Tag Archives: Microsoft

Microsoft’s HoloLens Could Change Everything In Your World

With a lot of attention on companies releasing virtual reality technology Microsoft changes it up with the news of HoloLens that literally could change everything in your world. Microsoft’s utterly surprising unveiling of its new HoloLens head-mounted, holographic computing device last week was not just a major announcement for the tech ...

Microsoft Embraces Bitcoin Payments

Microsoft Corp’s latest announcement is huge news for the Bitcoin Industry. Not only is Microsoft one of the largest companies in the world it is also one that takes digital technologies and security very seriously. As the world moves more digital each passing day, hacks and security compromises continue to ...



The coming Windows 8.1 Start Menu as seen in leaked screenshot

A screenshot surfaced online at My Digital Life forums during the World Cup Final yesterday and it claims to showcase what Microsoft is bringing on the Start Menu of Windows 8.1. As you can see on our featured image above, that screenshot has words in it that claim it’s Microsoft confidential. ...


The much-hyped Microsoft Surface Pro 3

Microsoft claims that this is ‘the tablet that can replace a laptop’. That is, basically the same thing they said about the original Surface Pro and Pro 2. Neither of which was able to deliver, and ending up with relatively low market sales. Nevertheless, Microsoft claims to have hit the ...

Microsoft Announces a fix for the Zero Day Flaw in Internet Explorer

Microsoft announced it patched the IE vulnerability that allowed attackers to execute code on a machine without victims knowing about it. The Internet Explorer vulnerability, which affects IE versions 6 to 11, is a remote code-execution vulnerability, meaning cyberattackers could create a Web page and persuade users to view that ...

Hackers target a new bug on Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Hackers are busy finding new ways to exploit the new flaw in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer that leaves a large number of the world’s internet users vulnerable to attacks. The flaw was found on Internet Explorer 6-11, with hackers mostly targeting 9-11, according to FireEye, the security firm that found the ...