Xbox One Wireless Controller to support Samsung Gear VR

Xbox One Wireless Controller to support Samsung Gear VR

Microsoft today announced that their Xbox One Wireless Controller would now be available to use with the Samsung Gear VR – earlier accessible only with Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs. Xbox One Wireless Controller support comes to Samsung Gear […]

China, US top the list of countries using IoT devices for DDoS attacks


IoT or Internet of Things is a relatively new concept and is currently catching up with consumers around the world. But with any kind of upcoming technology comes the risk of frequent malware attacks. In fact, 2015 was a record year […]

Microsoft Ignite 2016: What to expect at the event

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If you are a Microsoft enthusiast or follower, you probably don’t need any introduction to Microsoft Ignite, the annual event that covers all the enterprise-based hardware and software launched by Microsoft. While it may show its prowess on the consumer […]

Skype can be used for Aadhaar-based ID check – Microsoft


Microsoft India today released a statement wherein the company claims it has presented to the central government how Skype, as a platform, can be used for online authentication of ID checks in co-operation with the Aadhaar ID database. The company […]

Call of Duty 3 is now on Xbox One, thanks to Backward Compatibility

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Released initially on November 10th, 2006, Call of Duty 3 is coming to next-gen consoles, thanks to Xbox One’s backward compatibility features launched by Microsoft just a couple of months back. Those who prefer reliving the classic times of this […]

Truecaller updates Windows 10 Mobile app with Offline Caller ID


Truecaller, the popular calling and tracking app, just announced their latest update to the Windows 10 Mobile app that brings in newer features like Offline Caller ID and more. Truecaller for Windows 10 Mobile gets an Offline Caller ID The […]

Microsoft to launch share buyback scheme worth $40 billion

REDMOND, WASHINGTON - JULY 17: A building on the Microsoft Headquarters campus is pictured July 17, 2014 in Redmond, Washington. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced, July 17, that Microsoft will cut 18,000 jobs, the largest layoff in the company's history. (Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)

Microsoft has announced that it would be running a share buyback scheme for all its retail shareholders, wherein it would be buying back around $40 billion worth or 9% of its current $440 market valuation. A similar buyback scheme was launched […]


The Nokia 216 is Microsoft’s new feature phone

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Microsoft sues Software Pirate who is a repeat offender


Twitter relaxes 140-character limit, to only include text


Microsoft Azure brings ‘Pay-As-You-Go’ feature to India

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Microsoft just patented an on-screen fingerprint sensor


Windows Safe Mode being exploited to escalate attacks


Microsoft is closing Skype’s UK Headquarters


Microsoft creates a record in Speech Recognition technology

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Microsoft’s Excel World Champ competition 2016 is here


Desktop applications start appearing in the Windows Store


Microsoft’s Service Fabric is now available on Linux