recent and up to date opera... keep reading
It's mid-March 2014 and its time to take a look at the top (or best) Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 apps available right now in the respective app stores. Let's see which of your favorite apps are at the top of the lists!
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In today's Windows Phone app highlight post, we are going to showcase three apps, sent to us by their respective app developers. If you are an app developer and wish to have your app showcased on our site, simply contact us and give us th... keep reading
Branding is important. It may not be quite as important as a product or service, but if the branding is wrong, the message and experience is diluted. Around nine months ago, Steve Ballmer set out a new vision for Microsoft -- One Microsof... keep reading
Wearable technology is likely to be the next big thing and Nokia has sure hinted in the past that the company was interested in venturing into this field. While the mobile phone manufacturer hasn’t revealed much about its plans, Nokia has... keep reading