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Just few days back, the renowned Taiwanese laptop makers Asus has launched its U36 model in UK, which is the world’s first thinnest ultraportable laptop to use a standard-voltage processor.
Look who has decided to make a surprise filled appearance in Pakistan – An Asus based Windows Phone 7 device. Unfortunately the specs part of the phone still remains a mystery but it remains to be seen for how long. Let us hope that its specs get leaked out as soon as possible. From the image, it seems it might have a front facing camera.
Microsoft, these days is in quite a mood to reveal the essential details about Windows Phone 7. So what have they disclosed this time is the obvious question? They have officially confirmed the hardware manufacturers that will be launching their sensational and innovative devices when Windows Phone 7 goes live.
It has been a while since we heard Redmondians talking about Windows 7 Tablet, but not any more. Steve Ballmer during his keynote speech at the just kicked off Worldwide Partner Conference has revealed that a number of new Windows 7 Tablets will be tmaking their debut before the end of this year.
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Sources told TechCrunch that Google‘s Chrome OS has an early version launching next week. Early screenshots proved to be fake, and later screenshots depicted the browser component of the OS. Sources inside Google have said there’s more to Chrome OS than that.
One thing we know is that the browser in Chrome OS will be able to mount drives and function as a system navigation tool. How will hardware support be in these early builds? Although Google and device manufacturers are on the case writing drivers for your favorite peripherals, don’t count on all your devices working with Chrome OS right away.
The new OS will initially target netbooks with a particular aim to give Windows XP users something besides a crippled, expensive Windows 7 to upgrade. Now the question is that which computers will be able to run Chrome OS, it is guessed that Acer, Adobe, ASUS, Freescale, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, and Toshiba will be able to run Google’s Chrome OS. But does it mean hardware or software from other companies won’t be compatible?