The Ultimate Tablet Durability Test: Car Running over Surface RT

We’ve all read about how durable Microsoft’s new Surface RT tablet with Windows RT is, well what about putting it up to the challenge? Microsoft thought they did that by dropping it on stage at the Surface release event on to a thinly carpeted floor, but a member of WPCentral

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How To: MicroSD to a Windows RT Music, Picture, or Video Library

So you bought the 32GB Microsoft Surface RT with Windows RT and realized that having only 20GB of usable space or less is not enough for you, so you buy a MicroSD card to try and expand storage capacity. It’s a cheaper way to go rather than buying the 64GB

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How To: Enable File & Printer Sharing Windows/Surface RT

There are some features that don’t come enabled or Microsoft says isn’t possible on a Windows RT or Microsoft Surface RT tablet. You may have already mapped your SkyDrive to a drive letter for your tablet, but now you want to share the files, folders, or printers available on your

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How To: Map Network Skydrive Folder on Windows & Surface RT

With the brand new Surface RT with Microsoft Windows RT installed, there are some limitations that are in place as to what it can or can’t do. While the Windows 8 Pro version can do anything you’d do on a desktop (since it’s the same OS), as I stated before

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First Impression of Microsoft’s Surface RT without Touch Cover

Meet Microsoft’s first venture in making computer hardware: Surface RT. This tablet device comes running Windows RT (a version of Windows 8 for ARM Processors, and thus has compatibility differences) and is pre-loaded with Office 2013 Home & Student. This device represents the hard work of two whole new puzzle

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Review of Windows 8 Pro on a Desktop PC

Many are people worried about ease of use for existing desktop platforms, and I’ve been using the Beta, Release Preview, and Pro versions of Windows 8 for over 5 months now and after the first 3 days of getting used to the Charms bar or swiping from the left side

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Apple’s New iPad Mini and iPad 4 Unveiled

Today at the Apple Event in San Jose, CA, Apple showed a few new products in store for the Holiday season. One of those products was the smaller iPad that Steve Jobs said was a no-no, the iPad Mini. Another shocker was that Apple released another tablet, the iPad 4

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Surface RT Vs. Pro: Will Your Program or Game Work?

With the coming Launch of Microsoft’s Surface RT and future Surface Pro tablet, there’s been a lot of confusion about which programs, applications, apps, and games will or won’t work on Windows RT. Compatibility is something to seriously consider before making the purchase – as if the switch to Windows

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Apple iTunes 2nd in Music Sales to Walmart

Tracking firm NPD Group has announced that Apple’s iTunes Store is now the second largest retailer of music after selling over 4 billion songs to over 50 million customers according to Apple. During Christmas day alone, the iTunes store sold 20 million songs. Their record currently surpasses big time retailers

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Microsofts Big Buy-Out Bid for Yahoo

Today, Microsoft’s bid to buy out Yahoo was made public at a staggering $44.6 Billion. This bold act is probably being issued to compete against Google in the online advertising business and online technologies. For a long time, Microsoft has been holding itself back in the 90’s with its primary

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