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Windows 7 Whopper Taste Test

Monday, November 2, 2009

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Yes, someone — more specifically Jason Chen — has managed to conquer the Windows 7 Whopper. Unfortunately, the 777 yen deal was only for those who showed up on launch day, as the regular price is 1450 yen ($16USD). Video after the jump. How does it taste? How do you think it tastes? It’s seven [...]

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Windows 7 Torrenting Party

Saturday, October 24, 2009

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Why throw a launch party, when you can hold a Windows 7 torrenting party? Sure, this might be a parody of the actual launch party clip Microsoft released a while back, but it’s definitely a conversation piece. Continue reading for the video. Seriously though, have you or anyone you know actually set up a Windows [...]

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Steve Ballmer Discusses Windows 7 On The Today Show

Friday, October 23, 2009

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To promote the release of Windows 7, Steve Ballmer and a Microsoft product manager visited The Today Show in New York to provide some insight on the OS’s new features and benefits compared to its predecessor, Windows Vista. Video after the jump. Clearly, someone at NBC either really loves Macs or can’t tell the difference [...]

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Microsoft Windows Cafe

Thursday, October 22, 2009

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Believe it or not, the official Microsoft Windows Cafe has opened in Paris, serving “up at least as many types of drinks as Windows editions, and there’s some WiFi available for those looking for a place to loiter around.” Japan may be home to the Windows 7 Whopper, and the US has the less edible [...]

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Hanvon Windows 7 Multi-Touch Tablet

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

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Loaded with Microsoft’s Windows 7 OS, the Hanvon tablet is multi-touch capable, complete with “multi-touch pinching and zooming.” It features an 8.9-inch touchscreen, two USB ports, and an all aluminum design. Video after the break. It could make for a pretty desirable movie-playing machine on the go, provided it has the battery prowess for such [...]

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