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.
Microsoft Singapore has announced two new web cameras and three mice that use the latest technology and come with affordable price tags. The new peripherals will be available from mid April to early May this year.
Even though the Zune is probably never going to hit our shores, it’s definitely still a fantastic piece audio player worth reporting on. Read on for more information.
An inactive link to a “64Gb model” added on the official Zune website indicates Microsoft is preparing its new 64Gb Zune HD for release, adding on to its existing Zune series of portable media device. More next page…
The Wii may be the smallest and sleekest game console in the market, but that did not stop Sony from coming out with a ‘slim’ version of its Playstation 3. Will Microsoft follow suit with an Xbox 360 Slim? Read on to find out.
Microsoft has just issued an update to address the security vulnerability found in Internet Explorer 6 and 7 web browsers which allow hackers to do remote code execution. Read on for more info.
Not too long ago, we posted an article about a hacker claiming that Internet Explorer was the more secure browser. And today, the ‘more secure’ browser falls in a hacking contest after all of 2 minutes. Read on for more information.
Mac users now have a new reason to accept Microsoft’s very own Messenger for Mac instead of resorting to alternative software, because the new beta of Messenger for Mac now supports A/C chatting. Read on for more information.
We have seen Bill Gates on news about his Windows, his philanthropic efforts in 3rd world countries. Now there is something new – Investment in an alternative nuclear startup.
Microsoft has recently issued a statement that many customers in Singapore have received emails that claimed they have won Microsoft lottery. That is not a legitimate mail and Microsoft advises not to open the mail or reply with your personal information. Read more for the detailed advisory.
Even though Microsoft has been doing a very good job keeping quiet about any upcoming service packs for its new Windows 7 operating system, it seems that leaks just keep slipping out of the Redmond giant. But the bigger question is, when will the expected service pack reach beta or mainstream status? Read on to
It was a surprise but it was mentioned during a Mix session by Microsoft that clipboard operations will not be supported in Windows Phone 7 series. That’s right. No copy and paste.
Wanna give Internet Explorer 9 a test drive ? During the Mix10 event for developers, Microsoft unveils its upcoming Internet Explorer 9.
The day has finally come. We (VR Zone) have just received an email from Microsoft that it will be ending the support for WinXP SP2, Vista RTM, Win 2000 Pro and Win Server 2000. Well, the operating systems will still be around, just that Microsoft will no longer provide any more security updates for them. Read on for more details.
It’s still currently in beta status, but Microsoft has announced that the upcoming Office 2010 office productivity suite will be given away for free to customers who fulfil a specific set of conditions. Read on for more information.