Windows 8 and 8.1 finally pass 15% market share, Windows XP drops below 20 …

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Windows 8 and 8.1 finally pass 15% market share, Windows XP drops below 20 …

Net Applications: Windows 8 and 8.1 Finally Surpass 15% Market Share. The figures are in, and Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system is finally getting a bit more traction among desktop and laptops. Windows XP’s market share has tumbled to just 17.2 percent — a fall of 6.7 percentage points — according to ‘s latest figures, published on Saturday by Net Applications.In a rather surprising turn of events, the market share of Windows XP slid below 18 percent, according to the latest data from market analyst firm Net Applications. To record over-the-air television shows to your computer’s hard drive, you need a TV tuner for the PC to pull in the video signal and software ...

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Net Applications: Windows 8 and 8.1 Finally Surpass 15% Market Share

Rubric: Dell | 2 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Net Applications: Windows 8 and 8.1 Finally Surpass 15% Market Share

Net Applications: Windows 8 and 8.1 Finally Surpass 15% Market Share. The figures are in, and Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system is finally getting a bit more traction among desktop and laptops. Windows XP’s market share has tumbled to just 17.2 percent — a fall of 6.7 percentage points — according to ‘s latest figures, published on Saturday by Net Applications.In a rather surprising turn of events, the market share of Windows XP slid below 18 percent, according to the latest data from market analyst firm Net Applications. We’ve been so used to Windows 8 and 8.1 losing usage share month on month, that any kind of move in the right direction — i.e. growth — ...

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Windows 8.1 picks up steam as consumers adopt latest update

Rubric: Dell | 1 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Windows 8.1 picks up steam as consumers adopt latest update

Microsoft Beyond Windows. Windows XP’s market share has tumbled to just 17.2 percent — a fall of 6.7 percentage points — according to ‘s latest figures, published on Saturday by Net Applications.In a rather surprising turn of events, the market share of Windows XP slid below 18 percent, according to the latest data from market analyst firm Net Applications.Microsoft today stopped providing Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Premium, and Windows 7 Ultimate licenses to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), including its PC partners and systems builders. We’ve been so used to Windows 8 and 8.1 losing usage share month on month, that any kind of move in the right direction ...

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Microsoft stops selling consumer versions of Windows 7 to computer makers

Rubric: Dell | 1 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Microsoft stops selling consumer versions of Windows 7 to computer makers

Microsoft stops selling consumer versions of Windows 7 to computer makers. Windows XP’s market share has tumbled to just 17.2 percent — a fall of 6.7 percentage points — according to ‘s latest figures, published today by Net Applications.In a rather surprising turn of events, the market share of Windows XP slid below 18 percent, according to the latest data from market analyst firm Net Applications.Microsoft today stopped providing Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Premium, and Windows 7 Ultimate licenses to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), including its PC partners and systems builders. We’ve been so used to Windows 8 and 8.1 losing usage share month on month, that ...

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Windows 8 and 8.1 finally pass 15% market share, Windows XP drops below 20 …

Rubric: Dell | 1 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Windows 8 and 8.1 finally pass 15% market share, Windows XP drops below 20 …

Microsoft Beyond Windows. Windows XP’s market share has tumbled to just 17.2 percent — a fall of 6.7 percentage points — according to ‘s latest figures, published today by Net Applications.In a rather surprising turn of events, the market share of Windows XP slid below 18 percent, according to the latest data from market analyst firm Net Applications. To record over-the-air television shows to your computer’s hard drive, you need a TV tuner for the PC to pull in the video signal and software to handle the scheduling and video recording. We’ve been so used to Windows 8 and 8.1 losing usage share month on month, that any kind of move in the right direction — i.e. growth ...

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Windows 8.1 picks up steam as consumers adopt latest update

Rubric: Dell | 1 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Windows 8.1 picks up steam as consumers adopt latest update

Microsoft Beyond Windows. Windows XP’s market share has tumbled to just 17.2 percent — a fall of 6.7 percentage points — according to ‘s latest figures, published today by Net Applications.In a rather surprising turn of events, the market share of Windows XP slid below 18 percent, according to the latest data from market analyst firm Net Applications. Microsoft today stopped providing Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Premium, and Windows 7 Ultimate licenses to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), including its PC partners and systems builders. To record over-the-air television shows to your computer’s hard drive, you need a TV tuner for the PC to pull in the video signal ...

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I’ve Got The Ingredients. What Should I Cook? Ask IBM’s Watson

Rubric: Dell | 28 Oct 2014 | no comments yet »
I’ve Got The Ingredients. What Should I Cook? Ask IBM’s Watson

Big Blue Bets Big On IBM Watson Group. Reacting to 10 quarters in a row of declining revenues and the abandonment of IBM’s profit target for 2015, UBS’s Steve Milunovich asked on the Q3 earnings call last week about IBM’s appeal to Silicon Valley startups.Watson is an artificially intelligent computer system capable of answering questions posed in natural language, originally designed and built to answer questions on the quiz show Jeopardy. The end result will be to transform computers from essentially dumb devices capable only of crunching numbers with extraordinary speed to devices that combine that skill with intuition and common sense.The 400,000-square-foot building at 51 Astor Place ...

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I’ve Got The Ingredients. What Should I Cook? Ask IBM’s Watson

Rubric: Dell | 28 Oct 2014 | no comments yet »
I’ve Got The Ingredients. What Should I Cook? Ask IBM’s Watson

Big Blue Bets Big On IBM Watson Group. Reacting to 10 quarters in a row of declining revenues and the abandonment of IBM’s profit target for 2015, UBS’s Steve Milunovich asked on the Q3 earnings call last week about IBM’s appeal to Silicon Valley startups.Watson is an artificially intelligent computer system capable of answering questions posed in natural language, originally designed and built to answer questions on the quiz show Jeopardy.The end result will be to transform computers from essentially dumb devices capable only of crunching numbers with extraordinary speed to devices that combine that skill with intuition and common sense.The 400,000-square-foot building at 51 Astor Place ...

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IBM Reinvents Itself By Establishing A Frontier Homestead For Cognitive …

Rubric: Dell | 28 Oct 2014 | no comments yet »
IBM Reinvents Itself By Establishing A Frontier Homestead For Cognitive …

Big Blue Bets Big On IBM Watson Group. IBM’s Watson computer has amused and surprised humans by beating world class chess champions and Now, one of the world’s smartest machines is taking on chefs. Reacting to 10 quarters in a row of declining revenues and the abandonment of IBM’s profit target for 2015, UBS’s Steve Milunovich asked on the Q3 earnings call last week about IBM’s appeal to Silicon Valley startups.Watson is an artificially intelligent computer system capable of answering questions posed in natural language, originally designed and built to answer questions on the quiz show Jeopardy.The end result will be to transform computers from essentially dumb devices capable ...

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