Tag Archives | Apple

Will Windows 8 Leave OS X Trailing in its Dust?

Say what you like about Windows 8 (and who isn’t) but it’s embracing new technologies like never before.  This got me looking at Apple’s desktop operating system, OS X, and…

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Windows 7 Continues To Dig Into XP’s Market Share

Another year, another massive loss for Windows XP. It seems like consumers are finally starting to pay heed to Microsoft’s message to ditch the OS that is now well over a decade old. And while Windows XP is losing big time, Windows 7 is gaining all its market share and more.

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Microsoft Updates Windows Phone Connector for Mac

Microsoft has shipped out an update to the Windows Phone Connector for the Mac bringing the version to 2.01 with custom ringtone support and file drag-and-drop.

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Steve Jobs … The Thomas Edison of the Late 20th Century …RIP

There have been many computer geeks that have made it to the top of their profession, but none, not even Bill Gates, had the influence on the computer industry and…

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Windows Phone Connector v2.0 for Mac Released

Mac users have an updated software companion for their Windows Phone 7.5 devices now that the Windows Phone Connector for Mac has been updated to v2.0.

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Apple’s Steve Jobs Steps Down as CEO

Apple head Steve Jobs relinquished his title of chief executive officer and will take a position as chairman of the board and Apple employee.

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Windows More Secure Than OS X

Windows is still more secure than OS X contrary to popular belief. Black Hat security experts have done some investigation into the matter

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Why Apple Should Fear Steve Ballmer

Steve Ballmer has been at the head of Microsoft for over 10 years. During that time, Microsoft has grown a lot and added three new operating systems. Still it pales…

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Get Windows 7 On Your iPhone

A quick how to on getting Windows 7 on your iPhone. It’s not as good as the desktop version, but it’s a bit of fun

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Windows 7 Helping To Even Out Tablet Market…Barely

Windows 7 tablets are beginning to get more popular, but they are still not anywhere near as popular as Android or the iPad

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Want a Regularly updated Tablet OS? Buy Windows

If you are looking for a regularly updated tablet experience for 2012 there are really only two choices currently, Windows and iOS.

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Windows’ “OS X Moment” and Lifecycle Questions

Currently, Microsoft Windows has the longest development cycle of any major operating system.  At three years its 33% longer than  it’s nearest desktop equivalent, OS X and six times equivalent tablet…

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Is Microsoft the Only OS Company taking Malware and Viruses Seriously?

Microsoft have good reason to take viruses and malware seriously, more than ten years of complaints about Windows being insecure and prone to attack.  In truth though the company has…

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Amazon, Apple, and Azure: Is there is a Connection?

What is Azure? It is a data center, the end point to a Cloud service. What is Amazon Cloud? It is a data center, the end point to a cloud…

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Apple dumps Windows XP Support

Apple announced a whole raft of new products this week, but the one that’s garnered the most attention has without doubt been their new iCloud (silly name I think) cloud…

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Why OS X “Lion” Makes Sense for Windows users but might not for Mac Users

Steve Jobs unveiled a whole new raft of goodies from Apple yesterday at Apple’s worldwide developer conference, these included the next version of OS X (codenamed Lion) which will be available…

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Apple to Detail OS Updates, Cloud Service at WWDC

Apple is set to talk details on the next versions of both its major operating systems, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and iOS 5, at its Worldwide Developers Conference on…

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Ballmer on Tablets: Android Failed Approach, Apple Sucessful

Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, took to China Wednesday for a meeting where he spoke to the recent Microsoft takeover of Skype, China software piracy issues and everyone’s favorite subject — tablets.

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