Apple tanking in PCs
Published in Notebooks
09 January 2017

Apple tanking in PCs


Users giving up


While the Tame Apple Press is doing its best to claim that Apple will replace Microsoft as the world’s leading OS, it appears to be covering a story which shows that the fruity cargo cult is losing ground in in PCs.

Intel releases vPro Kaby Lakes
Published in News


Bit of a snooze if it were not for the security


Chipzilla has released vPro which gives some seventh generation love to the rest of its chip range.

Nvidia steps into Intel’s and Microsoft’s shoes
Published in News


Beginning of a new error


Today will be a big day at CES but instead of the traditional keynote speaker from Intel or Microsoft, the event is going to be kicked off by the understated CEO of Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang.

Windows 10 on nearly a quarter of machines
Published in News


But all roads still lead to Chrome

Beancounters for Net Marketshare have added up some numbers and divided by their shoesize and worked out that Windows 10 is installed on 24.5% of devices.

Slides of Windows 10 running on a Snapdragon
Published in Mobiles


The way of things to come

Slides of Windows 10 running on an ARM device powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 have tipped up before they are shown at CES 2017 this week.

Microsoft AR can help you find your keys
Published in Wearables


Hololens gives you a photographic memory


Software king of the world, Microsoft’s new AR Hololens tech is starting to look really cool, and it could be getting even better if a new patent is anything to go by.

Windows 10 to get a “game mode”
Published in Games


Improve PC games


Software King of the World Microsoft is planning to bring in a “game mode” for Windows 10 to spruce up PC games.

Microsoft could be the world’s first trillion dollar company
Published in News


It will not be Apple after all


Microsoft’s $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn means that the software giant is on track to become the world’s first trillion dollar company.

Microsoft will not build a Muslim registry
Published in News


Not worth the bad PR


Software king of the world, Microsoft,  has ruled itself out of the running for building an electronic register of US Muslims.

Microsoft releases new AI chatbot
Published in News


Zo has protection from racists


After its early incarnation of an AI chatbot Tay turned into a racist, Microsoft has had another go with a social bot called Zo.