Microsoft Windows 10 Release Date: May Get a July Launch

Windows 10 Secret menu to enhance user-friendliness and reduce time

With the release date of Windows 10 coming closer, rumors regarding the possible dates of unveiling the new operating system is splurging the web every now and then. While some reports claim that it will take just a week to get the new Windows launched, other reports says that it’s just a couple of month’s wait. Two dependable sources, Russian leaker Wzor and The Verge’s Tom Warren claim the flagship operating system to be launched sometimes in July. Though the official sources from the company confirmed the launch of the operating system in summer, AMD CEO Lisa Su has mistakenly reported the release to happen by the “end of July”.   Though Warren and Wzor are hinting on the release date of Windows 10, they have some differences in the details. While Warren claims the new Windows would get a public launch on July 29, Wzor reports that the new [+more]

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Microsoft Showcases Windows 10 At Computex Taiwan

Will Microsoft Stick To Snapdragon 810 Processor For Lumia 90 XL Despite Overheating Issues?

While we are getting impatient about Microsoft’s revelation for Windows 10 around July, the giant already did a showcase of the upcoming OS at Computex, Taiwan this week. The event also saw launch of the latest array of tabs, laptops and PCs from leading makers such as Dell and ASUS. Dell is set to woo us with yet another XPS series variant. Powered with Infinity edge display and taking cue from latest note-taking specs we saw on HP, this model is all set to be a winner. ASUS also revealed a new model—the Transformer Book T100HA at the event. HP is finally set to launch a hybrid of two in one variant, according to what we saw at the trade show. The revelation came from Nick Parker, Vice President, and Original Equipment Manufacturer Division at Microsoft. The tab like device with hinge functionality will allow Edge based annotation.  For the [+more]

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Apple iOS 9 Update: To Feature New Keyboard And Upgraded Siri

Apple launches iPad mini 4

With the annual Worldwide Developers Conferece (WWDC) coming closer, expectations and speculations regarding Apple products is intensifying. The web is already filled with rumors related to upcoming iPhone models and now gossips are splurging regarding new iOS 9, a new operating system from the company. The new iOS is expected to feature an upgraded Siri, code-named as Proactive, states Cnet. If reports are to be true, the new service will offer much timely and relevant data to apps like Contact, Passbook or Calendar. It is also expected to work equally well with any third-party apps. The rumors also suggest that Siri would be able to collect information from different sources and update users about the traffic conditions on the days, when events are scheduled in the calendar. iOS 9 is also expected to feature an all new keyboard, which would work both in landscape and portrait mode, reports 9 to [+more]

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Google I/O Conference 2015: Google Pleases Us With Android M, App Linking And Battery Saving Features

Facebook Records 1 Billion Users Glued To It On Thursday

Google I/O at San Francisco has been a head turner of an event after much anticipation of what Google would or could announce. Android M was the biggest revelation of the day. Though not officially christened or launched for consumers, the developers-only-version  revealsed sweeping changes to the way we see Android. Google has made vital announcements about its app permissions and has made the acess to them less complex. Therefore, you can kick off the worry of saying yes to long app permission questions. All you need to do is permit an app to use a specific feature. Chrome custom tabs were another new deal announced at the I/O Conference. With this, developers can pile up custom features that can be seen over apps. Therefore, inter-app linkage with features will now be reality. This also means quick switch over time among apps. If the previews are to be believed, then [+more]

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5 Biggest Launches At The Mobile World Congress

5 biggest launches at the Mobile World Congress

The Mobile World Congress came and went but not without some really interesting launches. The event has always lived up to its reputation of being an electrifying tech event. Like its past editions, MWC 2015 saw some of the best brands of the world gather under one roof and make their presence felt. Mobile Wold Congress 2015 saw some big launches with everything from smartphones and tablets to wearable technology. 1) Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Samsung unveiled its curved dual edged Galaxy S6 Edge at the Mobile World Congress. Among other noticeable credits to its fold, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge was awarded as the “Best New Handset” at the Mobile World Congress. 2) BlackBerry Leap BlackBerry is trying to make a formidable entry into the mobile market once again. It came up with BlackBerry Leap for its loyal clientele. The new generation launch from Blackberry has a 25-hour battery [+more]

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BlackBerry Shows Inclination Towards Touch Screen, Announces Blackberry Leap

BlackBerry shows inclination towards Touch screen, announces Leap Phone

Come April and Blackberry fans will be able to see another innovation from the company called the Leap Phone. An announcement to this effect was made by BlackBerry at the Mobile World Congress. BlackBerry has shown inclination towards touch screen technology as it announced the launching of its five inch BlackBerry Leap. The announcement to this effect was made at Mobile World Congress at Barcelona today. BlackBerry also showed teaser of a curved phone with a slider keyboard. The phone is likely to be launched later this year. Though Leap is not being seen as a flagship device, those in the business community can benefit immensely from the smart phone as it is likely to have a battery life of 25 hours. The device is all set to retail for $275 and is likely to go in for sale in Europe this April only. The devise is likely to have [+more]

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Microsoft Launches Cheapest Lumia Smartphones: Lumia 435 and Lumia 532

Microsoft to come up with its cheapest Lumia Smartphone series- Lumia 435 and Lumia 532

It seems that the success of Lumia series of smartphones has left Microsoft desiring for more. It is for this reason that the launched two of their cheapest Lumia smartphones at the IFA being held in Germany. Run on the Windows mobile 8.1 OS, these smartphones are sure something to look out for. Lumia 435 and Lumia 532 Lumia 435 is the cheapest Lumia device till date and it is expected to be priced at around $81. The second smartphone in this range, Lumia 532 will be priced at $93. Both smartphones will be rolled out to key markets in Europe. To be launched in multiple color options, these Lumia phones will be available in bright orange, bright green, black and white. Both smartphones will be available in single and dual SIM variants. Specifications The 3G Lumia 435 will have a 4-inch 800×480 LCD display along with a 1.2 GHz [+more]

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CES 2015: 4K, 5K And Curved Displays Unveiled By HP

hp 4k screen launched ces2015

With high resolution displays becoming the norm of the day, HP has come up some of these at CES 2015. The company seems to be on the expansion mode and has come up with two 4K models and the first of 5 K model in the series. HP is also launching its extra wide curved display, though users might be disappointed a bit as it does not reach 4K resolution immediately. Most of these displays to be launched by HP would be priced at under $1000. A unique fact about the two 4K models that HP is coming up is the similarity in their designs expect for their size. Z24s and Z27s are 23.8 and 27 inch in display and have an aspect ratio of 16:9 with a 4 K resolution to follow. This brings out the pixel density to be 185ppi for the Z24s model and 163 ppi for [+more]

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CES 2015: Archos To Table 4G Tablets, Smartphones

archos 4g smartphones heium tablets

Get ready for the Archos 4G tablets and Archos 4G smartphones that are likely to prove a wonderful bonanza for technology lovers at CES 2015. It is bringing a new range of 4G-ready smartphone and tablets to the event. Archos Diamond PriceCalled Archos Diamond, this 4G smartphone is priced at $200 and enjoys an octa core processor. Along with that, the smartphone sports a 5-inch 1080p IPS display and comes with 16 GB of storage and a 16 megapixel camera. Archos 4G TabletArchos, which is a France-based company has also claimed that this would be the cheapest 4G smartphone to have been launched ever. Another of its probable launches is a helium line tablet, which is also making waves ahead of its debut. The $150 Archos 80b Helium series tablet will have a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor and will have a key focus on multimedia. More in the Archos Helium [+more]

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CES 2015 Nvidia: Tegra X1 Superchip Launched for Cars, Mobile Phones

nvidia tergra x1

Nvidia has launched the Tegra X1 superchip for mobile phones. This mobile processor is expected to work much like a CPU with its 1 teraflop floating point performance. CES 2015 saw the launch of the superchip for cars and mobile phones with a quality much like a quality gaming console With Nvidia Tegra X1 were launched two new technologies for cars that would use the chip. While the Drive PX is meant for development of auto pilot capabilities, the Drive CX is meant to provide stunning car infotainment displays in the time to come. The available systems until date only allow assisted parking and that too in a specific place. Nvidia Drive PX would enable cars to find open space in a parking garage and return to pick up the driver when required. The driver can be summoned with help of a smartphone call too! In contrast, the Nvidia Drive [+more]

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