Backing up device drivers is hugely important for any PC/Mac user. Why? Because system crashes might happen when you least expect them.
Within just the past two decades, everything industry from retail, news, marketing, investing, and certainly music, have all been completely flipped upside down by the revolution of the internet and online technology.
Modern tech companies can only hope to be as successful as Apple has been during the last decade or so. Emulating the tech mogul’s success has been difficult, even for established tech companies, but checking out how Apple spends its money is a great place to start.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced that it has sold 40 million Windows 8 licenses since the system’s release last month.
Apple has just released the newest version of iTunes, which looks completely different but still feels familiar.
Apple’s long-awaited, and finally real, tinier tablet is remarkably thinner and lighter than its big-boned, newly arrived fourth-gen iPad sibling, but it also starts at $329, a price that’s well above the bargain-basement $199 target floated by devices like the Nexus 7, Amazon Kindle Fire HD, and Nook HD.
Xbox Music marks Microsoft’s second go at online music business, this time with an All-In-One service
Microsoft is continuing its strong assault on multiple markets, with Xbox Music being the latest ace up its sleeve.
The original HTC One X was released in the not-so-distant early 2012 as one of the first quad-core android smartphones.
A new generation of the technology is scheduled to arrive in 2013 and promises to squeeze video of comparable quality into half the file size comparing to h.264.
The tension builds for all Windows fans: this September/October Microsoft will officially release its famous operating system after its total makeover – Windows 8.