The end of Nokia era? Firm to be renamed Microsoft Mobile Oy post deal closure

Nokia-Microsoft Deal

According to report оn wmроwеruѕеr (a site that tracks developments related to windows phone) Nokia has updated its sellers about the completion of the deal by the end of April 2014. Other than this the names of Nоkіа Cоrроrаtіоn/Nоkіа Oyj wіll change tо Mісrоѕоft Mоbіlе Oу which is the legal entity for Microsoft mobiles. On completion of the deal the …

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Google Chromecast launched in India


Google Chromecast is a HDMI streaming dongle which has made its way to the Indian market after much delay. Although Google has yet not officially announced its launch but many online ecommerce giants have started showing its availability on their sites. The price on Amazon is Rs. 3099 whereas Ebay lists it at Rs. 3998. This device is incredibly small which …

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Microsoft crosses 5 million in Xbox One Sales

Xbox one

We heard Sony announcing every mark it made from 5 to 6 to 7 million sales of its Play Station 4. However, Microsoft was extremely mute and did not disclose any sales figure of its gaming console. However, after launching the Xbox One video game console in November 2013 Microsoft this Thursday shared that it reached 5 Million plus mark …

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It’s been quite a while ever since we are hearing of who is going to rule when it comes to bringing internet through sky. There was a lot of buzz about Google’s bringing internet via Project Loon where the balloon flies to high altitude and distant places and provide internet to billions of people which are not so well connected. …

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Facebook bringing Internet through Drones and Satellites


Facebook isn’t ready to put its wallet away just yet.  Reports indicate the company is in talks to buy drone maker Titan Aerospace for $60 million. It might seem like an unusual buy for the social network, but as one of the primary backers of the Internet. org initiative, it makes more sense.  (Via Mobile World Live)Internet. org strives to …

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Party time for Hackers: Microsoft ends support for Windows XP

Microsost Windows XP support ended

April 8, 2014: Microsoft has finally announced to end its support for its highly famous Windows XP that was released in October 2001. Microsoft mentioned it’s time now to invest in recent and upcoming technologies. There won’t be any assistance for Windows XP which also includes no automatic updates that helped protect your PC. If you have pre installed Microsoft …

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XBox 360

Microsoft sat in an unfamiliar position as they approached this new generation.  The Xbox 360 was a resounding success, and by many accounts bested Sony in areas like third-party support and online functionality.  The 360 – along with Xbox Live – was a symbol that Microsoft belonged in the home console space, even if they were the relative newcomer.  But …

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