How can Microsoft trudge the race of the tech giants or I should say “techathon”. As expected, Microsoft has also announced its deluxe and sumptuous event, featuring release of Surface tabs. Last night, the tech gargantuan released the official invites to the media telling them to consign most of September 23rd, for the mega event [...]
It’s the season of events and releases again, as the release date of Microsoft event draws closer the Microsoft surface begins to get more attention. It has been revealed that 32 GB version of Microsoft surface, for which pre orders began 2 days ago has already been sold out online. That is an amazing sign [...]
Yes, finally since the transformation in 1987 Microsoft has decided to change their logo only for the third time. The years they logos were changed are 1980, 1986 and finally the new logo which comes to us in 2012. The trend is obvious, Microsoft is moving from more of “heavy” designs to minimal designs. The [...]
Windows 8 is set to release on October 26th 2012 and it’s set to replace the forever popular Windows 7. Windows 7 is widely accepted due to its high performance on and nice and clean interface and we would love to see how people adopt Windows 8 over it. According to Microsoft, windows8 will require [...]
We are here again to show you freshly leaked screenshots from Windows 8 M1 build 7850 showing renovated Task Manager. One thing clear from this and previous leaks is that Microsoft is working to add many new features as well as user experience in their next Windows release.
It’s hard to believe that you need a newer version of Windows already, but sources have confirmed that Microsoft will be releasing Windows 8 anytime in year 2012. Our first clue is the Microsoft’s road-map history with Windows 7 and Vista released in year 2009 and 2006 respectively. This suggests that newer version, dubbed as [...]
Anyone surprised? When the PS3 first came out it was predicted to outsell the X-box. But the surprising thing about this is how long it has taken Sony to do it. In terms of survivability the x-box has done extremely well for itself. Sales were strengthened by its huge catalogue of games and the fact [...]
Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Google Chrome and the rusty old Internet Explorer 8 were some of the few mainstream internet browser options you had yesterday, but this week marks the release of Windows Internet Explorer 9 (IE 9) although the beta version was made public in September but finally the real deal is here.