Office 2010 Starter Edition the freeware OOPS adware version of Office 2010 has leaked on the Internet by a WinMatrix forum user.
The starter edition of Office 2010 includes Microsoft Word Starter Edition and Microsoft Excel starter edition, which do not have all the features of the regular Word and Excel. However, the starter edition will be enough for your day to day use of dealing with documents.
Why is Microsoft giving the Office 2010 starter edition free? Like we told you in the beginning this is not much of a free version and is instead an adware, so you can expect to see ads pop up while editing your documents or creating spreadsheets.
You can always try out Office Plus Professional 2010 till October 2010 by downloading it from the official download page.
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Office 2010 beta was supposed to be released sometime next week. However, like always a copy of Office 2010 beta is already doing the rounds on the internet on torrent sites.
Office 2010 beta has several new features as compared to the Technical preview version. Craving Tech has posted some screenshots of the Office 2010 beta.
Manan has also posted an article which compares the changes between Office 2010 Technical Preview and Office 2010 Beta. You can check out his post to learn more about it.
Google provides users with several services including Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Docs. Usually users have to visit these services individually to view information. Google OS has spotted a new Google Dashboard, which summarizes data from several Google services in one place.
The new Dashboard will display a summary of email conversation, your iGoogle homepage, YouTube and more. Google Dashboard is definitely a good move, considering that many people use multiple Google services. However, Google Dashboard is not live yet, and users will start getting the feature in the Personal settingsof their My Account page starting November 5th.
Watch a brief overview video of Google Dashboardbelow, which was supposed to be Embargoed until 2AM PT, November 5th.
HTC HD2 is an Android based handset manufactured by HTC Corporation. This handset has been codenamed as the “HTC Dragon”. It runs on 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 320MB RAM and 512MB ROM. It also has an amazing 5 mega-pixel camera. Still there is no official statement about this handset.
Features Of HTC Dragon:
- Google Android Operating System
- 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
- 320MB RAM and 512MB ROM
- 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen
- Wi-Fi (with router capabilities)
- 3G with HSDPA and EDGE/GPRS
- Bluetooth, USB
- GPS with A-GPS
- 5 Mega-pixel camera
- MicroSD card support
- 3.5mm jack
Check out the exclusive leaked image of HTC Dragon below.
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Nokia 2220 Slide is an entry-level handset that is expected to launch at the end of this year. Although there is no official announcement from Nokia. This handset is based on Nokia S40 platform. The price of this handset is expected to be around $100.
Nokia 2220 Slide will come with a VGA Camera and it will run on Nokia S40 platform. It will have a small 128 x 160 TFT Display. You can use your standard headphones on this device as it has a 3.5mm jack. You can even listen music with the help of radio.
Other features includes Opera Mini browser, 10MB of internal memory. There is no information available regarding its external memory. It will have 8 hours in talk-time and 400 hours in standby time. This handset will be available in different colors. Official announcement from Nokia regarding this handset is expected soon.
Check out some exclusive images of Nokia 2220 Slide below.
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Microsoft Office 2010 has been a victim of numerous leaks. The beta 1 of Microsoft Office 2010 codenamed Mondo was leaked in August. It turns out that another Mondo build has made its way to the internet.
Here are some screenshots of the latest Microsoft Office 2010 Beta 1 Mondo Build 14.0.4414.1000. If you are looking to download the leaked builds, you may want to wait for a while. Microsoft will be releasing a public beta of Office 2010 shortly. You can download and test the latest version once they become available.
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Looks like someone had a lot of time on hand or really didn’t have anything else to do, so he/she came up with a video, uploaded it to YouTube and tweeted about it on twitter.
That was enough for many of the top blogs go bonkers over a very secretive Google Chrome OS video being leaked on the internet. If you haven’t watched the video yet we have it for you, the initial screens look a bit real, but you can spot the obvious towards the end.
Fake Google Chrome OS video
Office 2010 technical preview was released sometime back but Microsoft has still been working on newer versions of the next generation Office product.
Turns out that a new beta of Microsoft Office 2010 Mondo with build 14.0.4417.1000 has hit the streets before Microsoft even told users about it, though there are not many changes from the original technical preview it is still creating quite a lot of buzz.
If you are wondering what the new build looks like here are some leaked screenshots of Microsoft Office 2010 Mondo Build 14.0.4417.1000.
As you can see there is nothing exceptionally different in the screenshots, however there might be several things that might have been done under the hood.
Thinking of downloading the leaked copy? Well we would rather wait till Microsoft officially makes an update available since we are already using the technical preview of Office 2010.
Screenshots via Techno Path & Sizzled Core