Eight tech giants have joined hands Monday to reform the US Government’s surveillance practices. To start the public campaign, the web firms- Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, AOL, Yahoo and LinkedIn- have set-up an alliance called Reform Government Surveillance group.
It’s just been a few days since the Xbox One's launch and already gamers are experiencing issues with the console.
Given that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is on his way out, the company has been looking for his successor for a while now.
Windows 8 was radically different from the earlier version; Windows 7. On the other hand, the latest version Windows 8.1 appears to have incorporated modest changes than Windows 8.
It can be termed as a classic case of adding insult to injury.
The hackers will be again rubbing their hands in glee as they peer closely at the Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system, cautions a German government technology agency!
In its bid to curb piracy, Microsoft now offers Office 365 University for the students enrolled in accredited colleges across the length and breadth of India.
Microsoft goes bighearted over the Office productivity suite! After focusing on the iPhone Microsoft has shifted attention to Android platform Google Play, by creating an app version of its omnipresent Office productivity suite.
PC and tablet users, forget the older versions of Windows operating system and get ready to power up your devices with the new version of Windows 8.1 dubbed “Windows 8.1 with Bing,” and that too for FREE!
Skype,the video messaging platform of Microsoft, is dealing with a security issue with the beginning of the New Year 2014! The Syrian hacking group known by the name of Syrian Electronic Army or SEA has hacked Skype's social media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter and Blog.