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Time to Bid Adieu to Windows Vista?

If you use Vista, there is a bad news for you. Microsoft is done with Windows Vista and it is planning  to part ways. Vista wasn’t received well after its release and today only about 1% devices have Windows Vista. It does not make sense for Microsoft to hold on to Vista any longer. People

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Apple Is Losing It To Google In Classrooms

In the early 2000s, you could find iMacs in most classrooms in America. Schools are a great target audience, and can also let you win loyal customers for life. Surprisingly, Apple is now losing it to Google and Microsoft in the classrooms.

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The Ultimate Surface Book i7 — What’s New?

Today, Microsoft declared the most current variant of its Surface Book, the Surface Book i7. This new tablet takes probably the most vital components of the original Surface Book and enhances them. Let’s have a inside look of this new Surface Book i7 with Satya Nadella. Satya Narayana Nadella is an Indian-conceived American business executive.

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Microsoft edge converts Chrome extensions in Windows 10

On the windows 10 anniversary, Microsoft rolled out an update that whose highlight is definitely the Microsoft Edge browser. The new Edge browser has come with much more accessibility, security and reliability and is still expected to bring some more groundbreaking changes.

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Surface Book 2 to feature a USB-C port, 4K display and lots of powerful internals

Microsoft looks to be releasing the successor of its powerful notebook, Surface Book, dubbed Surface Book 2 during the second half of 2016, which is a nice little timeline since the upcoming notebook will be able to take on Apple’s MacBook Pro lineup, which will no doubt be announced during the company’s WWDC 2016 event.

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BLACKBERRY FOR SALE?

A big speculation of acquisition of Blackberry just hit the corporate industry of technology. Big hunks of corporate industry are showing their keen interest to acquire this Canadian technology firm. The interested buyers include Chinese industries, namely Xiaomi Technology, Huawei and Lenovo. It is rumored that they want to deepen their business in Europe and U.S