Wednesday, October 01, 2014 08:09 PM
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Windows 10 is coming next year – here are the quick facts
By Stephen Pate – Microsoft is skipping Windows 9 and hoping we will jump to Windows 10 when it ships later in 2015.
The various versions of Windows power 90% of all desktops in the world, according to Net
Windows 10 Technical Preview will be available Oct. 1st
By Stephen Pate – Microsoft jumped a version number and announced Windows 10 today in San Francisco.
A technical preview will be available tomorrow for technical users and people who like to tinker.
Microsoft does not have the features that musicians and music lovers want on the Surface or Windows Phone
By Stephen Pate – Microsoft does not make smart phones and tablets that appeal to musicians and music lovers. Period.
Microsoft could fix a big part of
Are iPhone sales slowing down like the iPad? Apple CEO Cook blames lack of robust growth on supply chain issues
By Stephen Pate – Apple sold 10 million iPhone 6 smartphones in the first weekend, barely beating last year’s record of 9 million phones on the first weekend.
Note to Microsoft: get smart about mobile or quit
By Stephen Pate – It’s about time for Microsoft to stop putzing around and get smart about mobile. Or quit.
Did you know you cannot Tweet a story from your Windows phone? Unbelievable as that sounds, the people at
My local Future Shop still had the new iPhone 6 at 5 PM on launch day
By Stephen Pate – There were two iPhone 6 64GB phones for sale at 5 PM at the Charlottetown, PEI Future Shop on September 19th, 2014.
In the UK people got into scuffles in line-ups and at the main Apple
But you still can’t buy most of the phones promoted
By Stephen Pate – Microsoft has launched a new site dedicated to their mobile devices – smartphones and tablets without the
“Nokia” brand. They are simply called Microsoft Mobile Devices now.
Do you have faith in your local police department?