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Intel's Z3000 Bay Trail chips promise better CPU and GPU performance in tablets for lower price

Intel's Z3000 Bay Trail chips promise better CPU and GPU performance in tablets for lower price

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Intel has launched its first Silvermont processors, and they're called the Atom Z3000 "Bay Trail" series. The important thing about these chips is that Intel promises twice the CPU performance and three-times the GPU performance. Bay Trail is the codename... >>

Nokia Sirius tablet reportedly detailed: 10.1-inch screen, Windows RT and Lumia looks

Nokia Sirius tablet reportedly detailed: 10.1-inch screen, Windows RT and Lumia looks

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Nokia is ramping up to take a tablet to market, rumours have indicated for several months. The Verge adds more information to the puzzle on Monday, saying the Finnish company is launching a 10.1-inch tablet, codenamed Sirius, at a 26 September launch... >>

Nokia Windows RT tablet to launch in September, sources suggest

Nokia Windows RT tablet to launch in September, sources suggest

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While many companies are turning away from Windows RT, it seems Nokia is still looking to launch its own RT tablet device in September. An image from Chinese website Digiwo purports to show the back of a Verizon-bound red Nokia tablet, that matches the... >>

Outlook 2013 RT coming to Microsoft Surface and other tablets as part of Windows 8.1

Outlook 2013 RT coming to Microsoft Surface and other tablets as part of Windows 8.1

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Microsoft has announced it will be bringing a version of its new Outlook 2013 application to Windows RT tablets, including the Microsoft Surface and other Windows 8 slates from a variety of other hardware manufacturers. Revealed during Computex 2013 in... >>

HTC reportedly ditches 12-inch Windows 8 tablet plans, will press on with 7-inch

HTC reportedly ditches 12-inch Windows 8 tablet plans, will press on with 7-inch

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HTC has allegedly scrapped plans to release a larger screen Windows 8/Windows RT tablet this year because there has been "weak demand" for such a product. However, it is said to be pressing on with the manufacture of a 7-inch Windows RT device. News service... >>

Adobe Photoshop Express now available for Windows 8 and RT

Adobe Photoshop Express now available for Windows 8 and RT

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There are some really good apps for Windows 8 now, but they are still the exception, rather than the rule. Happily, Adobe has launched Photoshop Express to help increase the numbers of useful programmes for Windows 8 and RT users. The app, which is free... >>

Microsoft updates Surface RT speaker with louder volume, Surface Pro with Wi-Fi fix

Microsoft updates Surface RT speaker with louder volume, Surface Pro with Wi-Fi fix

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If you find yourself fancying the Surface RT, one issue you might have noticed is the incredibly quiet speaker. This can be problematic if you're engrossed in the plethora of media that's found on the web today. Luckily, Microsoft has your back, as... >>

Microsoft 'has sold 1.5M Surface units since launch'

Microsoft 'has sold 1.5M Surface units since launch'

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Microsoft has sold roughly over 1 million Surface RT and 400,000 Surface Pro units since launch, according to Dina Bass of Bloomberg, bringing the total number of Surface units to roughly 1.5 million.  Unlike Apple, Microsoft isn't keen on giving sales... >>

Twitter launches native Windows 8 and Windows RT app

Twitter launches native Windows 8 and Windows RT app

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Following a promise last October, Twitter has announced the availability of a native Windows 8 and Windows RT app. The app doesn't offer any huge features that aren't available on other platforms, featuring the obligatory Home, Connect, Discover and Me... >>

Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 and RT will now enable Flash by default

Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 and RT will now enable Flash by default

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Microsoft has announced that it will now allow Flash content to run on Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 and Windows RT devices by default, beginning 12 March.  The folks in Redmond have made the change because a number of websites now support Windows... >>