The IFA Fair in Berlin is wonderfully suitable for delivering the first Windows 8. One of the first manufacturers to come with compatible Windows 8 phones is South Korean company, Samsung.
Samsung Ativ S is their first model with the new operating system from Microsoft and can be said that it make a good impression.
Below is a list of the main specifications of Ativ S.
Display: 4.8 “720×1280, Super AMOLED, Gorilla Glass 2;
OS: Windows Phone 8;
Processor: 1.5 GHz …
As the launch of the Windows 8 operating system draws near, Samsung has announced that it will launch three All-In-One personal computers running on the next-generation Microsoft operating system.
These will include the Samsung Series 5 All-In-One Windows 8 desktop and two variants of the Samsung Series 7 All-In-One Windows 8 desktop.
“Our new Series 7 and Series 5 All-In-One PCs are designed to meet a range of consumer needs across the home, all within highly stylized form factors that users …
Samsung has posted a sneak peek of its upcoming Windows 8 tablet which will battle it out with the in-house developed Microsoft Surface tablets.
In a post on Facebook, Samsung showed what appears to be their Windows 8 tablet with the caption “Don’t worry, it’s just around the corner.”
The photo, shown below for you, also asks people if they are “Ready to be smart?”
The tablet appears to be like the prototypes Microsoft and Samsung unveiled at the software giant’s BUILD conference …
Microsoft has started out registrations for Windows 7 users who want to upgrade to its upcoming Windows 8 operating system.
The software giant informed the public through a very short tweet on its official Twitter account that interested Windows 7 users can now register for the upgrade to Windows 8. Around 140 countries are eligible to register for the offer.
Acer is now the third largest maker of PCs worldwide after revealing its preliminary fiscal results for Q2 2012.
Regardless of its rapid rise on the rankings of the world’s top PC OEMs from fourth to third place, the Taiwanese consumer electronics giant unveiled small profits as it hardly accumulated $14.48 million, which still is an increase from the $11.2 million profit last quarter.
The financial result for the second quarter is also the second positive one since Q4 2011, when it suffered …
Microsoft has announced that Windows RT devices from Asus, Dell, Lenovo and Samsung will be there at the launch of its upcoming Windows 8 operating system.
The software giant is putting a lot of risk with its Surface tablet snapping up the limelight from Windows RT, which some longstanding and valuable partners may not find favorable.
Microsoft will try to repair its business relationship with partners by revealing that Asus, Dell, Lenovo and Samsung will have Windows RT devices available when …
The upcoming Windows 8 operating system will come with gaming certification as Microsoft cooperates with gaming companies to earn the credentials.
The software giant is current in talks with Electronic Arts (EA), as confirmed by EA COO Peter Moore, who told Bloomberg with utter excitement of the negotiations potential.
“We’re working very closely with Microsoft to understand what their views on gaming navigation. Anything that allows more platforms to be adopted quickly that have a …
Some gaming developers have expressed their unwillingness to upgrade to Windows 8. For them, Windows 8 will be another OS disaster the likes of Vista. Moreover, they are afraid that Windows will shut down Origin and Steam, and implement a Windows Store exclusivity for all of its software.
As Markus Persson, creator of Minecraft and founder of Mojang, puts it, “if Microsoft decides to lock down Windows 8,it would be very, very bad for indie games and competition in general.”
Game developers …
After doing a 180 and telling developers to stop branding apps for Windows 8 as “Metro-style”, Microsoft is now reported to be favoring using “Modern UI Style”.
The whole ruckus started when Microsoft last week stopped using “Metro”, a name it has used since it announced development of the Window 8 operating system, because of a possible trademark
Microsoft has announced that its upcoming Windows 8 operating system will carry over the “Do Not Track” privacy feature in its Internet Explorer 10 web browser and will turn it on by default. However, users will have the option to turn off the setting during the first boot.
Do Not Track (DNT) allows web browser users to prefer not to be tracked by online ads and websites, including web analytics services that they have no interest of visiting.
Popular web browsers such as Google …