Run your favorite Android 5.0 apps on Windows with AMIDuOS Lollipop Beta

If you have a Windows tablet and you want to run Android apps on it, or you want to play your favorite games on your desktop, AMI DuOS could be just what you need. It runs Android app smoothly as if it was just like any other windows app and comes with a low price tag of $ 10 . And now as promised, American Megatrends has updated AMIDuOS to run Android 5.0 Lollipop, albeit as a beta at this stage. New features include compatibility for the Android ART runtime, native…

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Windows 10 Is Out On July 29th And Available To Reserve Now

Microsoft has confirmed Windows 10 is out on Wednesday, July 29th worldwide. Current users of both Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 will find the option to reserve free upgrades now in their system tray. “The Windows 10 upgrade is designed to be compatible with your current Windows device and applications,” writes Microsoft’s Terry Myerson. “We are hard at work to make this upgrade process a great experience. You can reserve your free Windows 10 upgrade now through a simple reservation process.” Users have one year to take advantage of the…

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ASUS Announces USB 3.1 Solutions

With Everyone jumping on the USB 3.1 bandwagon it was a no brainer Asus will also bring up something,and they did. A few days back they announced a whole range of motherboards with USB 3.1 and add in cards. Add in Cards: ASUS USB 3.1 Card with dual Type-A ports or reversible Type-C ASUS USB 3.1 Type-A Card (Dual) ASUS USB 3.1 Type-C Card (Single) Two Type-A 10Gbit/s USB 3.1 ports Backwardly compatible with USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 PCI Express x4 interface Compatible with PCI Express x4, x8, and x16 slots Windows…

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Windows 10 will bring FLAC support for phones

While it’s already known that native FLAC support is coming to Windows 10, Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore confirmed on twitter the other day that lossless FLAC audio support will also be there on phones. This is a great news for audiophiles who had to rely on 3rd party codecs so far. Belfiore said, “Yes, FLAC support will be on phones/small tablets… won’t be in the first insider build, though, will be a few months later..”

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Windows 10: A New Chapter

Windows 10: A New Chapter So Microsoft had loads of stuff to flaunt at today’s event and here goes the announcements in a quick wrap-up. Windows 10 is free upgrade, – yes you read that right! As we were expecting Windows 10 to be a lot cheaper than other Windows so far , mostly because of the low user base of Windows 8.1 due to it’s low popularity level and a rough release, initially. So it was expected that Microsoft would try to make it up to the dissatisfied 8.1…

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This Might Be Why Microsoft Chose Windows 10 Instead of Windows 9

Microsoft announced its next version of Windows yesterday. Most tech pundits believed Microsoft was going to call the next major release of its OS Windows 9, but Microsoft decided to go with Windows 10 instead. Why? Well, the company seemed to suggest that this is a huge release and that it encompasses a broad array of devices from mobile devices to tablets and full-blown desktop computers. As such, it needed a more commanding name that Windows 9. At least that’s the story it went with. A developer on Reddit Wednesday has a different take that…

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Windows 9: Huge Changes to Metro UI Revealed

  Microsoft will reportedly launch its public public preview of Windows 9 as soon as the end of next month, or early October. We’re already expecting to see a bevvy of enhancements, including the possible return of the Start menu (that may come later), Cortana integration, active desktop support and even some tweaks to the Charm bars. Now, WinBeta says it has some fresh news to report on the user interface side of the fence. WinBeta said that Microsoft has been working to improve the Modern UI tile-based experience that was first introduced with Windows 8 and,…

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