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Trident Case Introduces New Slim And Protective Cyclops Case For Microsoft Surface Pro 3

Submitted by on Mon, 08/12/2014 - 18:04
Trident Case, a leading manufacturer of stylishly designed but rugged mobile phone and tablet cases, today announced the introduction of its new Cyclops case for the Microsoft Surface™ Pro 3, which is designed to protect the tablet from drops, spills, dirt and moisture. “Trident’s new Cyclops cases for the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet is Continue Reading
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Tech on TV: 90210 Goes Surface

Submitted by on Wed, 12/12/2012 - 17:30
The Microsoft Surface tablet sure has been making the TV rounds lately. Last week i spooted one on Hawaii 5-0. This week one showed up on the remake of Beverly Hills 90210. In one scene (shown above) the Surface was given as a gift by Annie to her “boyfriend” and Skype was mentioned several times Continue Reading
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Tech on TV: Hawaii 5-0 Says Aloha to the Microsoft Surface

Submitted by on Tue, 20/11/2012 - 17:30
In it’s first season the all new Hawaii 5-0 frequently used the iPhone in its episodes.  From Facetime calls to emailing pictures for analysis the iPhone 4 was a regular guest star in the show.  This season however, the Hawaii based crime drama, seems to have made the move to Windows.  I’ve already spotted both Continue Reading
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Review: Nokia Lumia 800

Submitted by on Sun, 22/01/2012 - 17:16
I’ve been an iPhone user since the 3G and when my iPhone 4 was broken I had a good look at the market to see what was available and a bit different to the rest of the competition.  In this search I came across the NOKIA LUMIA 800, which although ran Windows Phone 7, brought Continue Reading
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Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 3 ToHave A Monthly Subscription Fee?

Submitted by on Tue, 31/05/2011 - 12:00
This rumor has been spreading like wild fire and it sounds like it is going to be true. Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 3 will feature a new service called Call Of Duty Elite.  Elite will allow customers to gain access too extra stat-tracking and downloadable map packs. The features of Elite are being described as Continue Reading
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Microsoft Compares MacBook Air to... A Bunch of NetBooks???

Submitted by on Sun, 08/05/2011 - 13:00
In Microsoft’s latest attempt to win over Mac users the company has launched a new campaign called “Do the Math” where they compare Macs to similarly equipped PC computers. That’s all fine until you get to the part about the MacBook Air, where they’ve put it up against netbook computers from Toshiba and HP. The Continue Reading
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Microsoft Fanboys - Circle March 15 on Your Calendars

Submitted by on Tue, 08/03/2011 - 10:00
Microsoft’s public relations firm has alerted the members of the press to block off 9am – 10:30am on March 15th for a “major” announcement from Microsoft. Speculation is running rampant throughout the interwebs, ranging from the launch of Internet Explorer 9 or a glimpse of Windows 8 to a revamped Xbox 360 or something else Continue Reading
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Don't Expect Windows for Tablets Until 2012

Submitted by on Sun, 06/03/2011 - 12:00
Bloomberg Businessweek is reporting that Microsoft will not be releasing a tablet-centric version of Windows until 2012, most likely in time for the back-to-school shopping season. In the meantime, Microsoft is also working to add functionality to Windows 7 specific to tablets, such as touch-screen capabilities and better battery life management. If these timelines hold Continue Reading
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Internet Explorer 6 - It still exists?!

Submitted by on Sun, 06/03/2011 - 10:00
There weren’t many fans of Internet Explorer 6.  It was clunky, crashed a lot and looked absolutely horrid, and Microsoft is taking steps to eradicate the out-of-date browser and replace it with their newer iterations of Internet Explorer, IE8 & IE9.  According to Microsoft’s sources, 12% of internet users around the world still use Internet Continue Reading
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Google Officially Launches Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office

Submitted by on Sun, 27/02/2011 - 12:00
Since November of last year, Google has been beta-testing their Cloud Connect service for Microsoft Office. Now, Google has moved the service out of beta and has deemed it ready for primetime. To take advantage of the free service, users download a plug-in for Microsoft Office that installs a new toolbar. After authenticating with their Continue Reading
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