Google seems not just getting busy with their upcoming Google Glass but also with the rumored smartwatch.
According to a report coming from AndroidCommunity, they have seen the filed patents and evidences that seems to be a possible information for another wearable gadget project by Google which is the smartwatch.
Market for wearable gadget might go on full stream if one of it takes off, whether the Glass or the smartwatch. It has also been rumored that Microsoft is also working with their smartwatch, as well as other mobile manufacturer, and it seems like . . . → Read More: Google Filed Patents for Possible Smartwatch
As wearable gadgets starting to build in the market, technology companies are also developing their own computing products to compete and hope to get a share in the market.
Microsoft is one of the companies that is currently reported to be working with a touch-enabled smartwatch device. According to the suppliers, they are going to compete against Apple Inc. which is already rumored to have been further developing their iWatch.
Microsoft have already requested components for their smartwatch in some suppliers in Asia. One executive from the suppliers said they already had a meeting . . . → Read More: Microsoft Ordered Components for Potential Smartwatch Device
For those who can’t connect to the Xbox LIVE account, don’t worry because you are not alone with this issue.
Many Xbox LIVE services are currently down down and Microsoft is doing its part to fix the issue. This outage seems to be a bad timing, i mean every problems are bad timing, but this week is the double experience for the Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Since Thursday, there were connection issues reported with the gamers trying to access their saved files for games such as Minecraft and FM radio streams. Today, . . . → Read More: Xbox Services Currently Down; Microsoft Delays Release of Minecraft in Xbox 360
Microsoft has announced today that they will stop the support for their Office 2008 for Mac.
Microsoft’s Office Suite for the OS X has long been a choice for people using Mac with their work that mostly relies on the popular Microsoft Office Productivity Suite. Microsoft managed a team dedicated to the development for their Mac-compatible software which has headed the development of Microsoft Office versions 2004, 2008, 2011, and 365.
With this halt of support from the Office team and company, users of the Office 2008 can still continue working on their files . . . → Read More: Microsoft Stops Support for Office 2008 Mac Versions