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Microsoft surpasses 200 million Windows 8 licences
"We’ve surpassed 200 million licenses now on Windows 8, which is pretty stunning."
Apple eats through Microsoft's PC stock
If you label computers as devices on which people actually conduct their business, then recents findings suggest Apple leads the way.
WeChat becomes fastest growing social application...
A mobile social communication app designed for smartphone users, WeChat is the world’s fastest growing social app with over 100 million registered accounts internationally.
Windows XP EOS - SMB Checklist
With only two months left before Windows XP reaches End of Support, Microsoft has offered advice to SMB owners who are still wrestling with how to make the jump from Windows XP to a modern operating system.
METRO to be removed from Windows desktops?
It seems Microsoft has finally realised that Metro isn’t right for the desktop.
Windows 8.1 says ‘Hasta la Vista baby!’ to old OS
Windows 8.1 is growing in popularity, passing Windows Vista for the first time since Microsoft launched its revamped version in October last month.
NZ software and tech updates may be doing more harm than good
New Zealand business owners should not let themselves be seduced or frightened into adopting the latest in information technology advances which, due to the speed of progress, can sometimes do more harm than good.
Window of opportunity as Phablet shipments set to smash 120m mark?
The Phablet, once perceived to have limited potential, will ship over 120 million units by 2018, with the OS market dominated by two major players, Android and Windows.
Good Technology offers free customer BlackBerry migration
Good Technology reveals new ‘Migrate Now' program, aimed at removing financial barriers for BlackBerry customers wishing to move now to mobile platforms like iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
Record-breaking Microsoft smashes Surface sales
"The investments we are making in devices and services that deliver high-value experiences to our customers, and the work we are doing with our partners, are driving strong results and positioning us well for long-term growth."
Review: Wacom Intuos Pro Medium
I was excited to have a go with the Wacom Pro graphics tablet. I'd had a small version when I used to work in photo editing and I wanted to see the progression they'd made. Using tablets made my creativity so much easier to transfer to the image. Did it deliver?
HP slaps up Microsoft with Windows 7 ad
Windows 7 is back by popular demand, if you ask the guys at HP HQ that is...
Review: Rapoo E6700 Bluetooth Keyboard
The Rapoo E6700 keyboard is the newest release from the fast growing Chinese manufacturer’s stable. How does it stack up in day to day use?
Sun not yet set on Microsoft's Windows XP support threat
"Our goal is to provide great antimalware solutions for our consumer and business customers. We will continue to work with our customers and partners in doing so..."
Windows 9 in line as Microsoft drops Windows 8 flops?
"To distance itself from the Windows 8 debacle, Microsoft is currently planning to drop the Windows 8 name and brand this next release as Windows 9…"
Yet another Windows executive leaves Microsoft...
Following on from Jon DeVaan's Microsoft retirement earlier this week, Redmond's head of software testing has also cut his losses.
Android out in front as device market braces for 2.5 billion unit sales
Worldwide combined shipments of devices, including PCs, tablets, ultramobiles and mobile phones, are projected to reach 2.5 billion units in 2014, a 7.6 percent increase from 2013.
AMD and BlueStacks Collaboration Brings Full Android OS Experience to Windows PCs
AMD has announced a new milestone in their collaboration with BlueStacks, a joint solution that brings the complete Google Android OS experience to Microsoft Windows- based tablets, 2-in-1s, notebooks and desktops.
Into the Dead now available for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone
Game publisher PikPok has announced that their original title, Into the Dead, is now available for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone.
Microsoft NZ: Windows 8.1 reaches over 130,000 apps
Windows 8.1 is Windows 8 made better, with major improvements in personalization, Search, in-built apps from Microsoft, the Windows Store, app multi-tasking, and the return of the Start Button...
Microsoft NZ: "Windows 8.1 is Windows 8 made better"
That's the view of Dean Edwards, Microsoft New Zealand's Surface Manager, who believes Windows 8.1 represents a new era for the software giant.
Microsoft considers one Windows fits all approach
"We have the Windows Phone OS. We have Windows RT and we have full Windows. We're not going to have three."
Nokia follows Microsoft's lead… bashes Apple's iPad
In a bid to promote the new Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet, Nokia has taken a leaf out of Microsoft's book - by shamelessly bashing Apple's iPad.
Celebrating 30 years of Windows
Both iconic and significant in the evolution of personal computing, on November 10, 1983, Bill Gates introduced Windows.