Archive for February 8th, 2012

What? You think Windows 8 Leap Day is coincidence?

Good marketing is all about subtly and communicating a complex message simply. But in the era of tech events, particularly Apple’s during the second Steve Jobs era, their announcement is something of an artform. Microsoft’s Windows 8 Consumer Preview event announcement is rich in subtly and foreshadowing, simply by a date. February 29. Leap Day comes once but every four years. It’s a special day that seems to have been specially chosen: Microsoft will hold the Windows 8 event in Barcelona, Spain, during Mobile World Congress (Feb. 27 to March 1). Not on Day One or Two, which customarily are… [Continue Reading]

Windows 8 Consumer Preview can be yours February 29

Beta testers, get ready: Windows 8 is coming on Leap Day. The first public beta release that is, which keeps it on track for an October release. My colleague Joe Wilcox details the timeline in this post on Windows 8, which hints at Microsoft’s announced date — calling it “six or more weeks later” than the early January release of Windows 7′s public beta. I’d say he was pretty close. Microsoft is celebrating the release of the Customer Preview with an event in Barcelona, Spain on February 29, which is being held there to coincide with Mobile World Congress, also… [Continue Reading]

Windows 8 Consumer Preview coming February 29th

The Windows 8 Consumer Preview—notably it’s not being called a “beta”—will be launched on February 29th. Microsoft will launch it at an event it’s hosting in Barcelona to coincide with Mobile World Congress.

Tak…

Windows 8 Consumer Preview coming February 29th

The Windows 8 Consumer Preview—notably it’s not being called a “beta”—will be launched on February 29th. Microsoft will launch it at an event it’s hosting in Barcelona to coincide with Mobile World Congress.

Tak…

Chrome for Android won’t ever get Flash

Chrome for Android may have set its sights on being the default browser on your Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone, but you’ll have to make do with no Flash Player support if you give in to the new beta’s allure. Having announced that its Flash Player mobile plans were over back in November, Adobe has confirmed that Chrome [...]

Google speaks on Chrome for Android Beta: "Ice Cream Sandwich is the baseline"

Google has released Chrome for Android Beta, adeptly tailoring its desktop browser to the mobile platform with a number of neat touches. The downside? It’s Ice Cream Sandwich only.

Google Releases Chrome For Android – Updated

It has finally happened; Google has officially released Chrome for Android. In typical Google fashion, the browser is currently in beta and requires Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to run.

Chrome for Android has been designed from the ground-up for …

Google Releases Chrome For Android – Updated

It has finally happened; Google has officially released Chrome for Android. In typical Google fashion, the browser is currently in beta and requires Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to run.

Chrome for Android has been designed from the ground-up for …

Adobe confirms: no Flash for Chrome on Android

Google issued a beta release of Chrome for Android earlier today. The browser provides support for modern Web standards and includes a number of compelling features that aren’t available in the Android’s default browser. One note…

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