Posts Tagged ‘Mobile’

This is Spartan and What We don’t Know yet about Microsoft’s New Browser

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

The ability to gracefully adapt to different devices sounds handy … but I sure hope this doesn’t spell the impending end of IE support; I need those advanced features!

Microsoft revealed two days ago that it will integrate Project Spartan, a new web browser, in its upcoming Windows 10 operating system that is expected to ship later this year. According to Microsoft, Spartan has been designed for Windows 10 with interoperability in mind. The main idea behind the project was to create a browser that would run well on all device types Windows 10 would run on.


A First Look at Maxthon’s MxNitro Browser

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

What MxNitro may be lacking in features, it makes up for with speed …

While the Maxthon browser has not reached the popularity of browsers like Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox or even Opera yet, it has a loyal following that likes what it offers. It may come as a surprise to many that the company Maxthon has created a second browser called MxNitro. Both web browsers don’t share many similarities apart from the fact that they are created by the same company though.


Apple Passes RIM, Becomes 4th Largest Mobile Phone Vendor

Friday, October 29th, 2010

This is one of those stories that’s both surprising and “not surprising” at the same time …

It’s finally happened that embattled Blackberry Maker, Research in Motion, has lost the 4th spot of mobile handset manufacturers to Apple.

Figures from IDC and published by Engadget show that the league table now stands as…


Microsoft to take on iTunes

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

It’s kind of funny that Microsoft named their music service after their less-than-successful Zune player … are they trying to resurrect that product, or hoping that people have already forgotten about it?

Tech giant to launch store and subscription service for Xbox 360, Windows PCs and Windows Phone 7 phones within weeks

Microsoft is to launch an online music and video store and music subscription service to compete with the likes of Apple and Spotify.