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Microsoft has just announced a press event that will be held in San Francisco on March 27th. Both the event timing and location is surprising given the fact that Microsoft’s annual developer conference BUILD is going to take place in the same city after few days of this event. Microsoft is just describing the event as a “briefing and news focused…

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Reports are rolling in that Apple has messed up once again, and that their latest iOS 6.1 update is causing iPhones and iPads to overloads 2007 and 2010 Exchange Servers by constantly logging in to the server. This is of course affecting the other users of the same server, leading to IT admins asking iOS users not to upgrade to…

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I just came off reading a rather pessimistic editorial over at Michael Mace’s Mobile Opportunity blog, where he predicts that Windows 8 will fail to set the world on fire. Of course the ex-Palm VP of product planning would know quite a bit about failure, from first hand experience , but I found his arguments flawed, as it is predicated…

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Rick has written to us about the download page for the Halo WayPoint app, which is available for iOS, Android, and if you peek really closely, Windows Phone 7 also. Also the Windows Phone is not exactly front and centre in the panoply of devices, suggesting to me that either 343 does not know they work for Microsoft, or Microsoft…

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I say yes but first I have rant a little. Microsoft quietly released the Bing app for the iPad which as you can see from the review on the video above by Chris Pirillo, and a consensus of people who have tried it out on the internet, they have all concluded that it is fantastic app. I know it has…

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Microsoft latest gadget, the Kinect controller for the Xbox 360, was unveiled amid great celebration this morning in Times Square, NY city. The event featured music by R&B Singer Ne-yo and hundreds of dancers. There were other launch parties across the country with stores opening at midnight to cater for the early adopters. All in all, Microsoft did a pretty…

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Of all the companies I ever thought would a make bold move, RIM never crossed my mind as one. I had heard rumors of the firm coming out with a tablet but never really thought that it would happen. The introduction of the Blackberry Playbook yesterday put that to rest and with it, anteed up the stakes that Microsoft has…

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Doesn’t anyone else see what is so obvious to me? Or has Steve Jobs’s diabolical plan for global domination already reached a point that humans don’t even see what is happening to them? The whole iPhone (and iPod and iPad) thing is starting to sound like a 1950’s science fiction movie. If you’ve ever watched one of these now-totally-camp movies,…

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