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Why Surface Can Fail

The new tablet by Microsoft has hit the headlines of all major tech media and seems to have sparked a real big hype around the device. The tech journalists have meticulously described all the known features of the new device, the Web is teeming with fotos and hand-ons of the new device. All, in al... (read more)

 

Blog by BlackDragon  → 

A New Toy by Microsoft

Microsoft's Surface

The recent announcement made by Microsoft was about a new product, which is not just another software release.

The company is bringing to life its own tablet with powerful hardware (also developed by the company). As Microsoft team present it — it is to be a full desktop computer in the form ... (read more)

 

Blog by Anna  → 

A new social network by Microsoft

I wonder whether there is still some space for a new social network. Microsoft thinks so. It has quietly launched So.cl, which it describes as a social-search tool to share information and meet people with common interests.

So.cl is an experimental research project focused on the future of social experiences and learning, especially among younger people
Microsoft said Monday in an e-mail.

The tool was launched late last year for s... (read more)

 

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The cyber Mafia is all around

Microsoft takes an active part in the fight against cybercrime. Microsoft employees raided two Web hosting companies on Friday. The company seized command and control servers and hundreds of websites used by the cyber Mafia to steal more than $100 million over the past five years. Usually such measures are done by the... (read more)

 

Blog by Vivien_Leigh  → 

Move your hand - control your PC

We've been looking forward to a gesture-controlled app for a long time. That's it, it has happened: there's a program 'Microsoft's Kinect system' able to recognize some sound waves and react to them. The list of motions is not very impressive but still: the application 'understands' scrolling, fast and slow single and double ... (read more)

 

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British are c**ts, Google, you say?

Ammy Winehouse

Apparently, Google is now swearing at our young offsprings and they are glad to exploit this bug feature as much as they can while it lasts. Last December when searching to „define: British person“, Google would return that those islanders are all c**ts. This wasn't entirely Google's fault since thei... (read more)

 

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No News from Microsoft

Know what I've noticed recently? There's no big news from Microsoft. No, not that there is no news from Redmond at all, but it's all small stuff: 'We're planning this and that… Windows 8 will be out around October… We're having some new interesting perspectives in sight...'

But it's nothing interes... (read more)

 

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Chrome Rocks!

An epic article has been published on CNet today. Not that it is written in an especially talented way or couldcompete with Shakespeare's in emotional impact it has upon you.

Howbeit, it is epic, because it marks a milestone event in the history of Google Chrome. As a devoted fan of this browser, I knew from the ... (read more)