Late News: HP Updates TouchPad, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Launched, Apple Unveils iCloud Beta

HP on Tuesday released the first major operating system update for the Touch Pad which will be available over the air. HP has released webOS 3.0.2 to update the existing OS of its first ever tablet computer, the Touch Pad, with an aim to fix existing flaws, bringing in huge improvement in performance and reliability along with enhancement to core apps like email, photos and calendar.

Microsoft has globally launched its ERP solution Dynamics AX 2012. The product is being offered in 25 countries worldwide and comes with support for 23 languages. In a blog post, the company said that it plans to bring in support for more countries in the next few months. A follow up release will be rolled out in 12 additional languages.

Microsoft’s ageing Windows XP has dropped below the 50 percent market share, a new report has revealed. The new stats come as Microsoft is repeatedly trying to convince users into moving to the newer Windows 7 operating system.

The iPhone maker has released a beta version of its cloud storage service, the iCloud, to users with a developer account. Apple did not make any official announcement about the much anticipated release. Those on the iOS and Mac Developer Program can set up iCloud for iOS, OS X Lion and Windows, and then prepare apps for the iCloud service. The iCloud website has also gone live, though other than a start page it merely offers information for developers at present.

Latest figures have revealed that Microsoft’s search engine, Bing is finding its grip in the market share, thanks to its collaboration with Yahoo Inc. According to The Tech Herald, web-based market analyst firm comScore has informed in a report that Redmond, Washington-based Microsoft Corporation has managed to increase its market share for web-based search engine as Google Inc. continuous to lead.