The Start Menu is back as part of Windows 10 as well as a great deal personalisation that includes the new Snap Assist options and virtual desktops are also here.
The firm’s new OS has been named Windows 10 instead of the heavily rumoured Windows 9 or Threshold that had been pegged by most observers.
The two new handsets can be bought from today onwards with an exclusive green colour for prospective Z3 Compact customers as well as a number of attractive contract options.
Except for the CPU and display modules, Google has confirmed that users will be able to switch components at any time and will be able to purchase them from a Google-Play style store.
The payment service will be spun off into a new company, as per Carl Icahn’s wishes earlier this year – and it seems investors agree this is the way to go.
Windows 9 is expected to be unveiled in California today and Microsoft will be hoping that its newest operating system finally rids the memory of the much-maligned Windows 8.
A prominent Microsoft leaker has revealed that certain Windows 8 users as well as Windows 7 customers won’t be able to download the update free-of-charge.
The beta version of Windows 9 is set to launch today at 18:00 BST at a low key event in San Francisco - but we want to know what YOU think. Are you excited?
Why is Dell crippling its low-end server RAID cards? We explore this question in light of the performance of an H200 PCIe offering, and also discuss how you can solve this issue.
As part of the launch O2 is offering customers an exclusive offer of £25 worth of credit for just £20 and it’s hoped that it will help O2 build on the 10 million transactions already handled.