Coming up on WTU this week Microsoft reorganizes, Apple violates antitrust laws, a solar-powered plane completes its journey and a robot is sent to a frozen tundra.
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Nokia announced its latest Windows Phone the Lumia 1020 in New York Thursday. The smartphone packs a 41 megapixel optical sensor and a 6x zoom.
Microsoft announced that Xbox One will go on sale in 21 markets this November for US$499.
Coming up on WTU this week sending cash via Gmail and more at Google IO, BBM coming to iOS and Android and Windows Blue to restore some missed features.
Imagine controlling Apple iTunes from inside Microsoft Word without having to switch applications. That could be possible, according to researchers at the University of Washington who are working on a project that could essentially make any proprietary software open source.
Microsoft wrapped up its seventh annual Imagine Cup and announced the worldwide winners of the challenge Tuesday. At the four-day event in Cairo, Romania’s Team SYTECH won the coveted software design award, South Korea’s Team Wafree won for embedded development and Brazil’s Team LEVV It won the game development contest.
Stating that the industry has already picked a winner in the battle of next-generation DVD superiority, Netflix announced Monday that it will stock only Blu-ray discs and drop the HD DVD format. Since the first high-definition DVDs came on the market in early 2006, Netflix has offered both formats.
IBM announced Tuesday that it has created a process allowing its manufacturing facilities to repurpose otherwise scrap semiconductor wafers.
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