About HemantSaxena@TWCN

The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in technology and has an immense interest in following Microsoft and other technology developments around the world. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player.
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Internet Explorer 10 beats Chrome in performance in Google’s RoboHornet test

Google yesterday released an open-source micro-benchmark test named as RoboHornet for evaluating the browser performance. In the performance test, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 10 scored extremely well, but what was puzzling was Chrome’s own performance in the test. It was extremely bad and […]

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Microsoft Accelerator For Windows Azure Launched In India

Windows Azure is Microsoft’s he cloud computing platform used for building, hosting and scaling web applications through Microsoft data centers. The open and flexible computing platform has been growing exponentially since its launch and this announcement is all the evidence […]

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Mozilla ends support for Firefox v3.6 – Time to move on!

Like it or not, it is time for you to get use to user interface changes as  Mozilla Firefox team after 2 years of regular updates have decided to end their support for Mozilla Firefox 3.6 on 24th April. The […]

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Windows 8 Drivers and Software for Microsoft Hardware Products

Sometime back, Microsoft released Microsoft Device Center application for Windows 8. The free application allows all mouse and keyboard users to easily personalize and customize their peripherals. Now the software giant has updated its hardware products page to help its […]

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Mozilla Renames Browser ID as Persona, and Persona as Themes, After Much Confusion

Sometime ago, Mozilla officially announced that Personas would become the new name for Mozilla’s Web-scale identity system (formerly called BrowserID). This however led to much confusion as the same name i.e. Personas was assigned to other feature that allowed Firefox, Thunderbird […]

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Microsoft Flight Released

Some time ago, via a tweet Microsoft mentioned it would soon release its flying stimulation game – Microsoft Flight. The company promised the game would even use a freemium model once it was released. Needless to say, the news created […]

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Mimo Magic Touch: World’s First USB-Powered Capacitive Touch-screen Display

Advertised as the world’s first USB-powered capacitive touch-screen display, Mimo Magic Touch is a mini-monitor for home or work computing. The device features a 10.1 inch screen, running at 1024×600 resolutions, having an amazing responsiveness. Its versatile design allows users […]