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UK is being smoked by Windows Phone

Microsoft's 'Smoked by Windows Phone' challenge, introduced at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, has finally reached the UK under a new name, 'Dare To Live'. Microsoft's Windows Phone teams kicked off the campaign this weekend in London, visiting Oxford Street, Camden, Shoreditch, Tottenham Court Road and Westfield (White City).

April 23, 2012 by

Jam tomorrow: Dell unwraps its Christmas offerings

Dell showed off a raft of new products in London yesterday, including the Inspiron Duo netbook/tablet, an all-in-one touch screen PC, an M101z netbook, and the latest Dell Streak mobile phone. One of Dell's staff also had a Venue Pro running Windows Phone 7.

November 23, 2010 by

Ballmer: Too much fine print in Microsoft licences

Microsoft could do more to simplify its software licensing, according to the company's chief executive Steve Ballmer. Speaking at a Windows 7 event in London on Monday, he said that Microsoft's licence terms could be made clearer, but that any simplifications could result in extra costs for its customers.

October 9, 2009 by

Steve Ballmer and licensing: the video

ZDNet UK was at Microsoft's London HQ yesterday, listening to Steve Ballmer talk about Windows 7, Server 2008 R2 and matters appertaining. We weren't allowed to ask questions, although customers in the audience were.

October 6, 2009 by

Microsoft blunders with a confusing Windows 7 upgrade chart

Someone at Microsoft is secretly working for Apple. That’s the only possible explanation I can come up with for why they distributed an “Official Windows 7 Upgrade chart” that is riddled with errors and implies that upgrading to Windows 7 will be hideously complex. You might as well just throw up your hands now. Or you can see my remake of the chart, which fixes the mistakes and makes your choices much clearer.

August 6, 2009 by

Windows XP Mode for dummies

Windows XP Mode is very much like an East London hooker: sure, they work really hard but they aren't very good to look at. Windows XP Mode does indeed work extremely well, but doesn't always look very pretty.

May 20, 2009 by

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