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07
Oct
2015

Integration, Flexibility and Transmutable Devices - The October 2015 Windows 10 Devices Event

POSTED BY James Moar
Following the release of Windows 10, with the promise of cross-device compatibility as well as apps that work on any Windows device (Universal Apps), the Windows 10 Devices event turned very Apple, in that it showcased devices built specifically for that software. At the same time, however, Microsoft is endeavouring to divorce the device from the data, making things as transferrable and flexible as it can.
09
Jul
2015

Microsoft Lays off 7,800 Device Workers as Part of its One Platform Strategy

POSTED BY James Moar
Satya Nadella has announced that Microsoft will be laying off 7,800 workers in a reshuffle, accompanied by a $7.6 billion write-off related to the acquisition of Nokia. This is despite Lumia sales that have been showing steady increases throughout 2014, although they do not come close to the likes of Samsung, Apple or even LG.
01
Jul
2015

E3 Round-Up: Gamer Conference Delivers for Most

POSTED BY Lauren Foye
June 16th saw the return of the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, widely regarded as the key conference for game enthusiasts and developers alike, with leading industry players including hardware vendors such as Sony and Microsoft, and games companies like Ubisoft and EA in attendance.
03
Jun
2015

A New Player Joins the Battle for Your Living Room

POSTED BY Lauren Foye
The past year has seen the TV industry witness a wealth new of new OTT (over-the-top) and VOD (video on demand) services launch, as well as some of TV’s more traditional players take the initiative in providing their content in this form too. With the ever growing trend towards tuning previously ‘dumb’ TVs connected via STBs (set-top boxes), Consoles, and streaming sticks, we have now seen NVIDIA make a concerted effort to also gain traction in this space...
30
Jan
2015

A Tale of Two Quarters, with Apple and Microsoft

POSTED BY James Moar
As the quarterly financial results from technology companies roll in, we are presented with two similar but contrasting visions of the devices market. One is of an expanding market, of an underdog recovering its strength, while the other is of record-breaking sales and exceeded expectations in some places, while trying to ignore its decline in others.