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Microsoft unveils Atom based Surface 3, the Pro 3’s little brother

 

Microsoft unveils Atom-based Surface 3, the Pro 3’s little brother

 

 

Microsoft is adding a new Surface table to their arsenal. In an attempt to capture the attention of students, families, or anyone not enamored with the Surface Pro 3’s $799 starting price, Microsoft has the Surface 3 (non-Pro). Starting at $499, the device sports a 64-bit Intel Atom x7 Cherry Trail quad-core SoC, sports 2GB RAM, and 32GB memory on-board. The Surface 3 will ship with Windows 8.1, but is upgradeable to Windows 10 once that version is available. Expect to see Surface 3 in stores this May 5. It's available for pre-order starting today. Aside from the aforementioned specs, the Surface 3 has a 1920 x 1280 resolution 10.8-inch display, which has a 3:2 aspect ratio. On launch, the WiFi version will be available. Later this year, Microsoft will have an LTE-ready version available via T-Mobile and Verizon, though no date or timeframe was given for that one.At 622g (1.37 pounds), it’s the lightest Surface tablet Microsoft has ever made. The 8.7mm profile rivals other larger tablets, and you’ll still be able to slip Microsoft’s impressive keyboard on the bottom. Surface 3 naturally supports Microsoft’s stylus, but it won’t be included with your purchase. Mini DisplayPort and USB 3.0 will serve as your main plug-and-play ports, while microUSB is around for charging (it seems Microsoft isn’t quite ready to hop on the USB-C bandwagon). A microSD card reader is also included, while an 8MP camera is housed around back.There are a lot of unanswered questions with Surface 3; things like battery life or how well the odd screen size works with Microsoft’s Surface keyboard folios can be answered in a review. Once we’ve got one in-hand for a longer duration, we’ll be sure to answer those for you. via slashgear.com

 

Microsoft unveils Atom based Surface 3, the Pro 3’s little brother

 

Microsoft unveils Atom-based Surface 3, the Pro 3’s little brother

 

 

Microsoft is adding a new Surface table to their arsenal. In an attempt to capture the attention of students, families, or anyone not enamored with the Surface Pro 3’s $799 starting price, Microsoft has the Surface 3 (non-Pro). Starting at $499, the device sports a 64-bit Intel Atom x7 Cherry Trail quad-core SoC, sports 2GB RAM, and 32GB memory on-board. The Surface 3 will ship with Windows 8.1, but is upgradeable to Windows 10 once that version is available. Expect to see Surface 3 in stores this May 5. It's available for pre-order starting today. Aside from the aforementioned specs, the Surface 3 has a 1920 x 1280 resolution 10.8-inch display, which has a 3:2 aspect ratio. On launch, the WiFi version will be available. Later this year, Microsoft will have an LTE-ready version available via T-Mobile and Verizon, though no date or timeframe was given for that one.At 622g (1.37 pounds), it’s the lightest Surface tablet Microsoft has ever made. The 8.7mm profile rivals other larger tablets, and you’ll still be able to slip Microsoft’s impressive keyboard on the bottom. Surface 3 naturally supports Microsoft’s stylus, but it won’t be included with your purchase. Mini DisplayPort and USB 3.0 will serve as your main plug-and-play ports, while microUSB is around for charging (it seems Microsoft isn’t quite ready to hop on the USB-C bandwagon). A microSD card reader is also included, while an 8MP camera is housed around back.There are a lot of unanswered questions with Surface 3; things like battery life or how well the odd screen size works with Microsoft’s Surface keyboard folios can be answered in a review. Once we’ve got one in-hand for a longer duration, we’ll be sure to answer those for you. via slashgear.com

 

Microsoft unveils 5inch Lumia 640 and 5.7inch Lumia 640 XL

"Stephen Elop took the stage to open the Microsoft MWC 2015 event and right off the bat unveiled the Microsoft Lumia 640. After a brief intermission for a Windows 10 demo, Elop came back to unveil the larger Microsoft Lumia 640 XL. Both phones will launch Windows Phone 8.1, but Microsoft's intention is to bring them and other modern Lumias to Windows 10. The Microsoft Lumia 640 is bigger and has a better screen than other 6-series devices, it packs a 5" IPS display with 720p resolution (294ppi). The display enjoys Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 400 chipset (quad-core Cortex-A7 at 1.2GHz) with 1GB of RAM. There's also 8GB of storage, expandable with up to 128GB microSD cards." Read more here:

Microsoft unveils 5inch Lumia 640 and 5.7inch Lumia 640 XL

"Stephen Elop took the stage to open the Microsoft MWC 2015 event and right off the bat unveiled the Microsoft Lumia 640. After a brief intermission for a Windows 10 demo, Elop came back to unveil the larger Microsoft Lumia 640 XL. Both phones will launch Windows Phone 8.1, but Microsoft's intention is to bring them and other modern Lumias to Windows 10. The Microsoft Lumia 640 is bigger and has a better screen than other 6-series devices, it packs a 5" IPS display with 720p resolution (294ppi). The display enjoys Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 400 chipset (quad-core Cortex-A7 at 1.2GHz) with 1GB of RAM. There's also 8GB of storage, expandable with up to 128GB microSD cards." Read more here:

Crazysoft's 2015 Astrology Premium App is out!

2015 Astrology

Crazysoft's 2015 Astrology Premium is out!

Registered/Paid users can get the free major update completely free like every New Year! The update will be made automatically through your App Store.

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Crazysoft's 2015 Astrology Premium App is out!

2015 Astrology

Crazysoft's 2015 Astrology Premium is out!

Registered/Paid users can get the free major update completely free like every New Year! The update will be made automatically through your App Store.

Try it free:

FOR YOUR PHONE/TABLET:
iPhone
iPad
Android
Blackberry
Windows Phone 8

FOR YOUR DESKTOP:
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Windows 8.1
Older Windows
Mac OS X
Linux Ubuntu

Crazysoft's 2015 Astrology Premium App is out!

2015 Astrology

Crazysoft's 2015 Astrology Premium is out!

Registered/Paid users can get the free major update completely free like every New Year! The update will be made automatically through your App Store.

Try it free:

FOR YOUR PHONE/TABLET:
iPhone
iPad
Android
Blackberry
Windows Phone 8

FOR YOUR DESKTOP:
Facebook
Windows 8.1
Older Windows
Mac OS X
Linux Ubuntu

Crazysoft's 2015 Astrology Premium App is out!

2015 Astrology

Crazysoft's 2015 Astrology Premium is out!

Registered/Paid users can get the free major update completely free like every New Year! The update will be made automatically through your App Store.

Try it free:

FOR YOUR PHONE/TABLET:
iPhone
iPad
Android
Blackberry
Windows Phone 8

FOR YOUR DESKTOP:
Facebook
Windows 8.1
Older Windows
Mac OS X
Linux Ubuntu

Nokia unleashes the new Lumia 635 in a new video promo

"Nokia’s forthcoming Lumia 635 is special. It is packing solid hardware along with LTE connectivity and an affordable price point. The new Nokia will be the first device packing Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box and it is the first Windows Phone to have on-screen navigation keys. This will also be the first Nokia Windows Phone without a dedicated shutter button for the camera. However, for devices to be affordable, and SIM-free below the $200 mark, some trimming around the hardware or feature set is unavoidable. Very often, high-speed data is one of the features sacrificed in favor of HSPA connectivity. CPUs get switched out for slower cousins. Cameras and system memory usually feel the pinch too. The Lumia 635 avoids the data pinch, and while it does have a slower processor than its flagship counterpart, the Lumia 930, it is still a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 tuned at 1.2GHz, more than enough horsepower to handle the Windows Phone OS. Plus, because it is a Nokia, it has all the popular and well-made Nokia experience apps like HERE Drive, HERE Maps, and Nokia Mix Radio baked in. The 5MP camera on the Lumia 635 is not a ZEISS optics, PureView unit, but we know Nokia, now Microsoft Mobile, knows how to make cameras. All that is left is for us now is to get our hands on one. The Nokia Lumia 635 will be available on AT&T, T-Mobile, and MetroPCS in the US, and in other markets around the world." via phonearena.com

Nokia unleashes the new Lumia 635 in a new video promo

"Nokia’s forthcoming Lumia 635 is special. It is packing solid hardware along with LTE connectivity and an affordable price point. The new Nokia will be the first device packing Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box and it is the first Windows Phone to have on-screen navigation keys. This will also be the first Nokia Windows Phone without a dedicated shutter button for the camera. However, for devices to be affordable, and SIM-free below the $200 mark, some trimming around the hardware or feature set is unavoidable. Very often, high-speed data is one of the features sacrificed in favor of HSPA connectivity. CPUs get switched out for slower cousins. Cameras and system memory usually feel the pinch too. The Lumia 635 avoids the data pinch, and while it does have a slower processor than its flagship counterpart, the Lumia 930, it is still a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 tuned at 1.2GHz, more than enough horsepower to handle the Windows Phone OS. Plus, because it is a Nokia, it has all the popular and well-made Nokia experience apps like HERE Drive, HERE Maps, and Nokia Mix Radio baked in. The 5MP camera on the Lumia 635 is not a ZEISS optics, PureView unit, but we know Nokia, now Microsoft Mobile, knows how to make cameras. All that is left is for us now is to get our hands on one. The Nokia Lumia 635 will be available on AT&T, T-Mobile, and MetroPCS in the US, and in other markets around the world." via phonearena.com