About SusannahLindsay@TWCN

Susannah Lindsay quit her job a few years back to settle down in a life of domesticity. She has been living in Los Angeles for the last three years, and enjoys following new gadget releases and the latest happenings on the technological front.

Amazon launches Home Services

Amazon the biggest e-tailer on the planet launched Amazon Home Services on Monday, a handpicked marketplace for household chores and services. The list includes an array of services ranging from Tech Support to Goat grazing. Amazon Home Services Amazon Home […]

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Xbox One April update available for Preview

The latest round of Xbox One April update has already started rolling out. The update is coming in two different waves and the first wave is already available for preview, says Major Nelson. Xbox One April Update As always this […]

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Microsoft add Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian languages to Translator

Microsoft Translator now supports 50 languages with three new languages added to the list. Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian are the three languages recently added to the list of Microsoft Translator’s support languages. Primarily spoken in South East Europe, Italy, and […]


Autodesk Tinkerplay is now available in Windows Store

Making the project models for your kids now becomes easier. The latest app Tinkerplay helps you making the custom 3D models. With the help of a 3D printer and the Tinkerplay app, you can create the 3D models of different […]


Microsoft bring specialized medicine to remote areas

Microsoft in collaboration with the Botswana Innovation Hub has launched a new TVWS pilot project names Project Kgolagano. The word Kgolagano literally means, ‘to be connected’. The project is aimed to bring telemedicine services to the remote areas via internet […]

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Bing Maps start showing Movie set locations

Movie fans can now explore the area around their favorite movie scenes, may it be the famous cliff jump scene from the movie Six Days and Seven Nights or the iconic steps at Philadelphia Museum of Art from the movie […]

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Cortana Predicts Results Of Premier League Matches

While Microsoft’s search engine Bing is predicting the results of 57th Grammy Awards, company’s digital assistant Cortana is foretelling the result of Premier League Matches. As posted by Katie Stainer on Microsoft’s news blog, Cortana, the virtual assistant of Microsoft can […]


Bing predicts the results of the 57th Grammy Awards

There are still three days left for The Annual Grammy Awards event, but Microsoft’s Bing Search engine is ready with its Grammy awards predictions. It is not for the first time for Bing as it has done this in the […]

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Former Opera CEO to launch Vivaldi web browser

Just a few days after the announcement of Microsoft’s new web browser Spartan, we have a new offering from the former CEO of Opera, Jon Ton Tetzcher. After being away from Opera for four long years, Jon Ton Tetzcher is […]

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Twitter Rolls Out New Feature “While You Were Away”

Twitter is rolling its new feature ‘While you were away’. As the name suggests, this feature shows you a recap of all the tweets posted while you were not on Twitter. The recap of important tweets will be displayed with […]

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Work Folders Now Available For iPad

  Microsoft has released the Work Folders feature for iPad. Previously available only for Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and 8.1 RT, Work Folders app is now available for free download in Apple AppStore. With Work Folders, users can store and […]


Microsoft releases Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager

After months of beta testing and experimentation, Microsoft has finally released the much awaited feature for Windows Azure, Hyper-V Recovery Manager. Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager Through Hyper-V Recovery Manager, you can make realtime asynchronous copy of Virtual Machines (VMs) […]


Radionomy officially confirms that it has bought Winamp

A few days ago we reported that ever so popular media player Winamp may have been bought by an online streaming service Radionomy. After days of silence, today, the company confirmed that it has in fact acquired Winamp. So finally, […]

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Registration is now open for Microsoft’s BUILD 2014 Developer Conference

Microsoft’s iconic BUILD Developer Conference is now, or will be in a few hours will be open for registration. Depending on your geographic location, the timing may differ. Microsoft’s website says it will be open the registration at 9AM PST, […]

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Syrian Electronic Army hacks Microsoft MSFTNews Twitter account

Just a few hours ago, we saw Microsoft’s Xbox Support Twitter account being hijacked by Syrian Electronic Army, and now Microsoft’s News Twitter account, @MSFTnews has gone down the same path. Microsoft hasn’t yet acknowledged either of the hack attacks, […]

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Microsoft’s Xbox Support Twitter account hacked

Just a few hours ago, I wrote about LinkedIn’s security breach, now we have another one going down the same road. Microsoft’s Xbox Support Twitter account has reportedly been hijacked by Syrian Electronic Army. Although Microsoft has, what it seems gained […]


Sony wants to make Windows Phone, awaits Microsoft’s decision

Sony is interested in making Windows Phones. The Japanese manufacturer is in talks with Microsoft to make an arrangement. The two have worked in the past, and although it didn’t really work out, the former believes that this collaboration will […]

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LinkedIn hacked, many of your connections might not be real

LinkedIn, the social network for professional people and recruiters has reportedly been hacked. This vicious act has been going around since late May 2013 and have had profile data of many of its users compromised. LinkedIn says that it has […]

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Gmail now lets you send emails to your Google+ contacts

Google has pushed a new feature that integrates its email client, Gmail and social network Google+ in a very handy way. Gmail users will now be able to send emails to people they have in their Google+ circles. This feature has outdone […]


Windows Phone 8.0 is upgradeable to Windows Phone 8.1, confirms Microsoft

Windows Phone 8.0, the most popular and current version of the said mobile OS is upgradable to Windows Phone 8.1, Microsoft has confirmed. In an interview to ComputerWorld, the director of Windows Phone public relation at Microsoft confirmed that Windows […]


McAfee software to be rebranded as Intel Security

Intel is finally rebranding the McAfee as Intel Security, dropping the “McAfee” moniker. The chipset manufacturer bought McAfee, a renowned name in the field of information security in the year 2010. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, in addition to wearable technology […]

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Popular Solitaire game arrives in Windows Phone Store

The popular solitaire game from Windows desktop operating system has arrived on Windows Phone store. Solitaire is a collection of several card-centric games that have made their way to the mobile ecosystem. These games include Klondike, FreeCell, Spider, TriPeaks and […]


Windows XP Zero-day vulnerability exploited to target Middle Eastern embassies

Back in November, Microsoft cautioned us about a zero-day vulnerability being in use to taint Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 operating systems. After further investigation, it has been found that this attack was primarily targeting 28 Middle Eastern embassies.  […]


Microsoft fixes the Surface 2 BitLocker recovery key bug

Microsoft has finally issued an update to fix the much talked of BitLocker issue in Surface 2 tablets. The problem made some of its users to put the BitLocker key every time they restarted their device, powered it on, or […]


Microsoft launches Windows XP End of Support Countdown Web Page

One of the most popular and widely used desktop operating system, Windows XP will be leaving us very shortly. In fact, Microsoft has made a count-down timer widget available on its website that tells us how long Windows XP will […]