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Google Does It Again, Exposes New Bugs in Microsoft Windows 7 and 8.1

By Kamal Nayan - Jan 19, 2015 12:23 PM EST

Just days after when Microsoft criticized Google for publicly disclosing bugs in Windows 8.1, the search giant pointed yet another security flaw in Microsoft's operating systems Windows 7 and 8.1.


Xbox and Playstation Hack Update: UK Teen Linked to Christmas Attacks

By Peter R - Jan 16, 2015 04:31 PM EST

UK law enforcement agencies arrested an 18-year old who is allegedly said to be connected with the service disruption.

Microsoft Lumia 435

Launched: Super-Cheap Microsoft Lumia 435 and 532, Price Below $100

By Kamal Nayan - Jan 14, 2015 02:05 PM EST

Microsoft has unveiled two new models of Lumia smartphones : Lumia 435 and Lumia 532, both below the $100 mark. Lumia 435 is Microsoft's cheapest Lumia to date - costing $81.

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Curtains Down on Free Support for Windows 7

By Peter R - Jan 13, 2015 04:35 PM EST

Microsoft will end stop providing free support for Windows 7 which was launched in 2009.


Microsoft's New Browser 'Spartan' To Sport Cortana, Digital Inking Support And Group Tabbing

By Kamal Nayan - Jan 10, 2015 11:01 AM EST

Microsoft might be replacing its Internet Explorer with a brand new browser called 'Spartan.' The new browser could be the part of Windows 10 platform and equipping features such as digital inking support and Cortana integration, according to various reports and leaks.


Windows 10 Rumors: Browser Spartan will Feature Cotana, Group Tabbing

By Peter R - Jan 10, 2015 06:47 AM EST

New leaks show Spartan would feature a gamut of features to deliver novel browsing experience.

Microsoft Launches Its Cheapest Internet-Ready Feature Phone For $29

Microsoft Launches Nokia 215; Cheapest Feature Phone With Facebook, Twitter, Opera and Other Apps

By Steven Hogg - Jan 05, 2015 09:30 AM EST

Microsoft is bringing an affordable solution to first time mobile users with Nokia 215 packed with internet-ready apps like Facebook, Bing, Twitter and more.

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Microsoft's Original Kinect for Windows Will be Phased Out This Year (2015)

By Kamal Nayan - Jan 01, 2015 09:49 AM EST

Microsoft is retiring the original Kinect for Windows sensor sometime in 2015. The company will only be selling the remaining stocks of the original Kinect for Windows sensor. A specific date for the sensor's phase-out will be announced soon.

Browser wars

Microsoft Rumors: New Browser on Anvil, IE May be Laid to Rest

By Peter R - Dec 29, 2014 02:49 PM EST

Microsoft is said to be working on a new browser to compete with Google and Mozilla's highly popular browsers Chrome and Firefox.


Microsoft Xbox Live Has Been Restored, Sony PlayStation Remains Down

By Kamal Nayan - Dec 27, 2014 03:02 AM EST

Microsoft's Xbox Live has been restored while Sony's PlayStation Network remains offline for second day after the services were compromised. A hacker group had claimed the responsibility for attacking the both gaming services.

Wi-Fi, Block

Microsoft, Google Join To Object Marriott's Wi-Fi Blocking

By Kamal Nayan - Dec 24, 2014 12:59 PM EST

Microsoft Corporation and Google Inc have joined to object the petition filed by Hotel Marriott that asks the right to block personal Wi-Fi hotspots in premises of the hotel. Google and Microsoft objected that devices with capability to infer with radio signals are illegal.

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Microsoft's Surface Pro Mini Release Date Rumors: To Debut with Windows 10

By Peter R - Dec 18, 2014 01:09 PM EST

Rumors are rife that Microsoft could saddle Surface Mini with Windows 10 and release it sooner than later to benefit from Surface Pro 3's success.


Microsoft Launches Cheapest 4G Phone Lumia 638 In India, May Not Release Flagship Until September

By Kamal Nayan - Dec 16, 2014 11:40 AM EST

Microsoft has launched the cheapest 4G phone, Lumia 638 running Windows 8.1 OS in India. Microsoft Lumia 638 runs on a quad-core processor and is powered by 1GB RAM.


Microsoft's Real-Time Skype Translator Available For Windows 8.1 And Windows 10 Technical Preview Users

By Kamal Nayan - Dec 16, 2014 01:14 AM EST

Microsoft released the first public preview of real-time Skype translator, kicking off with two spoken languages, Spanish and English. The service provides real-time translation for voice calls and online chats.


Facebook Stops Using Microsoft Bing Search

By Kamal Nayan - Dec 14, 2014 10:54 PM EST

Facebook has stopped using Microsoft Bing to power its search. The move follows after Facebook announced its own tool for findings comments and other information.

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