Windows 10 Technical Preview now available, here’s how to download it

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Windows 10 Technical Preview now available, here’s how to download it

Microsoft unveiled its forthcoming operating system Windows 10 at an event in San Francisco last night. The new operating system will be released sometime after Build 2015 developer conference which is scheduled for April 2015. But if you can’t wait that long, there is a “Technical Preview” of the operating system you can take out for a whirl right now. More →
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Why did Microsoft call its next operating system Windows 10, and not Windows 9?

By on October 1, 2014 at 2:37 PM.

Why did Microsoft call its next operating system Windows 10, and not Windows 9?

Microsoft announced the new version of Windows operating system last night at an event in San Francisco. But instead of calling it Windows 9 — the moniker many of us had expected and speculated for months — Microsoft decided to go one step further, and call it Windows 10. But why did the company skip Windows 9 altogether? More →
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10 new features of Windows 10

By on October 1, 2014 at 10:53 AM.

10 new features of Windows 10

Late last night, Microsoft unveiled the next version of the Windows operating system, Windows 10. The company says that the new operating system is designed to run across a wide range of devices, including desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets, servers, as well as tiny Internet of things devices. “Windows 10 will deliver the right experience at the right time on the right device,” Microsoft's operating systems chief Terry Myerson said. However, Windows 10 isn’t fully designed yet. At the event, Microsoft demonstrated several new features of the operating system, but noted that this is just the scratch of the surface it plans to ship with the final version of Windows 10, which ships next year. That said, let’s look at the 10 best features of Windows 10 that Microsoft demonstrated at the event yesterday. More →
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Google’s modular Project Ara smartphones to run on a modified version of Android L, ships early next year

By on September 30, 2014 at 4:01 PM.

Google’s modular Project Ara smartphones to run on a modified version of Android L, ships early next year

Google’s ambitious Project Ara, the modular swap-the-components-as-you-like smartphone, will run on a modified version of the forthcoming Android L operating system and ship in early 2015, Paul Eremenko, the head of Project Era announced on the company’s website. More →
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Microsoft to unveil Windows 9 tonight, here are all its features

By on September 30, 2014 at 2:11 PM.

Microsoft to unveil Windows 9 tonight, here are all its features

Microsoft will take the wraps off Windows 9, the next iteration of company’s desktop operating system at an event in San Francisco tonight. At the event, Windows operating system chief Terry Myerson and Windows Phone head Joe Belfiore will talk about the future of Windows. At the event, the company is also expected to release the “technical preview” of Windows 9. While Microsoft has remained tight lipped about the features it is including in the latest desktop operating system, several leaks from earlier this month have given us enough ideas of what to expect from the new operating system. Here’s a brief rundown of what you should expect. More →
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Apple reportedly working on three iOS 8 updates, will this be a shift to its regular update cycle?

By on September 30, 2014 at 11:54 AM.

Apple reportedly working on three iOS 8 updates, will this be a shift to its regular update cycle?

Apple released iOS 8 earlier this month, which was quickly followed by the release of a pair of minor updates to squash bugs from its mobile operating system. And now we are already seeing evidence that the company is working on some larger updates, namely iOS 8.1, 8.2, and 8.3, 9to5Mac reports. More →
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Adobe brings ‘streaming’ Photoshop to Chrome OS, runs over a high-speed network

By on September 30, 2014 at 9:16 AM.

Adobe brings ‘streaming’ Photoshop to Chrome OS, runs over a high-speed network

The Chrome OS is a nice alternative to Windows and Mac OS X if all a user does is check emails, write and edit documents, surf the Web, watch videos, and run some Android apps. But until now, that has been all one could do on Google’s desktop operating system. More →
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‘India’s software technology exports rising 8 to 10 percent yearly’

By on September 29, 2014 at 2:12 PM.

‘India’s software technology exports rising 8 to 10 percent yearly’

India's exports from the Software Technology Parks (STP) across India are rising at a pace of 8 to 10 percent annually and would further increase in the upcoming years as the industry spreads across the country, a senior sector official said. More →
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‘Windows TH’ name accidentally revealed on Microsoft’s preview site ahead of September 30 event

By on September 28, 2014 at 1:27 PM.

‘Windows TH’ name accidentally revealed on Microsoft’s preview site ahead of September 30 event

Microsoft accidentally published its Windows Technical Preview website ahead of its September 30 event. The preview website also revealed the name “Windows TH,” which could be a temporary name before the company reveals the official name, The Verge reports. More →
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