The future is looking bright for space exploration as NASA is planning to build the spacecraft of tomorrow in space. The exciting part of this story is that humans are nowhere to be found in the building process, and these spacecrafts will be 3D printed in space.…Read More »
Microsoft is reportedly planning to introduce a digital assistant, much like Apple’s Siri, in a future Windows Phone 8.1 update. The feature is codenamed “Cortana,” after the Halo character who is an AI that assists the hero in the game. It’s a pretty clever name for the feature, and if you’re a Halo fan like me it probably got you excited.…Read More »
Today Microsoft announced that Windows 8.1 is basically finished and is ready to be released to its hardware partners. Unlike past releases, everyone including MSDN and TechNet subscribers will have to wait until general availability on October 18th to get their hands on the update.…Read More »
Corporate Vice President for Windows, Julie Larson-Green, spoke at the Wired Business Conference and reiterated on previous comments by Microsoft regarding their approach to improving Windows 8 and incorporating user feedback. But she also confirmed that you’ll be able to try those improvements yourself when Microsoft releases a public preview build for Windows 8.1:
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As part of the continuing journey for Windows 8, we have an update planned due out later this year codenamed “Windows Blue.” Julie unveiled that at BUILD at the end of June, we’ll be releasing a public preview of Windows Blue for folks to check out.
Microsoft’s Surface tablet wasn’t exactly a huge hit. But the company’s first forray into tablets showed some huge potential, which led many people looking forward to what the company might bring in a second-generation of the device. Now, a report out of Digitimes is claiming that according to sources from ”the upstream supply chain,” we’re not too far off from seeing this device officially announced.…Read More »