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KB3045999 is a shit from Microsoft

blue screenAfter installing KB3045999 you will see a blue screen with the following error: BSOD c0000145 application error 0xc00000d.

What console war? Microsoft sells 1M Xbox Ones in first 24 hours

xbox oneThat was quick. Following Sony's successful PlayStation 4 launch last week, Microsoft has announced that it too has sold 1 million units in its first day.

Nokia Lumia 1520 may not reach buyers until December

nokia lumia 1520Consumers who ordered the 1520 are being told by AT&T and Microsoft that shipments have been stalled, says Windows Phone Central.

How to shut down Windows 8.1

windows 8.1 shut downThe new version of Windows offers at least one new trick over its predecessor when you want to power down.

Sony sells more than 1 million PlayStation 4s in first 24 hours

sony playstation 4While first-weekend sales appear to be strong, some frustrated buyers complain of receiving malfunctioning units.

Microsoft Office HopTo app hops onto the iPad

The new and free app lets you view and edit Microsoft Office documents and save them to the cloud.

First boot with the PlayStation 4

Sony PlayStation 4Sony's latest console is packed full of new and improved features. Here's what you need to know to get started.

Windows Phone wins bigger chunk of smartphone market

windows phoneMarket researcher Gartner dubs Microsoft's mobile phone OS the winner of the third quarter, with a gain in shipments of 123 percent.

Xbox Video support for Windows Phone 7 to end in February

windows phoneMicrosoft says Xbox Video content owned by users won't be playable on Windows Phone 7 devices but will work fine on Windows Phone 8.

Samsung to launch 64-bit phones in 2014, says report

samsungSamsung is slated to bring out phones with 64-bit processors in 2014 says an Asia-based report.

Windows 8.1 Review. Start button

windows 8.1Hey remember Windows 8? How could you forget? It was the biggest upheaval in desktop computing in recent memory, and even if you're not a user, its big colorful tiles are on your radar. Now, with Windows 8.1, Microsoft is giving its flashy new OS a first facelift. The changes are minor, but they're more than the sum of their parts.