Microsoft’s greatest challenge with this month’s release of Windows 8 is making its new app marketplace a success. In order to get as many apps on board, software developers will need to re-write their applications to take advantage of the new touchy, feely operating system – something that takes time and money. But many developers [...]
If you used the Internet before the likes of Google, Facebook and Twitter – when Yahoo, Aol and Altavista were top dogs of the Internet – you might still use Hotmail. In fact, Hotmail still has 350 million users, and I am one of them. But without being rude Hotmail has been dying a slow [...]
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After years of planning, preparing and just a little bit of complaining, the London Olympics are finally about to begin with the opening ceremony tonight.
Microsoft is on a bit of a roll at the moment, everyone sat up and took notice of their innovative Surface tablet, Windows 8 is getting positive reviews for its forward-thinking user interface and now it’s time for Microsoft to unveil its latest version of Office.
Not only did Apple wow the tech-world with the world’s most technologically advanced laptop – the Cupertino company gave a in-depth showcase of the last version of their mobile operating system iOS 6. Though the software is available now as a beta – the final version will not ship until sometime this fall.
With Facebook’s controversial IPO now finished the social networking company is thought to be considering a Facebook mobile phone, and is already recruiting engineers who have experience with mobile devices, according to a story published in the New York Times on Sunday.
Facebook is on its way to make its IPO and create a few millionaires and billionaires in the process. But the social networking site is still pathetic at providing meaningful service to its cash cows aka the regular users. A latest report by Ars Technica shows that Facebook is still working on a viable process [...]
We all have compulsively clicked on ‘Refresh’ tab on our Facebook page, but now a study has officially confirmed that Facebook, along with Twitter, is even more addictive than alcohol and cigarettes. According to researchers from University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, most of us mere mortals are unable to resist the urge of [...]