This picture could mean one thing – 3D gaming on a Xbox 360. Looks like the PS3 is facing up with some competition here.
Downgrading Windows on new computers may be a common occurrence in the enterprise sector, where some huge corporations prefer to use the aging Windows XP as the standard operating system for daily use. However, it seems that Microsoft is making plans to kill off this particular downgrade path soon. Read on to find out more.
Most people may not know it, but security updates sometimes do more than just patch the specific flaw they were written to address, like unintentionally finding other flaws or exploits related to the current patch and fixing them up at the same time as well. So why is this bad for security? Read on to
Microsoft and Nokia have jointly announced the new Microsoft Communicator for Nokia devices. With the Communicator Mobile, user can see if their friends or colleagues are available and choose to communicate with them on Instant Messenger, Email, SMS or phone call. You can go on Nokia’s Ovi Store to download the app.
Sure, we all know that Apple is suing HTC over alleged patent infringements found in the handset maker’s Android-powered devices, but Microsoft suddenly joins the fray by announcing that they have struck a licensing agreement with HTC over its Android phones. What’s going on here? Read on to find out more.
It is not just the desktop and server markets which Microsoft is interested in pushing out Windows 7 and its underlying technologies to; the embedded space is also fair game, and Microsoft is keen to make its prescence felt in that area with its new Windows Embedded Standard 7 operating system. Read on to find
The Windows Team have announced on the blog - Windows Home Server “Vail”. The public beta is now available for download. Wanna know some of the key changes? Hop on.
Reason given for the removal of the update: the patch ended up patching nothing. Read on for more information.
Do you like reading about various tech-support nightmares and classic ‘IT-fail’ stories experienced by others? If so, you’re in luck: Microsoft has a new website specially created to house such stories, along with some comic-strip goodness. Read on to find out more.
One might think that the Redmond giant’s earnings would have taken a beating after a double whammy of having both antitrust regulators and stiff competition snapping away at its heels. Surely Microsoft’s profits would have suffered, right? Apparently not. Read on for more information.
Microsoft and Facebook have announced Docs for Facebook, an application that allows users to use Word, Excel and Powerpoint online. Currently, the Docs is in beta and you will need to go to Docs.com to sign up.
All you have to do is to download the new Microsoft Fix It from the company’s servers, and it’ll offer to scan and fix for the most common type of errors found in Windows. Read on to find out more.
Microsoft announces that Office 2010 has now been moved to RTM (release to manufacturing) status, and as a treat, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will be launching the product in Singapore at a later date. Read on for more information.
Its a sad day for original Xbox users who are playing Halo 2 on Xbox Live. Today is the last day for users to play multiplayer first person shooter game online. On top of that, Microsoft is stopping online support for Halo 2.
Microsoft debut two new phones recently, Kin 1 and Kin 2, for the youths who are into social networking. Both are touchscreen phones and come with QWERTY keypads for ease of typing.
Microsoft’s new MSN Video Player has only been out of beta for a month, and it seems like the developers have forgot to word their alerts a little more carefully. Read on for more information.
Some time back, we ran a story about how Microsoft had been busy compiling what seems to be builds of SP1 for Windows 7. Today, we found out that a leaked SP1 build has made its way onto file sharing sites. But more importantly, there seems to be something unusual about this upcoming service pack
Justin Long, the actor who played the role of Mac and OS X in Apple’s campaign against PCs, has said that the commercials from Apple against Microsoft may be at an end. Read on for more information.
A new system update for the Xbox 360 has been released today to allow storage via USB medium although a couple of pointers to take note. Hop on
The future of Intel’s IA64 architecture does not look good with the Redmond giant being the next in line to drop it from the list of supported architectures. Read on for more information.