Early Tuesday, PC World is reporting that Microsoft has accidentally leaked a Windows 9 ‘Coming Soon” post on social media.
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According to a web site called Re/code, Apple is prepping to have a special event on September 9th.
Samsung is supposed to pay Microsoft (MSFT, Tech30) a royalty for every Android smartphone it sells. That’s part of a patent-sharing agreement the two companies negotiated in 2011. But Microsoft claims that Samsung failed to pay it on time last fall and is refusing to pay interest on the late payment.
“After spending months trying to resolve our disagreement, Samsung has made clear in…
Early Tuesday, Apple introduced new MacBook Pros with a faster processor, Retina display, CD/DVD Superdrive, and larger RAM choices and more for a price cut of just $1,099.00 (cutting the price to $100.00 off the older models). For more information, click here.
Most of what the company revealed shows that the device may have many of the same features as its competitors’ smartwatches — a touchscreen, an accelerometer, a GPS receiver, Bluetooth, and alerts via vibration. The iWatch connects to a mobile device,…
According to The Verge, that is claiming that they have obtained a Screenshot of the new Start menu in the upcoming Windows 9 operating system.
“Microsoft provided an early look at its new Start Menu for a future version of Windowsearlier this year, but freshly leaked screenshots are offering an even closer look at the company’s progress towards its major desktop revamp. Two screenshots have emer…
Early Friday, Amazon.com announced Kindle Unlimited. The service allows a customer to pay one flat fee in order to download thousands of ebooks, audiobooks, etc.
A few days ago, we reportedthat Microsoft’s new CEO was getting ready for a big shakeup at Microsoft.
The ax has come down that the company will be eliminating 18,000 jobs (about 14% of their workforce) over the coming months. This comes as the company is trying to gain its footing after the lackluster sales of its Windows 8 operating system.
The layoffs are the most ever in the company’s…