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Microsoft Must Focus On 5 Things In 2014

The entire year 2014 is here, and when you thought the past a year were really something with regard to Redmond, then make room to get more amazement in what promises to become another exciting year forward. Microsoft will, inevitably, …

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HP Releases Android Tablet with Tegra Chip

Rumor has it that Hewlett-Packard (HP), the world’s number one PC maker by shipments, is working on the Android based tablet which is expected to make its debut within this year.

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Windows Blue Update to Improve Windows 8

Microsoft Team is Seeking to Improve Centerpiece of Windows UI. This guide will elaborate on Windows blue’s building upon and improving of the new Windows UI of Windows 8.

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Microsoft is Upgrading Surface Pro 2

Tablets powered by Windows 8.1 Pro may be a step behind other solutions when it comes to firmware and driver issues, but boy, adding and subtracting hardware elements in these devices is certified snap.

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Apple to Launch a 12-day Gifts Promotion in US during Christmas

To celebrate the once-a-year holiday Apple has announced its annual 12 Days of Gifts promotion, which offers free apps, books, songs and movies everyday from December 26, 2013 to January 6, 2014.

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1st Malware on Windows 8-Specific

Windows 8 is not even out nonetheless and malware is witout a question showing up specifically to target Microsoft’s newest running system.

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Screen smudges reveal password in Windows 8 Picture password

For Windows 8, Microsoft is a preparing a new way to log in to tablet PCs by letting users perform gestures on the screen instead of typing in letters and numbers.

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Windows 8 Tablets Won’t Run PC Apps

Half a million copies of Windows 8—and probably more than that by now—are officially in the wild, says Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.

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Why Windows 8 is Important to Microsoft?

Ben Bajarin could be the Director of Consumer Technology evaluation and evaluation at Creative Strategies, Inc, a technology marketplace evaluation and marketplace intelligence firm located in Silicon Valley.

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Windows 8 Facial Recognition Review

We’ve known for almost a year that Microsoft is building facial recognition technology into Windows 8, potentially offering a more secure (and fun) way to log into your computer.

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