On July 3, 2012 By Charles Tian
According to a report from Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Apple is trying to end competition from other companies in the tablet market who are aiming for tablets that are smaller than the iPad (such as the Kindle Fire and other tablets that are around 7″ wide in screen size.) BusinessWeek reports that it’s getting its information from two people who wished to remain anonymous, but apparently were in the know about this supposed new tablet.Read More →
Two new surveys from comScore and NetMarketShare show Apple’s continued growth in both the smartphone and tablet markets, aided in part by the falling in market share from Research in Motion. Additionally, Google also gained market share recently, again aided by Research in Motion’s falling number of users.Read More →
A new rumor from BGR, a website covering a variety of tech topics, is claiming that Microsoft is currently working on porting its popular Office suite of desktop productivity apps to Android and iPad tablets. This rumor was earlier also mentioned by The Daily.
According to the rumors, Microsoft will be launching these tablet [...]Read More →
On December 12, 2011 By Charles Tian
Microsoft OneNote, the software that comes with Microsoft’s office suite used as an (aptly-named) note taking tool, has today hit the iPad after previously being released for just the iPhone/iPod Touch. The iPad app comes with quite a sleep interface, with a great user interface as well as the ability to sync notes using wifi. OneNote is free, but only for creating and editing up to 500 notes. If you think 500 won’t be enough for you, you can unlock unlimited notes through an in-app purchase.Read More →
On November 26, 2011 By Charles Tian
There’s been a lot of debate online recently regarding Microsoft’s TellMe, a program built into its phones which performs similarly to Siri, the newest and one of the most impressive features in the new iPhone 4S. Siri, which allows you to control your phone using only your voice, makes it easy to do things such as schedule appointments, send text messages, search the web, or find information. To find out which program performs better, a YouTuber ran a side-by-side test with a Windows phone and the iPhone, asking both phones to perform some tasks. Let’s see how it went down:Read More →
On September 13, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
Today, Microsoft officially unveiled its newest Windows 8 operating system – and from the looks of it, it’s almost completely different than anything we’ve seen from Microsoft ever.
The new OS “reimagines” Microsoft software by introducing the new “Metro” system – which is optimized for touch screen and full page apps, but also functions just like in the past with a traditional mouse and keyboard.Read More →
With Steve Jobs resigning as CEO being big news recently, let’s take a look at how exactly he got started with Apple Computer Inc and how far it has come since the decades after its inception. The story is not only one of Steve’s, but also one of Android, Microsoft, and, of course, Darth Vader. Along the way, Jobs allies with Tim Cook to obliterate all competition and bring Apple to where it is today. Folks, here’s the life and career of Steve Jobs.Read More →
Huge news today, as Google has suddenly announced that it was going to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion.
Apparently, the internet giant is using this acquisition in order to add a new hardware arm to push forward its Android platform. Google paid $40 per share in cash for Motorola’s shares, a 63% premium over Friday’s closing price.Read More →