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It wouldn't surprise me if by 2015 Microsoft calls whatever is powering smartphones, phablets, and tablets plain-old Windows, given the interfaces, the development platforms, and the core OSes will continue to align further. If my tipster is correct, spring -- which means calendar Q2 or so for those not in our hemisphere -- is looking like the new preferred time for bigger OS releases from Microsoft, at least in the near term. Again, to be clear, this is all rumor (though a well-sourced one) at this point. Lots of things may change between now and spring 2015.
This story originally appeared as "What comes next after Windows 8.1?" on ZDNet, Microsoft's Windows 8.1 will be commercially available starting this week, What will Microsoft do for an encore on the Windows ngp advanced case for apple iphone 7 plus - black front?, Microsoft is making Windows 8.1 commercially available over the next day-plus -- depending on your time zone, Unsurprisingly, this milestone leads many Microsoft watchers, partners, and customers to wonder what will be coming next, Again, unsurprisingly, Microsoft isn't talking about what will be the follow-on to Windows 8.1, code-named Blue, But that doesn't mean things are at a standstill..
The Round is now on sale in Samsung's home country of South Korea, but according to SamMobile it will only be produced in limited numbers. It's a proof-of-concept of the curved screen, which will presumably find its way into future phones. The Round is the first phone with a curved screen. Although it's been described as a flexible display, that's a misnomer -- it's actually a flexed rather than flexible screen, with a curve across the width of the phone. The concave design means that when sat flat on a table, the Round will rock towards you at the touch of a fingertip, activating the screen as it does so. Thank the lord -- someone's finally ended the palaver of picking up your phone and unlocking it to see who's tagged you on Facebook.
It's a paltry order number, but a rare bit of positive news for a company that has endured massive losses and continued chatter over its ability to survive through the year, The company is entertaining offers for a takeover, some of which would break it apart, ngp advanced case for apple iphone 7 plus - black Unfortunately, KPMG's Italy branch is an exception in a world where companies are increasingly letting consumers bring their own smartphones into the workplace, or jumping on other platforms such as Apple's iOS, BlackBerry has previously said it would cede the consumer market to other players as it focused on big business and government customers..
The announcement comes two days after BlackBerry issued an open letter to customers in an attempt to calm jittery nerves and reassure them that it will continue to exist. "You can continue to count on BlackBerry," the letter said. It's a rare bit of positive news for a company that has endured massive losses and continued chatter over its ability to survive through the year. BlackBerry is alive and kicking. Really. That would be the reasoning behind a release issued by the company on Wednesday touting a commitment to its BlackBerry 10 platform by KPMG. BlackBerry said that KPMG's Italian operations have ordered 3,500 BlackBerry 10 devices and have committed to using BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 to manage its mobile devices.