Microsoft has followed through with its plans to push adoption of Windows 10 by downloading it in the background to user machines running Windows 7 and 8 set to accept automatic updates. Terry Myerson, executive vice president of Microsoft’s Windows and Devices group, said : “If you are on a metered connection on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, then you have the option of turning off automatic updates.
That's a tasty combination indeed, and with any hardware, it's always good to have a nice healthy guarantee period (Microsoft only provides a one-year guarantee as standard). And the new Surface phone certainly looks appealing". The opinion piece adds that people want to use Windows on a laptop, not a mobile phone. "Microsoft has had a mobile phone OS for decades and it's stunk the whole time.
The image shows that the device has an all-metal body, much like the Surface Pro 4 tablet and the device will pack a 3300 Mah battery. The Surface Phone will also feature a 5.7inch 2K display, which will have a new feature called "landscape screen support".
Overnight, her old Windows 7 PC had upgraded to new Windows 10, without her ever asking for it. If you want to know the reasons for the abrupt pullback, just look at Microsoft's close partner, Intel, which has spent $10 billion developing chips for mobile devices, with virtually nothing to show for the effort.
Electronics retailer Best Buy offers the same discount as Microsoft and allows consumers to save up to $150. With Surface Book , Microsoft aims to directly compete with Apple's MacBook line. If we were to believe that report, then a Q2 release for the new devices looks probably. The Surface Phone is expected to release into the markets in three variants: with 4GB of RAM along with 64GB of storage space, the advanced version which features 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space, and ...
To complete its portfolio of Nokia branding rights, HMD announced today that it has conditionally agreed to acquire from Microsoft the rights to use the Nokia brand on feature phones, and certain related design rights. "It's going to take more than a well-known brand name in this competitive market", she said. Nokia, whose global market share in handsets peaked at around 40 percent in 2008, said its brand remained widely recognised, especially in developing markets.