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Monthly archive December, 2012

Yahoo Mail app for Windows 8 launches as part of a revamp of its service

The old Yahoo Mail is still going strong. A Comcast estimate recently puts the number of loyal Yahoo Mail followers to around 298 Million, something that should come as a novel surprise to one and all. In order to thank and reward those loyal followers Read More →

NORAD Tracks Santa app launches in the Windows Store

If you were planning to track down Santa this Christmas Eve then the recently launched NORAD Windows 8 app for tracking Santa is what you should give your search a kick start. The North American Aerospace Defense Command recently launched this app which has a countdown clock and Read More →

Microsoft Surface Tablet Does Not Contribute Much Internet Traffic

A recent study revealed that the Microsoft Surface tablet was barely used to surf the internet, according to cnet.com.

The study was conducted by an ad network that monitors internet traffic, Chitika. Chitika evaluated tablet impressions numbering tens of millions from its network in Canada and the Read More →

The Next at Microsoft blog app makes it way to the Windows 8 store

The Next at Microsoft blog is an innovative way in which Microsoft communicates with its customers. While largely the blog vetoes and repeats what Microsoft has already let everybody known via its press releases, there are certain aspects and news which the author Steve Clayton prefers to highlight. Read More →

Bands, this is your chance to instant fame!

Microsoft has been promoting the Surface contest wherever and however they can. The recent attempt was at a Venice, California holiday bash for Hollywood actors held earlier this week.  It seems that after their brethrens at Hollywood, it is the turn of the music industry for Microsoft’s next Read More →

Microsoft ready to patch Surface RT for the next big step?

Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday event has always been considered as the event when it comes to upgrades for all Microsoft software products. This Tuesday the scheduled event, which is going to be the last time Microsoft gets to update its products in 2012, is being considered as an especially Read More →

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