Hammad

Hammad is a full time blogger who likes to review things that are valuable to his readers. He blogs at www.itechmax.com

Microsoft Introduces OneAlbum, Fusing facial Recognition and Social Networks

Recently, we wrote about Microsoft’s upcoming project, Mobile Surface, which was introduced at the TechFest 2010 in Redmond. Microsoft demonstrated another cool project at TechFest 2010 called OneAlbum that uses facial recognition and event-matching technology to automatically retrieve photos that would interest you from your social networks and your friends’ online photo albums and add …

Windows 7 has sold almost 90 million copies

Windows 7 has been a great success for Microsoft especially after the failure of Windows Vista. Windows 7 was released last october and within 3 months of its launch, it managed to capture almost 10% of the operating system market share. During the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference, Microsoft’s Cheif Financial Officer, Peter …

Microsoft Shows off Mobile Surface at TechFest 2010

TechFest is an event where Microsoft’s researchers from different locations around the world meet in Redmond and share their work with other Microsoft’s employees. It’s been revealed that Microsoft is planning to show a new “Mobile Surface” at TechFest 2010.  The main purpose of Mobile Surface System is to link mobile phone with a camera …

Android 2.1 Update Announced for US phones

Android is becoming a popular OS for mobile phones these days and many new phones have been announced which will run the latest Android 2.1 but the release date of those mobile phones is not yet confirmed and many people are eager to update there phones to the latest OS. Right now, only Google Nexus …

Microsoft Warns users about Fake Security Essentials 2010

Microsoft has warned users of the fake antivirus program known as Security Essentials 2010 which is quite similar to Microsoft’s security protection software. The programs contain a trojan Win32/Fakeinit. If the user installs the fake antivirus program, it downloads and installs  a fake scanner component that monitors other processes and attempts to terminate them.

Google Introduces New Gmail Lab Features

When Google started its Gmail lab features, it had around 13 features but with time, the number actually grew to around 60 amazing Gmail Lab features that can make anyone shift to gmail from other email services. Gmail has recently introduced new Gmail Lab features and removed some old features that were outdated and not …

Apple iPad to be sold at Best Buy and Other Locations

There is a good news for all those waiting for the iPad and that is, You will be able to buy iPad at other locations as well other than Apple retail outlets. At the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco, Apple COO Tim Cook said that “The iPad will launch in retail, …

Microsoft Named UK’s Top Business Superbrand

We all know Microsoft is one of the biggest companies in the computer industry and overall too. Recently, in the 8th Annual Top 500  Superbrands Survery, Microsoft has taken the top spot and named the  UK’s Top superbrand followed by Rolls Royce and Blackberry. In 2008 and 2009, Google was ranked the number one superbrand, …

Twitter Reaches 50m Tweets per day

Almost every single blogger use Twitter nowadays. Whatever he is doing, he tweet about it on twitter either using his computer or mobile. For those who still have no idea what Twitter really is, it’s a free social networking and more specifically a microblogging service which allows you to send and receive messages known as …