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Microsoft could be working on expanding its 2016 Surface Tablet lineup

by | Friday, August 28, 2015 | 0 comment(s)
Microsoft could be working on expanding its 2016 Surface Tablet lineup

According to rumors originating from Microsoft's supply chain in Taiwan, the company has begun ordering 13 inch and 14 inch touchscreen displays, that could be used in the production of two bigger versions of the Surface tablet.

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Microsoft Windows Hello is officially the most secure face recognition system on Windows laptops

by | Wednesday, August 26, 2015 | 0 comment(s)
Microsoft Windows Hello is officially the most secure face recognition system on Windows laptops

Last week, senior technology journalist Chris Griffith, from The Australian has finally answered the question on everybody’s mind about just how well Windows Hello performs when it comes to identical twins.

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20 years ago today: Microsoft Windows 95 and the home computing revolution.

by | Monday, August 24, 2015 | 0 comment(s)
20 years ago today: Microsoft Windows 95 and the home computing revolution.

Windows 95 was released with a brand new tagline, which was, interestingly enough, rather telling of the future of Microsoft’s mobile-first approach, which didn’t happen until after Satya Nadella took the helm of the company, steering it back in alignment with a world focused on smartphones, tablets and ultraportable PCs.

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Microsoft October event is about to shape the company's future as a device maker

by | Saturday, August 22, 2015 | 0 comment(s)
Microsoft October event is about to shape the company's future as a device maker

Ever since the unveiling of Windows 10, Microsoft has invested heavily on hardware, which is an indication that, while Microsoft is still very much a software-first company, devices have become increasingly important, not only to Microsoft, but to consumers as well.

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