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.
With Patch Tuesday (the name given to the the second tuesday of every month where Microsoft releases security patches for its operating systems) coming up soon, the time has come for the faithful Windows crowd to update their OS from various security flaws. Read on to find out more about what to expect for this
Ever used the F1 key for help in Windows ? Well think again. Affecting only Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 and using Internet Explorer. Read on for more
It is always said that there’s no such thing as a free lunch, and that would definitely apply to the release candidate of Microsoft’s latest operating system, which is rigged to deactivate come June 2010 even as it is hailed as one of the better Windows OSes ever released. In fact, according to some web
Microsoft Windows operating systems (be it desktop or mobile versions) have always been upgradeable. Well, no longer for the upcoming Windows Mobile 7 OS. At the recent Mobile World Congress, Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, has mentioned that the new Windows Mobile 7 Series phones will have certain minimum requirements. This means that current Windows Mobile 6.5 phone users will
The first Windows 7 Phone series partner phone have been unveiled in the latest episode of The Endgadget Show. No doubt you will know who it is by looking at the picture above. More details after the break.
Every mobile enthusiast is prolly excited with the Microsoft unveiling its latest creation – Windows Mobile 7. No wait, it is now officially known as Windows Phone 7 series.
The annual Mobile World Congress kicked off in Barcelona, Spain on 15th February with a huge turn out of mobile professionals who came from all over the world. The four-day event will see announcements from various companies including Google, Microsoft and Samsung.
Well, it seems like Windows Mobile 7 gets a no go with Flash, according to source. Apparently, this came from an official statement from Adobe who had mentioned that the newest version of Windows Mobile will not support Flash
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) is going to commence next week in Barcelona, and online sources have cited Microsoft could be revealing the new Windows Mobile 7 phone, which could take the form of the popular Zune media player.
Sony Ericsson has recently announced their new business mobile phone, Aspen, which features a QWERTY keypad, 3.2-megapixel camera, and easy access to your multimedia files. With Microsoft MyPhone service, you can remotely erase your phone data if the phone is lost or stolen.
This Microsoft SideWinder X4 keyboard will give you the edge over your opponents in any 3D games. It features advanced anti-ghosting technology which allows you to press up to 26 keys at once (although we have no idea if there is anyone who can actually press that number of keys altogether).
It seems like Microsoft is giving Nanami Madobe some friends. As part of a campaign by Microsoft’s Bing in Japan, Microsoft Japan have launched not 1 but 10 Windows 7 themes that revolves around 5 moe looking characters. (2 for each character) More after the jump
According to Digitimes, we might be seeing a lil sneak on Windows Mobile 7 and also the launch date of the operating system itself. While the source is pretty unconfirmed, they have mentioned that WinMo 7 will be available to Microsoft’s handheld hardware partners in September 2010, allowing them to roll-out WM7-based devices in the
The Microsoft Arc keyboard was showcased at the recent CES 2010 and features a beautiful curved profile. It is lightweight, operates wirelessly (with a snap-in nano transceiver included) and comes with an on/off function for user to conserve its battery life.
Christmas is just round the corner, how about rewarding yourself this holiday season with a Windows 7 preloaded gaming rig?
Microsoft’s new Data Center in Chicago Cnet has an article on Microsoft’s new data center in Chicago. For those who are curious to know what goes on in a data center and how it looks like inside can check out the article here. Read more…
Samsung has announced its collaboration with Microsoft to encourage users to use power-efficient PCs – through the use of the new Windows 7 operating system and 40 nanometer (nm) class DDR3 DRAM. Read on for the full story.
Ninite Folks over at Tomshardware has recommended a nifty utility called Ninite. It’s a software that allows users to “plunk” their favourite apps into 1 installer which will appear as a downloadable .exe file. Read more…
You have probably seen an article posted by Gizmodo listing 7 reasons to stick with Windows XP. Well, there are certainly some reasons for sticking with Windows XP and the one that really makes sense is if your current system is too old to support Windows 7. You may not meet the minimum system requirements