Inspite of claims, AMD is rolling out patches for Meltdown and Spectre

2018 never started well for Intel. Even though the processors from almost every manufacturer were hit, Intel had all the bad luck. That said, AMD as well celebrated a small time of their celebration. But no more. AMD initially claimed that their chips did not have a flaw, but now are rolling out updates to protect their chipset from Meltdown ...

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Microsoft Stores to Sell Huawei Mate 10 Pro in the US

Huawei is working hard to make its presence in India, which is probably one of the toughest markets to crack because of the Telecom Tie Up, and presence of iPhone.  Now the company has partnered with Microsoft to sell Huawei Mate 10 Pro in the US. This is no surprise, especially with Microsoft had been building apps for Microsoft for Android for ...

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List of Telecoms to support Always Connected Windows 10 PCs

It’s been sometime Microsoft & Qualcomm announced their partnership with Windows 10 ARM, and bits of those have started showing up at CES 2018, especially with Lenovo announcing the first Windows 10 on ARM notebook the Miix 360 which is Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor,  Adreno 540 GPU, 4GB / 6GB RAM, 64GB to 256 GB SSD, with of course 20 ...

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Microsoft Store now supports Subscription Add-ons for Apps

Long awaited, Microsoft has rolled out support for developers so they can implement  Subscription Add-ons for their Apps, the catch here is that it needs to be a UWP App. The developers will have to, of course, update their apps to implement in-app purchases including recurring billing, free trials, one-time consumables, and so on. Microsoft also offers Store Manage consumable in case ...

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Got an Old PC ? Meltdown and Spectre issues will hit it hard on performance

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2018 started with bad news for all CPU, just not Intel, because of the CPU architecture which has vulnerabilities that can allow websites to execute malicious JavaScript to get unauthorized access. What is even sad is that if you are still rocking an old PC, the performance issue will hit you even harder. Microsoft has revealed the impact of the ...

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