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Microsoft Covers Up Windows 8 Holes with Windows 8.1

Windows 8 creator Steven Sinofsky has expressed his happiness with the way his creation has turned out. The former Microsoft Windows boss said he never expected Windows 8 to sell that fast and make a notable growth in a short Read More →

Era of Digital World – Online Marketing and QR Codes

We are just a couple of years far from the greatest of all online marketing technology and that is the use of a QR code for redirecting online traffic to out online business portals. Online marketing has just boosted because Read More →

Sun upgrades Sun Plan 1699 for Samsung Galaxy SIII

Sun has been a rival for both Globe and Smart, two giant telecommunication companies. Now that Sun is battling them, they have also acquired the rights to sell lines for Samsung Galaxy SIII, the newest quad-core Android powered phone. Both Read More →

Apple took over European ban on Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7

A ruling from the Dusseldorf Higher Regional Court in Germany just turned a new page in the on-going legal battle between Apple and Samsung. Although Samsung’s redesigned Galaxy Tab 10.1N, is cleared, but the German ban on the smaller Galaxy Read More →

Apple will ditch the old iPhone connector to give way to the mini one

Apple’s iPhone 5 is expected to be on sale this coming October. It is also expected to have a 19-pin connector port at the bottom instead of the proprietary 30-pin port “to make room for the earphone moving to the bottom”. What Read More →

Dell to launch Sputnik, an Ubuntu developer laptop

Dell launched an experiment this year to determine whether they could build a good Linux laptop for software developers. The movement is coded Project Sputnik, which pairs XPS13 Ultrabooks with Ubuntu 12.04. The Ubuntu 12.04 was just released this year. For Read More →
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