Last Friday, the local media had a preview of the highly anticipated Xbox 360 game, HALO Reach. According to Microsoft, the game will be launched in Singapore on 14th September in three editions – Standard, Limited and Legendary.
Microsoft is due to launch its highly-anticipated Windows Phone 7 mobile OS soon, but it seems that the software giant has already started with its efforts to publicize its new platform. And what better way to do so than to take on Google’s own Android operating system? Read on for more information.
For most purposes, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 is as old as an antique sword which has lost more than just its sharp edge but simply refuses to die out for various reasons. However, Facebook has plans to drive its own nail in IE6′s coffin, and it will do so by killing support for its Chat
Crackdown is a 2007 sandbox-style third-person shooter video game that received favorable reviews that year. And three years later, the game developer came up with the sequel to the game, and yes, if you enjoyed the first one, be sure to get your hands on Crackdown 2.
Microsoft has had a somewhat embarrassing track record of accidentally leaking news of new products out before their scheduled release date, and it seems that history has just repeated itself again. This time, the leak is allegedly that of their upcoming Internet Explorer 9 and its redesigned UI. Guess this is going to take some
Remember the agreement signed between Microsoft and Yahoo! a long time back (a whole year, to be precise)? It seems that some of the terms and conditions of that agreement has already been implemented: starting today, Yahoo! USA and Canada will have its search engine powered by Microsoft’s Bing. Read on for more information.
Apple may have already dropped their ‘I’m a Mac’ advertisements, but it seems certain that Microsoft is not about to let its rival walk away like a smug winner. And what better way to take the sting out of a Apple’s campaign by using the competition’s own comparison against itself? Read on to find out
Now, that might sound so wrong, but the teaser photographs Microsoft have released are probably the best examples of its new interest. But the burning question still remains: what is that mysterious flat device which Microsoft is trying to show off here? One thing is for sure though: it looks rather sleek. Read on to
Microsoft had already released three Platform Previews of its upcoming Internet Explorer 9 web browser, and the response towards the software giant’s effort in supporting open web standards has been generally favourable. Will the beta version coming up sometime in September maintain that momentum? Read on for more information.
Halo: Reach is one of the highly anticipated games this year and Microsoft is intending to launch the game with the limited edition bundle this September. The exclusive bundle will come with the silver Xbox 360 console and matching custom “Halo: Reach” limited edition wireless controllers.
Microsoft is dropping support for their Windows XP operating system today (13 July 2010), though just a day earlier, the company has announced that users on Windows 7 can downgrade to the older OS till 2020.
The new Xbox 360 was announced at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles last month, and this afternoon, Microsoft Singapore held a event to showcase the Xbox 360 to the local media.
All good things must come to an end, and that applies to computer operating systems as well: Microsoft has announced that Windows XP (SP2) and Windows Server 2000 will officially hit EOL status in 10 days. And that only means one thing: no more updates of any sort. Read on to find out more.
Want to buy that app but unsure as to whether it is worth your money? Microsoft has the solution: a ‘trial’ option which allows the user to try out the app for free before deciding if you want to part with your hard earned cash for it. Read on to find out more.
Seems like Microsoft just cannot keep up with the momentum in the world of mobile communications: the Microsoft KIN, a phone targeted at the socially-connected youth, has been marked for termination barely three months since their release. Read on to find out more.
Google may reign supreme in the online services and internet search engine space, but you can bet that Microsoft will not be contented with its distant third place in the competition. And if you have been sharp enough, you would have realized that something new had been recently added to Microsoft’s search engine, Bing. Read
Details of Microsoft Windows 8 have recently surfaced on the web, and that is because Francisco Martin, a Windows enthusiast, has gotten a few powerpoint slides and posted it on his blog.
Microsoft unveils Internet Explorer 9 Platform Preview 3, boasts greater support for HTML5 along with some surprise bonuses
Sure, Internet Explorer may be considered a joke when stacked against highly popular web browsers such as Mozilla’s Firefox, Google’s Chrome and Apple’s Safari, but you’d be in for a huge surprise if you thought IE had been relegated to non-contender status, especially in the race for HTML5 support. Read on to find out more.
Well, it is official. The Slim version of Xbox 360 announced. New design, price and some new additions.