Microsoft asks for Kyocera phone ban
Published in Mobiles


Knock, Nokia on heaven's door

Microsoft has asked a court in Seattle to ban Kyocera’s DuraForce, Hydro and Brigadier lines of cellular phones.

Intel and Microsoft team up on mobile
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Two also rans also run

The two also rans in the mobile race, Intel and Microsoft are teaming up to improve their market position.

Windows XP will not die
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People are installing it

After a slump in the use of Windows XP, it appears that some daft people are re-installing it, even as they walk away from Windows 7.

Samsung sorts out its apps
Published in Mobiles

Microsoft included
 
Samsung has carried out its purge of in-house apps on the Galaxy S6 and included some of Microsoft's software. Both the S6 and S6 edge will ship with a "Microsoft Apps" folder that currently includes OneDrive, OneNote and Skype. 
Microsoft might replace your doctor
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You are suffering from a blue screen of death

Software giant Microsoft might be able to resolve a staff shortage in doctors and nurses with AI. 

AMD and Nvidia will work together in perfect harmony
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Ebony and ivory

DirectX 12 looks set to bring Nvidia and AMD together, in a way that neither will be particularly happy about.

Refugees from Rare create Playtronic Games
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Spiritual successor of Banjo Kazooie in development

Despite some hints that Microsoft may have green lighted a new Banjo Kazooie game at Rare, some Rare refugees have gotten together to form a new studio.

Spencer shows off screenshots on Xbox One
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Looks like it is getting closer to being released

As most who have an Xbox One know, taking a screenshot is almost impossible. It continues to be the most requested feature that users want added to the Xbox One and Microsoft knows it. 

Office 2016 for desktop coming too
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Second half of 2015

Office is a very important product for Microsoft and the company doesn't plan to abandon the desktop version anytime soon. 

Microsoft Windows 10 Lumias to rock Snapdragon 810
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If Samsung doesn’t want them, we’ll take some

Upcoming Microsoft Lumia phones will use Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 810 processor.