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pcworld.com — Since it launched in late 2012, Microsoft has positioned its Surface tablet as a fun, hip alternative tablet, emphasizing its construction and form factor. That failed. So with its latest commercial, Microsoft has returned to its corporate roots: productivity.
forbes.com — Microsoft Kinect peripheral for the Xbox 360. (Wikipedia) On Tuesday, Microsoft raised the curtain on its new Xbox One. I'm impressed. Here are the eight reasons to buy Xbox One. Faster Hardware: Xbox One is powered by an eight-core processor. The processor is based on Jaguar design by AMD.
cio.com — CIO - Businesses and people from every industry are competing to sell their brand in ads, commercials, on social media and everywhere else they can, and it's time that the forward-thinking people of IT got on board. Personal branding isn't a new topic.
cio.com — CIO - Call it "Bring Your Own Device" version 2.0. Today, Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group released results of a BYOD survey of 2,400 mobile users across six countries and many industries, which show a fast-growing computing trend entering the next level of maturity.
theonion.com — SUNNYVALE, CA-Finally overcoming competition from the likes of Google, Microsoft, and AOL, internet corporation Yahoo firmly re-secured its place as an industry leader after Sunday's purchase of millions of blogs written by 13-year-old girls.
cio.com — CIO - Windows 8, released to the wild last October, seems stuck in a no-win situation. On the one hand, it is not catching on with Android- and iOS-loving consumers turned off by the Windows 8 tile-based interface and the Windows App Store, which by Android and Apple standards, is anemic and disorganized.
forbes.com — At 10 AM PDT tomorrow, Microsoft will announce its next generation Xbox mere weeks ahead of E3, where such a reveal would normally take place. It's an effort to get on equal footing with Sony, who premiered the PS4 months ago, and presumably there's so much to talk about with [...]
blogs.cio.com — to Consumer Technology | How much are 105 million blogs of cat pictures, memes and animated GIFs worth? A cool $1.1 billion, apparently. Yahoo announced today that it reached an agreement to acquire blogging site Tumblr. The move (and the purchase price) may surprise some, as Tumblr is significantly less popular than other social networking sites.
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