Monthly archive August, 2012

Sony Confirms Leaked Information

Confirming the leak this week, Sony has issued a press release stating the company has a Windows 8 Tablet hybrid on the horizon. The release listed all the features and specs of the Sony VAIO Duo 11; both in common with and different from Read More →

Improved Targeting Of New Office Apps For Windows 8 Touch Devices

In my last post we discussed why touch responsiveness is necessary to make the application appealing, efficient and user-friendly. We are discussing different parts of touch-friendly Office 2013 apps that have gone major change in order Read More →

Thin Is In, Samsung Ativ Tab Announced In Berlin

Microsoft Surface Competitors have begun coming out of the woodwork lately and Samsung has just weighed in with its main contender. The company presented the Samsung Ativ Tab today at the IFA (International Franchise Association) event in Berlin, Germany. With complete Windows 8 functionality, Read More →

Sony Windows 8 Hybrid on the Horizon

In an exclusive interview with Jaime Rivera, from pocketnow, a Sony contact has mentioned the company has got a Windows 8 VAIO hybrid (with an 11-inch screen) and an Android tablet update in its pipeline. Both unit types will be in direct competition with Read More →

Microsoft Spokesperson: Privacy Concerns Exaggerated

Surface Tablet Security came into question last week when Nadim Kobeissi, a Canadian security researcher, proclaimed that Microsoft's SmartScreen technology posed some privacy concerns. Kobeissi alleges that the technology, which is intended to warn users about installing malicious software, Read More →

Touch Responsiveness Of New Office Apps For Windows 8 Touch Devices

Since the launch of the Surface tablet Microsoft has been revamping and refactoring its applications so as to make them best suited for touch devices running Windows 8, mainly targeting UX of Surface users. We have also covered some Microsoft applications that have been Read More →

Back to top