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3 ways Microsoft Edge might be better than Internet Explorer

3 ways Microsoft Edge might be better than Internet Explorer

By 1 May 2015

It looks like Microsoft Edge is shaping up to be one heck of a browser. Microsoft's annual Build conference is underway, where the company usually announces new products and developments that'll interest developers. Out of everything revealed yesterday,... >>

What is Microsoft Edge, and when can you get it?

What is Microsoft Edge, and when can you get it?

By 29 April 2015

Microsoft has been talking for months about its next internet browser, codenamed Project Spartan, but it's only now given the product a name: Microsoft Edge. At the company's annual Build conference held in San Francisco, Microsoft executives not only... >>

Microsoft Windows 10 apps shown off for video and music, minus Xbox branding

Microsoft Windows 10 apps shown off for video and music, minus Xbox branding

By 1 April 2015

Microsoft's Windows 10 is currently available in its Technical Preview form and on there are its new Music and Video apps which are being shown off. The Music Technical Preview and Video Technical Preview have both done away with the Xbox branding Windows... >>

New affordable Microsoft Surface 3 rumoured to replace Surface 2, but packing full Windows OS

New affordable Microsoft Surface 3 rumoured to replace Surface 2, but packing full Windows OS

By 26 March 2015

Microsoft is reportedly getting ready to unveil a new Surface 3 tablet that will replace the Surface 2 and stand alongside the current Surface Pro 3. The new Surface tablet, likely named Surface 3, is rumoured to ditch the Windows RT operating system... >>

Microsoft is working on a service for streaming apps and games to Windows devices

Microsoft is working on a service for streaming apps and games to Windows devices

By 16 December 2014

Microsoft is developing a better way to compete with Google and its cloud-based apps and operating system. The company is building a experimental service for streaming apps and games on Windows, it's claimed. ZDNet has reported that Microsoft's Azure-based... >>

HP Sprout PC offers a built-in projector and touch mat instead of mouse and keyboard

HP Sprout PC offers a built-in projector and touch mat instead of mouse and keyboard

By 29 October 2014

HP has a new Windows PC called Sprout. But it's not your typical desktop machine. First and foremost, it features a 23-inch diagonal screen, along with a built-in projector and 20-point capacitive touch mat. The HD DLP projector, which boasts Intel's... >>

Microsoft: Next version of Windows is Windows 10, not Windows 9

Microsoft: Next version of Windows is Windows 10, not Windows 9

By 30 September 2014

Microsoft has introduced the next version of Windows in San Francisco. It is called Windows 10. "Windows is at a Threshold and now it's time for a new Windows," announced Terry Myerson, chief of Windows, at a press event. "Our new Windows must be built... >>

Apple iCloud Drive launches for Windows PC before Mac version does

Apple iCloud Drive launches for Windows PC before Mac version does

By 19 September 2014

Although iCloud Drive became official when iOS 8 rolled out, OS X won't support the new feature until Apple releases OS X Yosemite sometime this autumn. Mac users therefore must wait. Windows PC users however can apparently get access now...before Mac... >>

Here's what a Windows Phone looks like without Windows Phone branding

Here's what a Windows Phone looks like without Windows Phone branding

By 15 September 2014

Following rumours about Microsoft planning to soon kill the Nokia and Windows Phone brands, a new leak has emerged that shows a yet-to-be-announced device bearing a simple "Windows" logo and no other branding. UK-based My Go, which typically sells ultra-affordable... >>

Microsoft promises Windows 9 convergence for universal apps on Windows Phone, Xbox and PC

Microsoft promises Windows 9 convergence for universal apps on Windows Phone, Xbox and PC

By 23 July 2014

The "Holy Grail" of operating systems could arrive in Windows 9. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has promised that Windows 9 will be one OS that works with universal apps across all devices. Nadella said, on a call to analysts: "We will streamline the next... >>