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Leveling the Viewing Field: Microsoft Surface vs. IPad 3 Screen Resolution

One of the major debates in the tech world at the moment pertains to screen resolution and graphics. The question on the table is, “Which device has the best screen resolution: the new iPad (iPad 3) or the Microsoft Surface”? There are two Read More →

Can’t Live With ‘Em, Can’t Live Without ‘Em: NFC and GPS

If you view the specifications of the Surface tablets at Microsoft’s home page, you will notice that Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, and ClearType are three technologies Microsoft placed within its new Surface tablet. Near Field Communication (NFC) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) are two current Read More →

The Forerunner of the Microsoft Surface RT Tablet: Skype for Windows 8

Windows RT is a more scaled-down version of Windows 8, as many tech writers have noticed in days past. However, Skype is one of the few applications on Windows RT that will also exist on Windows 8 when the Surface Pro tablet Read More →

Surface RT vs. Surface Pro: Help Me Choose!

Sean Hollister wrote in an article at The Verge last week that Microsoft’s customer service leaves much to be desired for individuals who want a Windows 8 device. The new Microsoft Surface RT tablet, having sold out in its pre-order week, does not come with Windows 8; Read More →

Improved Typing In Office Apps For Windows 8 Touch Devices

Typing on a virtual keyboard or screen keyboard on a tablet has always been a challenge. Yes, it is easy to type on iPad and we can type at considerable speed but as the tablet size decreases it becomes hard to type faster. Also a Read More →

Improved Selection Of Text And Objects In The New Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office has gone through major changes in its design to fit properly on touch devices running Windows 8. These changes are made so as to increase the user experience and give users the best experience of touch they ever had. Office Read More →

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