… month, reports ZDNet
We’re getting to that time of year where the big technology players start to launch their new flagship products in the run up to Christmas where sales can literally go through the roof.
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The Tech You Will Lust After in Quarter 4 2013
Microsoft had spent years building up an operating system, which, after a few, hit-and-miss releases , looked to have finally matured with Windows 7 .
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Windows 8.1 Release Date Confirmed By Microsoft | Redmond Pie
The Wall Street Journal reported today that Microsoft is working on a touch-enabled watch device.
Microsoft BUILD 2013 went on sale a few hours ago Initially the registration for BUILD 2013 sold out too in a few hours, but as of now it is no longer sold out. My guess is that there were two plans (medium vs. large event) depending on how many registered
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[tl;dr] BUILD 2013 sold out, not sold out
In my handful of trips to Microsoft’s Redmond campus, I’ve come across some pretty interesting paintings, models and photographs in the hallways. They are all part of the company’s extensive art collection . I have not however come across anything as bizarre as the one above
Microsoft’s weird collection of Paint art
I love to scroll. Yes I’m one of those people that load a webpage or document and just scroll around like a caffeinated hamster on wheels, aimlessly
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Logitech Wireless Touchpad T650: The closest thing to an Apple Magic Trackpad for Windows
A source close to Microsoft has revealed that the software giant will break precedent on the normal Windows update cycle, and not release a Service Pack 2 for Windows 7 as it has done with other versions of its operating systems. … Without the release of a service pack Windows 7 users will manually have to keep up to date with the monthly patches that will be released by Microsoft
Windows 7 OS Will Not Receive Service Pack 2 | Geeky Gadgets