Do you think Windows Aero is not enough? If you really need to experience something new, you may want to consider T3Desk. This free application for Windows (only) will change your desktop into a pseudo-3D world. You can use keyboard shortcuts to move through the windows, maximize/minimize them to the edge of your monitor and arrange them in manner as shown above. Of course you can change transparency, animation features and other finer controls.
In an effort to compete with the undisputed search king Google, Microsoft and Yahoo finally solidifies their 10 year search deal. And there’s a good reason for it. As per a Net Applications report, Google actually accounted for a massive 85% of all the searches performed on the internet. On a comparative scale Yahoo and Microsoft account for less than 10% when combined. That’s not just bad, its pathetic!
For those hardcore Microsoft fans, Windows Mobile will have a new release scheduled in October. The upcoming version is 6.5 and has been promised to make life simpler. Microsoft claims, “On 6 Oct, you’ll see new Windows phones designed for a variety of tastes, needs and price points – with or without keyboards, with or without touch screens, as well as your choice of GPS, accelerometer and high resolution camera.”
Zune HD has been one of the most anticipated media player of this year. But is it worth the wait? CNET says yes. The device has a super sharp 3.3 inch capacitive OLED screen covered with pure glass. It also has an elegant body which feels very solid and has an excellent built. As the name suggests Zune HD supports 720p video content, taking viewing experience to a whole new level.