Microsoft has reported that a security flaw in its Internet Explorer browser could allow hackers to access your personal information especially if you are still using Windows XP.
Soon after launching the Windows 8.1 update 1, Microsoft is reportedly working on another update, which is expected to be available by August this year. The next round of update will bring most sought after features including the Start Menu. Continue reading Start Menu in Windows 8.1 by August: Reports
Founded by Pete Lau, a former Oppo Electronics VP, OnePlus has finally unveiled its Nexus-killer called One. Even though the specs of the upcoming smartphone have been known for a while, the company was yet to reveal its price. The startup has now revealed the price as well and looking at the announced prices of $299 for the 16GB and $349 for the 64GB models, One is clearly going to give major manufacturers a run for their money as it costs almost half the price of others’ flagship smartphones. Continue reading OnePlus’ One could be “the Ultimate Android phone” for just $299
Samsung has introduced a new projector phone – Galaxy Beam 2. The new phone is listed company’s China site without pricing and availability details. However, we expect it to be available globally by end of the second quarter of this year.
In a live Google hangout held yesterday, Punit Soni, VP of Software at Motorola answered live questions asked by users who joined the hangout. One of the important questions asked was “will future versions of the Moto X and Moto G stick with almost-stock Android?” Soni’s answer was a comprehensive “yes”. Continue reading Motorola to keep its pure Android experience despite Lenovo’s acquisition
Micromax Informatics Ltd. has started manufacturing its devices at its Rudraprayag facility in Uttarakhand. A Micromax spokesperson has confirmed that the company is manufacturing all its tablets at this facility while mobile phone production is still at an initial stage. Continue reading Micromax starts manufacturing mobile phones at its Uttarkhand facility in India
It has long been speculated that Apple can’t afford to stall the big-screen upgrade, and several analysts have predicted that WWDC 2014 will be the time and the place (Einstein would probably call it the “timeplace”) of the iPhone 6 launch.
It’s not just possible, it’s probable
The first argument that springs to mind whenever someone asks me “when do ya’ think the iPhone 6 will be announced” is the leaks. The massive amount of leaks that are cropping up all over the place, much earlier than expected. Continue reading iPhone 6 will be announced at the WWDC14
An update released by Microsoft for its own Security Essentials anti-virus and other anti-malware solutions caused a number of Windows XP computers to freeze after boot, with some reports pointing to thousands of machines that got affected by the issue.
Redmond has however shipped another update that comes to address all these problems, so consumers who were experiencing problems on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and other platforms after deploying anti-malware signature updates should get the new one as soon as possible. Continue reading Microsoft Fixes Security Essentials Bug on Windows XP
Information provided by Windows leaker WZor, who has until now leaked plenty of accurate details about Windows projects, reveals that a cloud-based version of the operating system is also prepared for Windows 9.
Of course, no specifics have been provided, but it appears that the cloud-based Windows 9 could be intuitively-called Windows Cloud and be based on a mixed concept storing information locally and in the cloud. Continue reading Windows 9 Lineup to Include Cloud-Based Version
A leaked official Microsoft email states that Nokia’s mobile division will be renamed to Microsoft Mobile once the Finnish company’s acquisition by the software giant is completed. Nokia was acquired by Microsoft in September of last year for $7.2 billion. Continue reading Nokia Company to be renamed Microsoft Mobile, rumours