Tag Archives: Microsoft

Near Field Communication (NFC) will make our daily lives better

Recent developments around near field communication (NFC) have the blogoshpere buzzing. The top three mobile platforms, Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 are rumored to be preparing to support NFC. According to a recent study, one third of iPhone users … Continue reading

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Carnival of the Mobilists #237

Carnival of Mobilists is a weekly collection of some of the finest in mobile blogging. Head over to this week’s edition at AntoineRJWrigh’s blog. This week’s carnival also features my post Microsoft’s Mobile Gaming Strategy is Brilliant

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Microsoft’s Mobile Gaming Strategy is Brilliant

Colin Gibbs of GigaOm thinks that Microsoft’s Mobile Gaming Strategy is a mistake, he cites that Microsoft will be bring “twitch” games like “Halo” which don’t make sense on mobile… I think that’s a little presumptuous, I think Microsoft’s focus … Continue reading

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Google Chrome Strategy: V8+Gears vs. Silverlight

In all this hullabullo over Chrome, it’s a delight to come across voices that see through the clutter. Came across one such voice in a comment on Chrome by Josh Jonte Chrome, by Google’s own admission, borrowed heavily from Mozilla. Google … Continue reading

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Google’s Chrome is aimed at Windows, not IE

In my previous post I had talked about Microsoft finally coming up with a worthy reply to Firefox with IE 8. I guess I published that post a tad bit early because Google launched Chrome in the next 12 hours. … Continue reading

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IE Vs Firefox: Welcome back to the Browser Wars

Microsoft has come up with IE 8 (beta available for public download). A normal reaction would be… Big deal, who cares about a browser from Microsoft, Firefox just set a record of maximum software downloads, it’s hands down the best … Continue reading

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