Oliver Shultz 15 June 2012, 15:21

Windows Phone traffic feature for maps gets official

Windows Phone traffic feature for maps gets official

Microsoft’s Windows Phone blog is talking officially about the traffic feature on Windows Phone maps. We’ve talked about rumors about Windows Phone getting traffic data in maps and more earlier this month. The official confirmation of traffic coverage in Windows Phone maps came this week. The announcement comes by way of Microsoft’s Windows Phone maps program manager Scott Borton.

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Oliver Shultz 25 April 2012, 00:01

Report Says 20% of Macs Are Infected with Windows Malware

Report Says 20% of Macs Are Infected with Windows Malware

It's the sort of statistic that would all but certainly alarm the Centers for Disease Control if the numbers were about humans. Notwithstanding the fact that the latest epidemic of infection is about machines and not people, some remain alarmed regardless.

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Oliver Shultz 12 April 2012, 13:55

Google Aims For Windows With New Window-based ChromeOS

Google Aims For Windows With New Window-based ChromeOS

Google updated the ChromeOS Developer channel with the first version of the browser OS that comes with an activated version of the Aura window manager.

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Oliver Shultz 11 April 2012, 02:01

Google's latest Chrome OS build looks ridiculously familiar

Google's latest Chrome OS build looks ridiculously familiar

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and we know the tech world is filled implementation from rival platforms but Google appears to be throwing in the towel on original ideas, via Microsoft-news.com

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Oliver Shultz 22 March 2012, 12:04

Microsoft outfits a Ford Mustang with cool tech

Microsoft outfits a Ford Mustang with cool tech

Microsoft has some of its technology in cars already. However, for the past few months it has been working with famed car modder team West Coast Customs to outfit and modify a true American muscle car, the Ford Mustang, with all sorts of Microsoft-based hardware and software. The final result can be seen on Microsoft's Channel 9 web site.

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