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Here's How Microsoft Could Sell Lots Of ARM Tablets To Big Companies (MSFT)

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Enterprises might get a break on Windows 8 devices with Office 15 -- if they happened to have signed a new Enterprise Agreement after mid 2011. That's speculation from Cynthia Farren, principal of a software license consulting company. While Microsoft has not yet laid out its plans for how...
Here's How Microsoft Could Sell Lots Of ARM Tablets To Big Companies (MSFT)
Microsoft sees Windows 8 as ‘rebirth’
Microsoft Surface: A new tablet and a bold strategy

Cisco Takes A Jab At Microsoft With New Skype Alternatives (MSFT, CSCO)

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Cisco sees enterprise collaboration as a $45 billion market and it is going after it with a vengeance. It announced a trio of new products today that shows how it's on a headlong collision course with Microsoft's collaboration products, Lync and Skype. Next quarter, Cisco will bring Jabber to...
Cisco Takes A Jab At Microsoft With New Skype Alternatives (MSFT, CSCO)

Hauppauge announces StreamEez to broadcast live HD video

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Hauppauge, not satisfied with only bringing DVR-like functions to the Broadway this week -- has unleashed a new box called the StreamEez that links your HD video camera to your computer for live broadcasts. HDMI or component video hook it up on the cam side, USB on the computer...
Hauppauge announces StreamEez to broadcast live HD video

Here's How Microsoft Could Sell Lots Of Windows Tablets To Big Companies (MSFT)

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Enterprises might get a break on Windows 8 devices with Office 15 -- if they happened to have signed a new license deal after mid 2011. That's one possibility raised by Cynthia Farren, principal of a software license consulting company. While Microsoft has not yet said how it will...
Here's How Microsoft Could Sell Lots Of Windows Tablets To Big Companies (MSFT)

WE'RE BLOWN AWAY: This Startup Could Literally Change The Entire Software Industry

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Startup Numecent has come out of stealth mode today with some of the most impressive enterprise technology we've seen in a decade. Plus the company is interesting for other reasons, like its business model and its founder. Numecent offers something it calls "cloud paging" and, if successful, it could...
WE'RE BLOWN AWAY: This Startup Could Literally Change The Entire Software Industry

Boot up: TechRadar's data leak, Google finds cats, Nokia's future?, and more

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Plus Apple drops virus talk, Ofcom on copyright, why Microsoft had to screw Windows Phone users and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamTechRadar site hacked passwords stolen security breached >> PC AdvisorUK tech site TechRadar tonight told its registered...
Boot up: TechRadar's data leak, Google finds cats, Nokia's future?, and more

The Really Easy Way To Get Smartphone Apps On Your PC (MSFT, GOOG)

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BlueStacks, the clever Windows software that lets you run Android on your PC, is now available for beta testing. BlueStacks runs a virtual Android window on your PC, letting you push apps from your smartphone to your PC. Not all apps are compatible, but most major ones are. Here's...
The Really Easy Way To Get Smartphone Apps On Your PC (MSFT, GOOG)
Microsoft dropping the 'Windows Live' brand, unifying its cloud services under the 'Microsoft account' identity service

Secunia PSI 3.0 Can Silently Deploy Security Patches for Windows Software

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Danish vulnerability intelligence and research firm Secunia has launched version 3.0 of its Personal Software Inspector (PSI) patch management program, which can......
Secunia PSI 3.0 Can Silently Deploy Security Patches for Windows Software

Why I Hate My Brand New Mac (APPL)

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When I joined Business Insider a few months ago, I was pretty excited to get a MacBook Pro. My kids have Macs. They love them. My friends have Macs. They love them. Macs are cool and by association Mac owners are cool, too. I've mostly used Windows and Linux...
Why I Hate My Brand New Mac (APPL)

What's coming in Microsoft's Kinect for Windows 1.5

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Microsoft plans to release the 1.5 version of its Kinect for Windows software in late May 2012....
What's coming in Microsoft's Kinect for Windows 1.5

Wanted: a system for annotating documents on screen Wanted: a system for annotating documents on screen | Ask Jack

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Nomadic11 wants a tablet for reading and marking up Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF documents on screen. Something like the old ThinkPad X61, in fact, but lighter. Given the number of teachers who now need to mark digital essays, this should be an expanding marketI am interested in using a...
Wanted: a system for annotating documents on screen Wanted: a system for annotating documents on screen | Ask Jack

To Run Windows Software on Linux, Try Wine 1.4

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The new stable release of this Windows compatibility layer adds support for Microsoft Office 2010, among many other improvements....
To Run Windows Software on Linux, Try Wine 1.4

Dell To Stop Selling Its Smartphones In The US (DELL)

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Dell can't seem to get it together in the U.S. mobile market. Dell has stopped selling smartphones in the U.S. effective immediately, reports PC World. Its Venue and Venue Pro smartphones no longer appear on the company's U.S. website. A spokesperson vaguely told PC World that Dell will some...
Dell To Stop Selling Its Smartphones In The US (DELL)

Bluestacks Inks Deal With Asus to Bundle Its Android-on-Windows Software

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Taiwanese computer maker Asus has signed a deal with startup BlueStacks to pre-load that company’s software, which allows Android apps to run on Windows computers. The pact will give Asus PC buyers six months of free access to Android apps, with an option to upgrade to BlueStacks premium options. “This...
Bluestacks Inks Deal With Asus to Bundle Its Android-on-Windows Software

Google Nexus 7 rumor roundup

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It’s been just one week since Microsoft debuted the Surface, the first tablet that not only runs on Windows software but bears the company’s branding. Now, reports abound that Google is about to make a similar move on Wednesday at its annual I/O developers’ conference by unveiling a tablet called...
Google Nexus 7 rumor roundup

Lytro: Why it might succeed in spite of its lackluster camera

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There has been a lot of hype over the now shipping Lytro “light field” camera, with the resulting let down from some who are now getting actual production units in their hand. Its odd, if iconic, shape, the lack of video, 1MP final resolution, and the effort required to make...
Lytro: Why it might succeed in spite of its lackluster camera

Software Glitch Mars Nokia’s US Re-Entry

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Nokia Corp.’s Lumia 900 smartphone was supposed to help usher in a new era for the once-dominant Finnish mobile phone giant, but a software glitch could derail the company’s splashy re-entry into the U.S. Reuters Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is banking on a new smartphone lineup based on Microsoft’s Windows...
Software Glitch Mars Nokia’s US Re-Entry

Kinect for Windows 1.5 adds 'seated' tracking

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Microsoft has just revealed that the 1.5 release of its Kinect for Windows software is coming at the end of May. The most significant change will include what Microsoft calls "seated," or 10-joint skeletal tracking that will give the Kinect cameras the ability to track the arms, head, and neck...
Kinect for Windows 1.5 adds 'seated' tracking

New Windows for ARM Chips May Get Its Own Name

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Microsoft’s high-profile decision to support two different kinds of chips with its next operating system was expected to present branding challenges. Now it’s looking like there may not be one brand but two. The company has told partners that it decided against using the name Windows 8 for software targeted...
New Windows for ARM Chips May Get Its Own Name

Free tool silently updates most Windows software

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Danish security company Secunia today released a beta version of its PSI 3.0 utility that automatically downloads updates for Windows programs and plug-ins created by thousands of third-party vendors....
Free tool silently updates most Windows software

Free Tool Silently Updates Most Windows Software

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Danish security company Secunia today released a beta version of its PSI 3.0 utility that automatically downloads updates for Windows programs and plug-ins created by thousands of third-party vendors....
Free Tool Silently Updates Most Windows Software

Avid releases video editing app for the iPad

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Apple’s iMovie mobile application has new competition when it comes to mobile video editing. Long-time digital video editing software vendor Avid has released its Avid Studio mobile video editing app for the iPad. The app is currently available in the App Store for an introductory price of $4.99 and will increase...
Avid releases video editing app for the iPad

The Virtualization Wars: Microsoft and Citrix v. VMware

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Watch this battle unfold. The virtualization wars are just getting started. On one side we have Microsoft, which announced changes in its licensing structures this week. The change reflects an understanding that the customer wants full access to its virtualization platform and not be charged a tax for that right...
The Virtualization Wars: Microsoft and Citrix v. VMware

iPad or Touchscreen Laptop Computer?

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iPad or Touchscreen Laptop Computer? is a post from Chris PirilloSo asks Andrés Pizá:After following your “coverage” of the iPad launch with the pass of the hours during your extensive review, a slight idea came to my mind: buying an iPad. I haven’t tried any Apple device enough to self-declare...
iPad or Touchscreen Laptop Computer?

Using Virtualization in Windows 7 Free Webcast

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As we all use computers over more and more years we become comfortable with software that “just works” and we want to continue using it for as long as possible.  This causes problems though as Microsoft develop new versions of Windows as, no matter how well each version of Windows...
Using Virtualization in Windows 7 Free Webcast

CUPP Computing’s PunkThis board puts Android on any laptop

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Want to double, triple, even quadruple the battery life of your laptop? Want to swap out the stale Windows software with a more flexible operating system known as Android? That’s the promise of an impending product from niche tech company CUPP Computing. Called the PunkThis board, it is easily installed...
CUPP Computing’s PunkThis board puts Android on any laptop

Must-Have Windows Software (or Windows Programs that I use)

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Must-Have Windows Software (or Windows Programs that I use)
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