Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie: The next version of Google

Google is definitely not slowing his pace in the development of Android, appeared in late 2011 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich next to Samsung Galaxy Nexus, and in July 2012 Android 4.1 Jelly Bean that came along with the Nexus 7.

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Windows 8 Transformation/UX Pack 6.5 Released

It’s been a week since Windows 8 officially gone live. I’ve been looking all this time since 6.0 release until Windows 8 officially gone live for something better, something to improve user experiences like updated themes and applications. But sadly, no better alternatives released since 6.0. Hence, I’m releasing 6.5 as refreshed build fixing problems in 6.0 instead.

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Midori: The Secret Operating System From Microsoft, Still In Development

For several years, Microsoft researchers are working on a new operating system. Known as Midori, this new OS is based on the work initiated by Microsoft Research Singularity in 2003. The goal is to completely rethink the Windows operating system as designed today in order to fill the gaps, whether bugs or errors caused by plugins or drivers. These weaknesses result from a thought architecture in the 60s and 70s, which would not have changed since then. Midori is not based on the NT kernel, but on a new microkernel.

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Buy Windows 8: What version and at what price?

On August 1st Microsoft announced that it has completed Windows 8 (RTM). This version of Windows 8 was only available to professional subscribers to MSDN and TechNet programs, or individuals but as a trial version. But since today (October 26th) all users can have access and buy this new edition of Microsoft Windows. If you want to get one version for yourself here are the possible ways to get it.

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