Microsoft Plans To Open Retail Store Close To Apple’s Fifth Avenue Store

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The 8700 sq. ft. space at 677 Fifth Avenue, which was previously occupied by Fendi, might be Microsoft’s first ever New York City retail store. This is just a few blocks away from Apple’s Fifth Avenue store. The software giant wants to setup a permanent store near one of its competitors’ most iconic locations, reports New York’s Daily News. Read More

Apple Releases iOS 6.1.2 To Fix Microsoft Exchange Calendar Bug That Was Draining Battery, No Fix for Lockscreen Bypass

iosupdateApple has released iOS 6.1.2 that fixes the critical Microsoft Exchange Calendar bug that was eating away valuable battery and data. Due to increased network cycles related to the Calendar, the bug was using precious battery life. This update should improve battery life and reduce some data usage, but this does not address the iOS lockscreen bypass issue whereby users can simply follow a procedure to bypass the lockscreen on iOS devices to get access to certain elements on a phone. Read More

This Is Exactly How Microsoft Should Advertise Surface Against the iPad


So the iPad 4th generation and the iPad mini is here, but so is Surface from Microsoft. Although the hardware coming from the folks at Redmond is still not completely baked yet and even there aren’t as many Apps as available on the App Store, here is a fake advertisement from which Microsoft should definitely draw some inspiration. Read More

Cut The Rope Comes To The Web

cut the ropeZepto Labs along with Microsoft have teamed up to bring Cut the Rope, their insanely famous game to the web so users will be able to feed Om Nom directly via their browsers. The announcement was made at CES and from now on every browser with HTML 5 capabilities will be able to sport Cut the Rope. Although the experience of playing Cut the Rope won’t be fun enough iOS’ multi-touch capabilities, the game should help you kill some time. Read More

Steve Jobs – Microsoft and Google Can’t Even Copy Properly

On 60 Minutes, Walter Issacson, the author of the official Steve Jobs biography appeared and he shared some audio clips that he captured during the 40 interviews that he conducted with Steve Jobs for the book. In the audio clips, Steve Jobs says that Microsoft does not have humanities and liberal arts in their DNA. They are a pure technology company, and they just didn’t get it. Even when Microsoft saw the Mac, they couldn’t copy it. Read More