Microsoft Readies Windows XP Mode Virtualization for Manufacturing

October 2, 2009, By Atul Roach

Microsoft wants to ensure that the shortcomings of the Windows Vista do not mar the future of the upcoming Windows Seven and therefore it has readied the Windows XP Mode Virtualization . Also, it realizes that the XP was its best operating system until date and therefore it is important to develop a virtualization process […]

Microsoft Security Essentials Becomes Avaialable, Download it Today

September 29, 2009, By Alex Ion

Those who missed the limited public beta period for the Microsoft Security Essentials free antivirus software, should know that the application is expected be publicly available today, September 29. Announced last year as a free substitute to the paid Windows Live OneCare and a superset of Windows Defender, Microsoft released a Beta version to the […]

Apple Unveils iTunes 9, Looks Neat

September 9, 2009, By Atul Roach

Today, Apple have unveiled iTunes 9 — one of the biggest developments which was expected from the Rock and Roll event — and we must say that it looks pretty neat! Full iTunes 9 Features Improved store navigation, including persistent navigation menu. Full window iTunes store. For times when that sidebar is just too much. […]

Apple Snow Leopard Upgrade Downgrades Adobe Flash Player Version

September 3, 2009, By Atul Roach

All you Mac owners would have got your copy of the Leopard upgrade-Snow Leopard-by now and just in case you did not notice, there is a major glitch with the OS X nature which is something not customary, as it primarily is an upgrade. It does claim to be the most advanced operating system in […]

TomTom GPS Application on iPhone goes global

August 17, 2009, By Atul Roach

There was certainly a lot of hype about the TomTom GPS navigation application going global but all the anxiety has been curbed by the prices that one would have to pay. The app is available at App Stores in many parts of the world that primarily includes US, Canada and the Europe and more countries […]

ISRO’s Bhuvan Earth to take on Google Earth

August 13, 2009, By Atul Roach

The Indian Space & Research Organization has gone ambitious with the launch of Bhuvan (means earth in Sanskrit)-a satellite mapping tool from ISRO which is ready to pose a challenge to the likes of Google Earth (primarily) and Wikimapia in general. The current Beta version is the basis for a web-based tool which was launched […]

Upcoming OS X Update-Version 10.6 Snow Leopard Available for Pre-Order on Amazon

August 3, 2009, By Atul Roach

Apple is yet announce a specific date in September when the Snow Leopard will be released. However, for the types that are fostered into decision making purely because of their anxiety can opt for pre-order. The pre-order for the upcoming OS X Update version 10.6 Snow Leopard is listed on Amazon and those excited enthusiasts […]

First Look at the Windows Phone Mobile OS [Latest Microsoft OS for Cellphones]

August 2, 2009, By Atul Roach

For starters, we absolutely despise the name Windows Phone and more so the shortened version-WinPho, we suppose. Getting beyond the the grave sadness generated from the nomenclature, the first details of the Windows Phone OS (the latest OS for cellphones from Microsoft) have hit the web and here we are with a few of them. […]

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