There have been esimates that when Microsoft releases Office for the iPad, likely later this month, it could end up bringing in billions of additional dollars to Microsoft's coffers. Is that hype and overkill, it will it really add that much to Microsoft's bottom line? It's widely expected that on March 27, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella… Continue reading Will Office for the iPad really bring Microsoft billions?
The Web as we know it have been born and matured on computers, but as it turns out now, computers no longer have dominance in it. According to a recent report by analyst Mary Meeker, mobile devices running iOS and Android now account for 45 percent of browsing, compared to just 35 percent for Windows… Continue reading Is Mobile Internet becoming the Internet?
Much was written and heard about Windows 8 before its release and there were many rumors around it. Finally October 26, it has arrived. Microsoft announced that the cost for online upgrade will be only $39.99 and approves that it will be compatible with previous operating systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. In… Continue reading Are you upgrading to Windows 8?
With the start of 2012, there are some strong trends that are changing the game industry in a big way. We take a look at some of them and what to expect. Smartphones and tablets are changing the portable gaming market in a big way. Although most games on iOS and Android are smaller experiences… Continue reading Trends for the Game Industry in 2012
We all have heard that Windows 8 will have more tablet and touch-like features and that it will erase the interminable boot up time that it currently takes a PC to start up. Windows 8 will be available for desktops, laptops, and tablets. However W8 is not such a good thing as it seems to… Continue reading Windows 8: Five reasons people might want to stay away