ON THE 10 TH DAY OF CHRISTMAS ,MICROSOFT SAID TO YOU…


..I GOT A

was  $149.99.

*Offer valid 12/10/2013 only. Door buster price $99.99 for the first 100 customers. Daily deal price $129.99 while supplies last. Available in select Microsoft retail and online stores in US (including Puerto Rico) and Canada. Purchase of Garmin Forerunner 110 watch required. Not valid on prior orders or purchases; cannot be transferred or otherwise redeemed for cash or gift cards. Not combinable with other offers. Price discount does not include taxes, shipping or other fees. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Your coupon code will be sent to the email address associated with your purchase within 10 days of the Garmin watch being shipped*

Source:http://holiday.microsoftstore.com/

99 Dollar Tablet |MONDAY ONLY


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Microsoft to slash Dell Windows 8.1 tablet to $99 — for a day

Good only on Monday, the price on the Dell Venue 8 Pro is a hefty discount from the usual $299. Microsoft Promises a sale each day until Christmas week rings in. To kick off the holiday discounts, Microsoft will sell the Dell Venue 8 Pro for just $99, down dramatically from $299 at its retail outlets and online stores.

Most of Microsoft’s retail outlets open at 10:00 a.m. on weekdays, so those of you who want the Dell tablet should hit your local store by then. The deal also will be available at 7 a.m. PT at Microsoft’s online store, according to the spokeswoman.

NOTE:ONE PER CUSTOMER and ONLY IN USA AND CANADA ,retail and online stores in the US and only in retail stores in Canada. 

Source: www.microsoftstore.com ;  newscnet

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Series PART 02


History of Information Technology

Hmmmmm….Information Technology,where did it all Begin?

The History of Information Technology is Fascinating   can be safely Divided into a couple of Periods

    1. Pre-Mecanical
    2. Mechanical
    3. Electromechanical
    4. Electronic

These Periods are too long in their entirety to Complete in a Blog so here is a link 

Note that the link is Provided by http://www.tcf.ua.edu.

 

Facebook tests Wi-Fi calling, and voice app in Canada


Wow how interesting,now that’s forward thinking facebook ,with their current Business Model they are Headed for Doom,they have no new Products to Offer!!

Gigaom

Facebook (s fb) is testing a new calling feature on its Messenger iOS (s aapl) app in Canada that could push more voice communications away from the carriers and help drive adoption of over-the-top VoIP calling apps. The social networking giant will let Canadian users call their friends over a Wi-Fi connection, mimicking similar functionality from VoIP calling apps like GTalk (s goog)or Skype(s msft). It’s part of an update to Messenger that also allows users to record a voice message and send it over — something those of us with fat fingers and complex texts will appreciate.

Users outside of Canada (and those using Android) can receive the Wi-Fi call attempts calls as a push-to-talk messages, and it’s unclear if or when Facebook plans to offer Android users similar Wi-Fi calling functionality. I am not a big Facebook user, but I love VoIP on my handset, and use…

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