The story of Dell’s proposed buyout tells us a lot about the challenges of the PC industry in general.
Microsoft is working with manufacturers to produce a line of small touch-screen devices powered by Windows, apparently intended to compete with 7-inch tablets like the iPad Mini and Amazon Kindle Fire.
A clever e-mail program shows off Microsoft’s new operating system to good advantage.
As phone makers push screen sizes ever-larger, it seems like just a matter of time before Windows Phone gets in on the phablet craze.
The next version of Windows may look a little more like…Windows.
There are many note-taking apps and systems out there, but these three with their ties into larger product families are your best options for staying organized at home, at work and on the go.
If smartwatches become the next big thing in tech, Microsoft apparently doesn’t want to be left out.
Maybe the PC industry, like the TV industry, has entered the era of infrequent upgrades
What if Microsoft released not one but two new Xbox consoles: one designed to cater to boutique next-gen spenders, another more palatable, price-wise, if not as forward-looking?
Later this year, Microsoft will introduce an upgrade to Windows 8, code named Windows Blue. It will be quite an important update to the current version of the company’s PC operating system.
Microsoft Studios’ creative director Adam Orth sort of walked into it yesterday on Twitter.
Microsoft is apparently making room for smaller Windows 8 tablets that could compete with devices like Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Apple’s iPad Mini.