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Microsoft talks Windows 8 app pricing, free trials

Now that we have a release date for Windows 8, it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty and talk about apps. All of the apps we’ve seen for the Windows 8 Consumer Preview have been free, but obviously, that won’t be the case when the full version of Windows 8 becomes available. Even though we’ll surely see a ton …

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Microsoft Office 2013 Complete Features

Exclusive Microsoft Office 2013 Microsoft recently unveiled the consumer preview of the company’s next-generation office suite. We have already shared the download link of Office 2013 consumer preview in our previous post. This software will be released in three editions – Office 365 Home Premium, Small Business Premium and ProPlus. The Microsoft Office 2013 sports a fresh new look, heavily …

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Microsoft Tablet Talk Resurfaces

  Microsoft Corp is gearing up to unveil its own tablet to boost its new Windows 8 operating system and counter Apple Inc’s hot-selling iPad, according to media reports on Friday. Such an effort, which the company has not confirmed, would be a departure from its usual focus on software and potentially throw Microsoft into direct competition with its closest …

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Microsoft Announces Xbox Music (RIP Zune)

It looks like it’s time to finally hold a funeral for the Zune brand (it’s too late to do an open casket viewing, though; the body is already far too decomposed.) Microsoft has finally unveiled Xbox Music, the successor to the Zune Pass streaming service (and entire Zune brand, for that matter), rumored to have been codenamed “Woodstock”. During a …

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German court rules against Microsoft on patents

A court in Germany has ruled that Microsoft infringed two patents held by Motorola. The state court in the southern city of Mannheim on Wednesday upheld Motorola’s complaint on the patent breaches and declared Microsoft Corp. liable for damages. It didn’t set an amount for the damages. The court also ordered Microsoft to remove all products that infringe the patents …

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