Announcements Archive

Currently yahoo is providing an email service as fresh face through its newly redesigned apps for the email. You might be in need of fewer distractions as when it comes for the email and you might even want to login as well as communicate quickly as to get on with your day. Hence, yahoo has focused on all your current needs and it has focused mainly on uncluttering its service for webmail as well as its accompanying apps. Other than this, they have even focused on some other aspects. The main idea as for web services was simplicity, support as for different platforms as well as speed at the same time. Get simplicity on email services As with all new as well as different offering,

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While Chicago has some great areas packed with culture, shopping and dining; you may stumble upon some areas you should avoid. Some zones of the city are denser with criminal activity than others, and knowing where to go and what do in Chicago is an essential part of planning your visit. A recent study shows that crime cameras, which are mounted in public places and streets that are prone to crime, have more effectiveness when they are clustered together. The findings of this study were reported by science and technology site Phys.org, and offer some insight into the lengths Chicago officials and police are willing to go in order to prevent criminal activity. The cited study reviewed data from various camera groupings, and rated the effectiveness

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Imagine your simple, black tablet computer being transformed into a sophisticated, wood-grain patterned one – without the weight of actually putting it into a real wooden case. Or how about camouflaging your phone with a lush, green foliage pattern? Now you can do all this and more thanks to the innovative minds who came up with RealCool. The team at Realize Inc. couldn’t have picked a more appropriate name for their new prototype finishing service, RealCool, as the end results of the products that have already been completed are really cool to look at and will certainly ‘wow’ customers. From smartphone cases to laptops and tables to sports equipment, clients wanting to add RealCool to their prototypes can choose from a myriad of decoration styles

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If you’re looking for ways to improve your website, you’re likely to find page after page of tips and tricks on web design, all with the aim of teaching you the accepted, normal methods for increasing your position on search engine results pages (SERPs), giving visitors better experiences on your site, and helping you develop a coherent, cohesive brand. While these guides provide many benefits, they often don’t take into account the power of social media and your ability to integrate multiple services into your website, allowing you to easily populate your site with content and drive community interaction, building recognition and your brand while helping your SEO value. Mobile Marketing has contributed to the audience, allowing users to spread the word from where ever

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Microsoft has today formally launched the official Windows 8 blog and named it Building Windows 8 with Steven Sinofsky, the President of the Windows Division making the first post. Sinofsky started the blog post by stating that Windows 8 would be the best operating system and as mentioned by us earlier would be working on both old and new PC’s. Here is what he posted- Building the next release of Microsoft Windows is an industry-wide effort that Microsoft approaches with a strong sense of responsibility and humility. Windows 8 reimagines Windows for a new generation of computing devices, and will be the very best operating system for hundreds of millions of PCs, new and old, used by well over a billion people globally. Sinofsky further stated in the first blog post

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Windows Mojave is not Windows 7.  At least, that’s what the official story from Microsoft happens to be. If you’ve been anywhere outside of a cave over the course of the last few months, you have likely heard of the Mojave Experiment that Microsoft carried out.  It was designed to trick people into using Windows Vista and then to catch the surprised expressions on their faces when they found out that the system they enjoyed using (Windows Mojave) was actually a system they were conditioned to hate (Windows Vista).  The message on the part of Microsoft was that Vista was a fantastic system but also one that was highly misunderstood by its critics. Well, Windows Vista has been a big bomb in spite of the

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Windows 7 Mobile is the operating system of choice for people using smart phones and many other electronic handheld hardware devices.  As far as the operating system is concerned however, a delay appears to be what is in the process.  Recent information obtained through a leaked document appears to point to the system being released for about another 14-16 months.  This information, if true, would represent a delay of about six months over the figure that had last been given to the public by Microsoft. Windows 7 Mobile in many ways is arguably more anticipated than its counterpart for conventional computers.  The Windows 6.1 Mobile system had a number of problems with it, suffering from bloating in the same way that Windows Vista did.  While

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It seems to be an era of touch technology, where fingers can do wonders on a screen than merely pressing them on a boring keyboard. And it is none other than Microsoft who plays the pioneering role in continuously regenerating their touch screen technology – from tabletop Surface computers to the all new Microsoft TouchWall. It was all excitement let loose when the recently retired Microsoft CEO, Bill Gates showcased the TouchWall for the first time in the recently concluded Microsoft CEO Summit. The TouchWall technology from Microsoft has surprisingly come at a time when the world is applauding the much-awaited yet astounding debut of Microsoft Surface. If one remembers correctly, it was not so long ago when the then Microsoft chief had announced the

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Unfortunately for electronic table fetishists everywhere, you won’t be able to walk into a restaurant, a casino or a retail outlet and play with a MicrosoftSurface table until spring of next year. Why isn’t it surfacing until then? Partners. Partners who need Microsoft’s help to build custom apps to fit Harrah’s, Sheraton and T-Mobile needs for gambling, sleeping and phone choosing. Beyond the delay, Microsoft also has some interesting plans to expand from just the retail and hospitality industry to government, education and enterprise businesses to eventually, as Gates predicts, be on “every table,” “every whiteboard,” “every mirror” within 5 to 10 years. Source:gizmodo

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