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In January 2015, Microsoft discontinued support of Windows 7, releasing Windows 10 and allow users to upgrade for free
It is no secret that Microsoft pays more attention to the development of the desktop operating system Windows 10, but throw
Date: 22/11/16 Global Notebook Shipments to Drop 4.5% Annually in 2017
Global notebook shipments for 2016 is estimated to decline by 4% compared with the prior year to around 157.9 million units,
Microsoft confirmed that the software giant will not be providing extended support to Office users who are still using Office 2007.
Date: 16/11/16 AImotive demos recognition software for self-driving cars
AImotive is introducing a suite of software for self-driving cars. The Budapest, Hungary-based company that was previously known as
Date: 02/11/16 Microsoft stops sales of Windows 7 Professional to OEMs
Microsoft has quietly put an end to sales of Windows 7 licenses to computer makers, marking a major milestone for the seven-year-old OS.
Computers that harvest energy from radio waves, solar energy, heat and vibrations have tremendous technological potential.
If you’re a Skype user on a Windows phone and your Skype looks like the above, Microsoft no longer supports your device as of this month.
Date: 17/10/16 Microsoft officially releases Windows Server 2016
Microsoft has made the release-to-manufacturing (RTM) versions of Windows Server 2016 and System Centre 2016 officially available
By improving the efficiency with which computer processors find and retrieve the data they need from memory, researchers from
Date: 28/09/16 Windows 10 now on 400 million devices
Microsoft’s self-installing Windows 10 operating system has reached the 400 million mark, the firm announced at its Ignite
The company Net Applications has released statistics on worldwide operating system market for personal computers by
Date: 05/09/16 Apple discontinues support for iPhone 4
iPhone 4 was unveiled by Apple almost 6 years ago and has become an iconic machine for the company.
Date: 02/08/16 Windows 10 passes 20% market share
One year after its release, Windows 10 has passed 20 percent market share.
The networking giant's 2016 Midyear Cybersecurity Report concludes that the next wave of ransomware is expected to be more pervasive and resilient.