Advertise here

All Posts Tagged With: "Microsoft"

Surface Tablet Computer by Microsoft, Finally!

Surface tablet computer

© Jonathan Alcorn/Bloomberg

I heard that Bill Gates had predicted the coming of tablet era years before iPad was born to the world. I have watched the video showing his futuristic imagination, and I can tell you what I heard is true. And now, more than two years after the iPad’s release, Bill Gates’ company introduces its tablet computer called Surface. Scheduled to be available later this year, the Surface tablet has a 10.6-inch display and will run Microsoft Windows 8 operating system.
Continued

Microsoft LifeCam Studio

Microsoft announced LifeCam Studio, featuring sharp HD video with Microsoft’s first true 1080p sensor. Microsoft’s newest LifeCam is also the perfect complement to Windows Live Messenger 2011, which will offer HD widescreen video calling this fall allowing people to share photos while chatting and leave video messages instead of voicemail.

Continued

New Windows Embedded Standard 7-based Family of Wyse Thin Clients is Available

Wyse Technology announced the availability of a family of desktop and mobile thin clients based on the Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7 operating system. Currently available Three new models, the powerful Wyse R90L7, mobile X90c7 and compact C90LE7 deliver enhanced security, management, and a visually rich Windows Aero experience in remote and virtual desktop environments.

Read

Xbox S Hits UK

The new category of Microsoft’s Xbox named “Xbox S” is available in UK. Featuring a dedicated Microsoft Kinect port, the Xbox S also includes integrated WiFi, a 250GB hard drive, and a super-quiet fan. Price: £199.99. Do you want it?

Read

Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 Available Globally

MICROSOFT-LOGO

Microsoft Corp. announced the release of Windows MultiPoint Server 2010, an operating system that enables multiple people to connect to a single host computer with their own monitor, keyboard and mouse through USB or a video card. Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 is now globally available to OEMs and will be rolling out to Microsoft academic volume licensing customers on March 1. In addition, Microsoft is announcing new partnerships that create a strong global ecosystem of hardware companies that give customers a breadth of choices to buy and use Windows MultiPoint Server solutions.

Continued

Microsoft’s Zune HD Coming in September

prnphotos084229.jpg

Now you can start placing pre-order Zune HD through Best Buy, Amazon, Walmart and the Microsoft Store. Available in 16GB and 32GB, the devices are priced at $219.00 and $289.99 respectively. The 16GB has black body color and the 32GB comes with platinum finish.

Continued

Bing is a-Live and Hot [WWW.BING.COM]

bing is live

Have you bing-ed your name? try it now as it’s already alive at www.bing.com. My bing’s result with keyword “my name” on the search box differ from Google’s result, to be honest the Google result is still more sensitive giving what I want. I haven’t tested many keywords, but I have heard that many testers are happy with bing’s search result. Unlike Google, Bing doesn’t comes with plain-white homepage, it’s colorful enough to catch your eyes.

Zune HD This Fall! It’s Still More Audio than Video

black-zune-hd-rm-eng.jpg

Scheduled to ship this fall, the upcoming Zune HD is mentioned as the first portable media player that combines a built-in HD Radio receiver, high-definition (HD) video output capabilities, OLED touch screen (480×272 resolution), Wi-Fi and an Internet browser.

Continued