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
If you haven’t bought your HTC phone yet, check out this piece of good news. HTC Singapore has announced a price revision for their Android, Windows and Brew MP smartphones which take effect on 1 August.
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.
Garmin-ASUS recently released their all new Windows Mobile 6.5.3 mobile phone, M10. Coming from a background of superior technology equipments (ASUS) and reputable GPS (Garmin), the mobile phone released by them is often a sight to see. Follow us as we review this new phone.
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.
Dell has been a bit too quiet recently, but from online sources, the renowned PC maker is busy making new phones including this leaked Windows Phone 7. Called Dell Lightning, it features 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.1-inch OLED display (WVGA), 5-megapixel autofocus camera and 1GB flash memory with 512MB RAM and 8GB storage on MicroSD card.
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
Owners of Windows-powered notebook equipped with ATI mobile graphics cards, now is your time to rejoice: Catalyst 10.3 for Windows finally brings with it support for the recent Mobility Radeon graphics cards. Read on for more information.
Today, Garmin-ASUS has announced their new M10 which claims to be the world’s first Smart3 phone – Smart phone, Smart navigation and Smart lifestyle. The Windows Mobile smartphone is expected to be available in Singapore in late March (which isn’t too far away).
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.
Land Transport Authority (LTA) Singapore has launched their new mobile service for motorists and commuters. Called MyTransport.SG, it provides comprehensive transit and traffic information to users with Wi-Fi, GPRS or 3G wireless connectivity on their mobile devices.
Sources have indicate that HTC’s HD2 will not be be getting an upgrade to Windows Phone 7 series.
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.
The X300 Mobile PC was unveiled at the CES Show 2010 in January, and it was only recently that LG has announced the launch of this ultra-slim machine. Equipped with 2GHz Intel Menlow platform, up to 2GB memory and 128GB SSD storage, the X300 boasts sufficient computing performance to run your daily applications and operates silently.
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
That was pretty much what two-time Pwn2Own winner Charlie Miller had to say in an interview with OneITSecurity. What does this mean for computer security, and is there anything that the average user can do to keep himself or herself safe when online? Read on to find out more…
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