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Win8 Controller: The apps to control your Windows 8 PC

The app support many of the features of Windows 8 as various multitouch gestures, swipe and virtual keyboard

Windows 8, the new desktop operating system from Microsoft, has introduced a new interface to better fit the new solutions with the touch screen. Through the Win8 Controller app for Windows Phone can use this interface in a convenient and… Continue Reading

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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 Convertible Ultrabook as give away of Christmas

The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 features an 11.6" HD screen with 5-point multi-touch support and is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 SoC

In the middle of last November we told you about one of the first raids of the company Lenovo to market Windows 8 OS, back then in its infancy. Now it is the turn of his younger brother, Lenovo IdeaPad… Continue Reading

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Microsoft announces bluetooth mouse and keyboard for Windows 8

Microsoft announces bluetooth mouse and keyboard for Windows 8

Microsoft has announced four new accessories bluetooth mouse and keyboard that will enhance your experience with Windows 8, when the new OS is released later this year. The Microsoft keyboard Sculpt Mobile has a curved design that allows a more… Continue Reading

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TI Announces OMAP4470 dual-core processor 1.8 GHz

Texas Instruments has unveiled its latest mobile processor, the OMAP4470 dual-core (1.8 GHz). This new processor is designed for Smartphones and tablet, and has a wide variety of performance improvements compared with the processors above. According to TI, multi-core structure… Continue Reading

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Windows Phone Mango, available from this autumn

Windows Phone Mango has been officially announced by Microsoft. As expected, WP Mango has over 500 new features, although not all have been released in today. Windows Phone Mango, expanding the limits of experience on intelligent communication and Internet applications.… Continue Reading

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Microsoft Windows 8 will arrive next year (2012)

Microsoft Windows 8 will be released in 2012. Developer’s Forum (Tokyo), the CEO of Microsoft (Steve Ballmer) said they are working hard on the next version of Windows, due out next year. As for upcoming features, mentioned that the next… Continue Reading