Microsoft Office apps debut on iPad, become most popular on iTunes

Microsoft's Office 365 suite has finally made its way to the iPad. After years of rumours, the iPad suite currently consists of Word, Excel, PowerPoint ...

    Windows

    VLC beta for Windows 8 now out, get downloading

    VLC windows 8 Looking for a reason to watch films on Windows 8? VLC's the answer. Today, the VLC beta finally launches and is available right now for download from the Microsoft Store. If you can believe it, VLC for Windows began as a Kickstarter project almost 18 months ago by VideoLAN. VLC for Windows 8 plays "any kind of video" and features MKV (1080p vide0) plus FLAC (lossless audio) support, two high-definition formats. One of the goals of the project was to ensure x86 ...

    Mobile Phones, Windows

    Is Windows Phone 8.1 turning ‘Blue’?

    Windows Phone Blue Is it all but confirmed that Windows Phone 8.1 will be called "Windows Phone Blue"? The screenshot above is reportedly part of an internal memo sent to teams within Microsoft, outlining the name of the new mobile OS says WinPhollers. The site says "it [Windows Phone Blue] is confirmed." but it's going to take more than a rumour to convince us. As most of us know, Windows 8.1 was rumoured to be called "Windows Blue" (after a Microsoft employee listed it ...

    Microsoft, News, Windows

    Windows 8.1 Update 1 leak shows PC-friendly mouse and keyboard focus

    Windows 8.1 A leaked version of Microsoft's upcoming update for Windows 8.1 has been out in the wild since late January. Annoyingly referred to as Windows 8.1 Update 1, the leak suggests that Microsoft will focus on improving navigation as well as the startup experience to make it a more PC-friendly OS. There will be a new title bar for the Windows 8 tiles which will enable you to close, minimize, and snap apps side-by-side using your mouse. This means fewer keyboard ...

    Windows

    Windows 8.1 update sweeps ‘Metro’ under the rug, boots to desktop by default

    Windows 8.1 Dislike the blocky look of Windows 8? It may be pushed into the background by default with March Update 1 of Windows 8.1 says The Verge. It began with the brilliant Windows 8.1 update which gave users the option of bypassing Microsoft's vision of the future, the Start screen or "Metro", and possibly ends with this upcoming update. The reason? To "improve the OS for keyboard and mouse users". This is Microsoft's smartest move with Windows 8 yet, if it ...

    Lumia, Microsoft, Reviews

    Nokia Lumia 1020: the best call making camera in town

    Paris with the 1020 On a recent trip to Paris, I took some of the most amazing photographs that I had ever taken on a mobile device. The richness of the colours and the luxurious hues made my images come to life and, quite honestly, delicious to look at it. This was possible because the device I was taking those pictures on was the Nokia Lumia 1020. Design: meet the skinny hunchback I am not going focus on this too much because if you've seen one ...

    Microsoft, News, Xbox One

    Machinima admits it paid YouTube bloggers for positive Xbox One coverage

    Xbox One controller Recently, news broke that Microsoft has been paying popular YouTube personalities for positive influence of the Xbox One. Video bloggers (or vloggers) from the popular gaming channel Machinima,  who featured at least 30 seconds of gameplay footage and used the now notorious tag XB1M13, were being endorsed. Since this sneaky revelation, confessions and outrage have flared on YouTube and Twitter prompting an inevitable public response from both Machinima and Microsoft. The promotion was first made public by Machinima's UK community manager ...

    Microsoft, News, Xbox One

    Xbox One beats PS4 in near million US December sales

    Xbox One Floating According to new figures released by global market research company NDP, Xbox One was the number one selling console in the US last December, selling a near million units. Microsoft managed to get a massive 908 000 gaming consoles to gamers' living rooms while surprisingly, the Xbox 360 continued to see strong momentum with 643,000 sold. The fact that Microsoft managed to beat Sony and other hardware competitors on both next-gen and last-gen console fronts during the year's busiest shopping ...

    News, Windows

    Windows 8.1 Preview ends today, update or suffer restarts every two hours

    Win 8.1 Running Windows 8.1 Preview and haven't updated to the final version? Then your computers going to restart every two hours until you do so. All preview copies of Windows 8.1 officially ended 15 January 2014, with users PCs now flashing "Thank you for using Windows 8.1 Preview. The preview is no longer available for download, and the license for it expires 15 January 2014. If you have not yet installed the final version of Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1, ...

    Microsoft, News, Xbox, Xbox One

    Xbox 360 will still get ‘good games’ says Microsoft

    Xbox One The Xbox One is out, but where does that leave the humble Xbox 360? In an interview with Gameplanet, Microsoft's Alan Bowman, VP of sales and marketing, reveals some hidden treasures about Xbox's past, and drops hints of where it's headed. Most interestingly, the Xbox 360 will still continue to get "good games". Bowman says that the Xbox 360 won't be dropped, both consoles will continue to receive games and software updates in "parallel". There are over 70-million Xbox 360 and ...

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