The more that is uncovered regarding Microsoft Windows Phone 7 strategy, the more I become convinced that the Redmond giant has learned little from Apple's success with the iPhone.
on 04/12/2010 – Made popular on 04/12/2010
Microsoft wants to take your Apple product off your hands, today expanding its trade-in programs to allow owners of dated iPhone hardware to cash in their now-passé electronics.
If you own an iPhone 4S or 5 that is “gently used” and not much worse, Microsoft will offer you no less than $200 for it. The kicker?
Is there a way that FC11 can sense the connection of iphone through usb ?
I am trying to connect through amarok , banshee gtkpod with no success
all I see that the fedora senses that it is connected to a Camera . no more than that
I tried wirelessly through ssh with no success also
does anybody has a success story with iphone ?
Microsoft Office has finally arrived on iOS in an official app released by Microsoft itself, and it’s free to download, but to use it there’s a considerable catch: you need to be an Office 365 subscriber.
Pop quiz for Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8, Surface Pro and Surface RT initiatives: What is the fastest path to potential success? The VAR Guy’s answer: Instead of attacking the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone and iPad markets, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) should muster all of its mobile forces against Google Android. Immediately.
Apple vs Samsung war is escalating, with reports that Samsung has now planned to strike Apple with new lawsuits if the iPhone5 comes with LTE (Long-Term Evolution) enabled, a feature most important for iPhones success.
According to new reports, the Korean technology giant is planning