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Singing in to Windows 8 with a Windows Live ID. Video.

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Singing in to Windows 8 with a Windows Live ID. Video.





Signing in with an ID allows you to:Associate the most commonly used Windows settings with your user account. Saved settings are available when you sign in to your account on any Windows 8 PC. Your PC will be set up just the way you are used to!Easily reacquire your Metro style apps on multiple Windows 8 PCs. The app’s settings and last-used state persist across all your Windows 8 PCs.Save sign-in credentials for the different apps and websites you use and easily get back into them without having to enter credentials every time.Automatically sign in to apps and services that use Windows Live ID for authentication.When you buy a Windows 8 PC and set up your user account for the first time, you can optionally choose to create an account that is associated to a Windows Live ID. You can either use an existing ID or create a new one. If you choose to create a new one, you can use any emai…

London 2012 : Overall Medal Count to July 31.

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London 2012 : Overall Medal Count to July 31.
The London 2012  Overall Medal Count to July 31 at this time, goes as seen on the images below: (please click/tap on  both of them to enlarge the view)


Samsung working on a 11.8 inch tablet with 2560 x 1600 resolution display.

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Samsung working on a 11.8 inch tablet with 2560 x 1600 resolution display.
Samsung is working on a tablet codenamed "P10" that would include LTE connectivity and an 11.8-inch display at 2560 x 1600 (WQXGA) resolution. 

The information was revealed in court documents made public in Apple vs Samsung trial in California.
Samsung is holding an event in August 15, apparently to reveal the Galaxy Note 10.1 inch tablet. However it is not officially confirmed. Would be the P10 11.8 inch tablet unveiled instead?

Samsung wants it all. Now eyeing Windows Phone 8 market with the Odyssey and Macro smartphones.

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Samsung wants it all. Now eyeing Windows Phone 8 market with the Odyssey and Macro smartphones.For Samsung is not enough to be the number one Android smartphones vendor and also the worlds Top One phones and smartphones seller with 50,5 million sold in Q2 2012.

Sources are saying Samsung will go after the Windows Phone 8 market with two new smartphones codenamed “Odyssey” and “Macro”, according to court documents filed during theSamsung-Apple mega-triallast week.
Both feature 1.5GHz dual-core processors, 4G LTE connectivity and Super AMOLED displays.
The Odyssey is the fancier phone of the two with its 8-megapixel camera, NFC connectivity and 4.65-inch display, while the Macro features a 5-megapixel camera and a 4-inch screen.
Launch date Q4 2012 not confirmed yet.
Source: TheVerge

September 12 New Apple event . iPhone 5 announcement?

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September 12 New Apple event . iPhone 5 announcement?
Several sources around the web are saying Appleis gearing up to unveil a new product at a major September 12 event, a source familiar with the plan said, presaging the long-awaited launch of the redesigned iPhone (5) The world's most valuable technology company typically takes the wraps off its latest smartphones around the fall, allowing the gadget to hit store shelves in time for the peak holiday shopping season. The fifth iteration of the device is expected to sport a thinner, larger screen and a smaller dock connector, among other tweaks, sources and analysts have said.
There was a leaked spares parts assembled and a video that may look like the final product as pictured above.


The September 12 date may shift, the source said on condition of anonymity.


Related article: iPhone5 spare parts assembled show how the device could look like.Video.


New Windows 8 Mouse Gestures.

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New Windows 8 Mouse Gestures.Microsoft on Monday unveiled a new set of gesture commands and associated hardware designed to make it easier to get around Windows 8 with a mouse. The navigation techniques will work with the new keyboard and mouse peripherals that Microsoft developed specifically for Windows 8 devices. 

The software drivers for some older input devices may be updated to also support the gesture commands.Windows 8 Gestures:Windows 8 gestures follow the same basic principles as Windows 7 finger movements: one finger manages content and two fingers manage apps (formerly windows). Similar to Windows 7, a one finger slide lets you scroll in any direction. A one-finger flick lets you scroll more quickly--a good way to get to the next screen of app tiles in the Start Screen. You can also use the thumb to move backwards or forwards through an app just like in Windows 7
A two-finger slide to the left disp…

SEC filing Confirming Microsoft`s ARM-based SURFACE tablet launch on October 26 with Windows 8 software general availability.

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SEC filing Confirming Microsoft`s ARM-based SURFACE tablet launch on October 26 with Windows 8 software general availability.
Microsoft will launch its ARM-based Surface tablets at the same time the company releases Windows 8, according to the company’s recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. “The next version of our operating system, Windows 8, will be generally available on October 26, 2012,” Microsoft says in its 10-K filing with the SEC. “At that time, we will begin selling the Surface, a series of Microsoft-designed and manufactured hardware devices.”


USA: Q2 2012: Androids still leading the smartphone market but declines to 56,3%, Apple regains 10% up.

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USA: Q2 2012: Androids still leading the smartphone market but declines to 56,3%, Apple regains 10% up.
United States Smartphone OS Shipments and Market Share in Q2 2012