Microsoft Surface RT Was Poised To Become A Disaster [And We Told You In April Itself]
Finally, Microsoft has tuned itself with the thought, what we claimed much earlier; After much of hue and cry in last two quarters it has been proved that Microsoft Surface RT was never equipped to take off well in...
Windows Tablet To Leapfrog iPad: 32% Of Global Workforce Prefer It As The Next Tablet [Report]
Microsoft couldn't keep itself away from hardware business; the company jumped into the money-making segment with Windows Tablet last year. It's said that 1.25 million units of 'Surface RT' were sent to distribution channels during the last quarter, but...
Microsoft Q2 2013 Earnings: Why The Company Doesn’t Want To Disclose The Sales Figure Of Surface RT Tablet?
Just one day after a disastrous earning report from Apple, Microsoft Q2 2013 earnings came to spotlight. Yesterday, Microsoft announced its financial results for Q2 2013 (ending December 31, 2013), which is considered as one of the most lucrative...
Hey Microsoft!! Please Do Something With Surface RT, Before Nokia Will Crush You In Tablet Space
In 2010, Apple introduced iPad Mini. At that time, market was flourished with full of black plastic keyboards and PCs, which were unilaterally powered by Windows XP OS. But now, scenario has changed. Today's Tablets are sleek, thin, and...
Despite Of 1 Million Projected Sales Of Surface Tablets In Q4, Microsoft Stays Nowhere In Competition
Few days before, Microsoft’s chief marketing and financial officer for Windows announced that the company sold 40 million Windows 8 licenses since its launch on October 26. But considering the demand of Windows devices in the matured markets like...
Sorry Microsoft!! Nexus 10 And iPad 4 Are Simply Better Than Surface Pro
Yesterday, Microsoft announced that 64 GB and 128 GB versions of Surface with Windows 8 Pro will be available in early next year at the price tag starting from $899. It will not be a gaffe to compare Windows...
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From Unicorns to Thrift Warriors: How Indian Startups Slash Appraisals in a Battle for Survival
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, Indian companies, particularly the much-celebrated startup unicorns, have found themselves caught in...
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