The BitDepth column written by Mark Lyndersay.
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As many as 36 per cent of Microsoft’s corporate users are still using Windows 7 and are bouncing between a modern browser and IE 11. Nothing less than full, flawless backward compatibility is going to get any of those customers to upgrade.
What the Internet community now faces is an environment with less choice and the prospect of Google, with its commanding marketshare, defining the way the web looks.
Above: Forget the razor’s edge, it’s the lather’s substance that shavers crave. Brush from Taylor’s of Old Bond Street. Photo by Mark Lyndersay BitDepth#1038 for April 26, […]
Above: Jorge Lopez rather fashionably explains the features of the new Samsung large screen phones at the company’s September 17 launch in T&T. Photo by Mark […]
Above, the Samsung S6 edge+ with accessory keyboard case. Photo courtesy Samsung. August 13, 2015 – Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., announced today the global launch of […]
Microsoft Corp. announced that Windows 10 is now available from July 29, 2015, as a free upgrade1 or with new PCs and tablets. Windows 10 includes […]
Samsung and Digicel IMAX teamed up on July 10 to offer their special clients and members of the public a sneak peek into the Virtual Reality […]