Microsoft announced its earnings for the first quarter of 2012, with revenue of $17.41 billion and operating income of $6.37 billion.

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IDC predicts that Android will overtake Windows in the overall smart device market – PCs, tablets and smartphones – by 2016.

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According to the I’m a WP7 app, it would appear that someone installed it — a Windows Phone app — on a Windows 8 PC.

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Microsoft has created a new application class to accommodate third party web browsers, which would have had a tough time working solely with the restrictive WinRT API. Mozilla and Google are two browser developers that have already confirmed working on a Metro edition.

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Nokia may be working to launch a Windows 8 tablet in Q4 2012. It is rumored to be powered by Qualcomm’s SoC and will run Windows on ARM.

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Since Windows 8 Consumer Preview was released, there has been a lot of noise about usability. Is it justified?

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The new Windows 8 Consumer Preview replaces the familiar the Start button button with a hotspot. If you are missing the old Start button, here’s a simple trick to get it back.

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A quick tutorial for installing Windows 8 from USB devices such as hard disks and pen drives.

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Windows 8 Consumer Preview Product Key when you install using USB Drive or DVD.

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Windows Live now allows you to connect to Google to keep contacts in sync. Is this is prepration for native support of Google services in WP7/W8?

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Microsoft announces major upgrades to SkyDrive coming with Windows 8, making personal cloud and device cloud a reality.

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Microsoft has built the environment and the OS. Will OEMs and developers complete their bit and make Windows 8 tablets succeed?

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Mozilla has announced that it is working on a Metro version of Firefox that will feature a simplified UI that is optimized for touchscreen devices like tablets.

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New leaked screenshots of Windows 8 suggest that Microsoft has decided to kill the famous Windows Start button.

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Acer and Lenovo are rumored to be working on next-generation Windows 8 tablets that will use the Intel platform instead of the more popular ARM platform.

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