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New FCC Technical Adoption Heading for “Wi-Fi on Steroids”

The Federal Communications Commission recently accepted some technical proposals related to using the free white spectrum between broadcasting TV channels. This acceptance will increase the usable bandwidth especially for short range wireless data transmission standards such as Wi-Fi resulting in a much higher bandwidth at reduced cost.

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Windows Phone 7 Ad Campaign Launched Ahead of Release

Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 is the upcoming operating systems for smartphones and mobile devices which has completed it’s development to RTM and first devices with the new OS is expected in a few months. Microsoft is expected to launch a huge ad campaign for the upcoming OS and we see the first ads beginning to [...]

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Turn Windows 7 into Mac OSX with Snow Transformation Pack

If you ever wanted to run Mac OSX theme on your Windows PC with all of your programs easily accessible, you can now install Snow Transformation pack for Windows 7 that will convert your Windows environment to OSX while keeping all of your installations intact. The transformation pack changes windows icons, login screens, sounds, wallpapers [...]

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Microsoft Kinnect & XBOX 360 Slim – Review

Microsoft announced the release of XBOX 360 Slim gaming console along with Kinnect (formally Project Natal) at their 2010 E3 keynote. The new XBOX 360 slim brings performance enhancements as well as added features to the already popular console.

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Zotac ZBox HD-ID11 – The Next Generation Nettop

Zotac has announced its new ZBox HD-ID11 mini-PC based on next generation Nvidia Ion platform and Intel Atom D-510 processor. The new small form factor nettop features Ion 2 or Next gen. Ion platform having 512 MB of dedicated graphics memory, supporting Nvidia CUDA and PureVideo technology. Other features include 4GB of DDR2 RAM running [...]

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Burglar Alarm comes to Software

Microsoft Australia brings a exciting video in which they tempt the students of University of Technology Sydney to steal the software on the street. We cannot say if someone is picking it with the intention of theft or they want to give it to Lost Property.

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Microsoft Goes Open Source – at least with Windows Phone 7

Microsoft has finally recognized the value of working with others and announced that the Windows Phone 7 will be an open source operating system. The announcement came today at Redmond that developers will be able to create their own programs once WP7 gets released in late October.

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Microsoft Courier is less like a Tablet more of a Booklet

Rumors are all around about the Microsoft’s upcoming Courier tablet. Looks like Microsoft is coming up with something that can compete with the Apple’s ipad. The device is said to be in its final stage of development. Leak outs have shown that the device is less like a tablet and more of a booklet or [...]

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No Copy and Paste support in Windows Phone 7

Unlike current iPhone, Microsoft Windows Phone 7 devices won’t have Copy and Paste support. According to sources Microsoft claims that most targeted users don’t need clipboard functionality in their device. Users faced the same problem when first generation iPhone was released; it didn’t support the functionality to copy and paste data in between the apps. [...]

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Apple concealed all Shipments – No Rumors for next iPad

Apple has put an end to all the rumors and leaks by concealing all its ocean shipments from public. In the consequences of 2008, when ImportGenious rightly predicted the coming of Apple’s iPhone by monitoring the shipments, Apple has concealed the imports making them inaccessible even to U.S. Customs.

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