The rumors are true: The Microsoft Store’s Surface exclusivity is ending immediately.
Microsoft’s operating system has its challenges, but changing its moniker won’t help.
The “first computer programmer” is the star of Google’s home page today
A press release gives vague — but official — information about a long-awaited partnership.
A research firm has slashed its sales forecast for Microsoft’s tablet. It should never have been large.
Google’s new e-mail app for Apple devices is a major advance on its clunky predecessor.
The e-commerce behemoth’s experimental service aims to deliver an array of products in about an hour — which is even harder than it sounds.
The unique service which turns everything into Facebook-like status updates has a nice (albeit busy) new iPhone app.
Today is the official fortieth anniversary of Atari’s Pong, the video game which introduced the world to video games. (There were earlier ones, but Pong, which was created by Al Alcorn and Nolan Bushnell, was the first big hit.)
A notoriously unreliable Taiwanese tech site says that Microsoft wanted to sell four million Surface tablets in 2012.
The “Pro” version of Microsoft’s tablet will have half the battery life of the lower-end version.
A Silicon Valley startup wants to let you use a phone to check your vital statistics — or even tell you if you’re pregnant.