While the Xbox One is all-new from a technology standpoint, it also feels like a continuance of the ideas that Microsoft has been adding to the Xbox 360 since 2005.
Xbox One will be Microsoft’s eyes and ears in your home, but that only increases the company’s burden to safeguard our privacy.
With Xbox One, Microsoft’s moving to secure its place as your living room’s de facto media hub — with or without games.
Microsoft revealed the Xbox One, its next-generation entertainment console, during a presentation Tuesday at its headquarters in Redmond, Wash.
ZDnet’s Mary Jo Foley on the possibility that Microsoft may undo some of its Windows 8 decisions: smart!
We’ve heard a lot about Microsoft’s next move for Windows — we’ll find out a lot more when a preview version launches next month.
Outlook offers huge advantages over the old Hotmail. It even does a couple of things better than Gmail. Let’s take a look.
The company says it has no plans to discontinue the packaged version of Office anytime soon.
In 1990, Windows 3.0 sold at a then-blistering rate: four million copies in just one year.
New stats on how Windows is doing tell us only so much.
How will cramming full-blown Windows 8 onto even smaller screens help Microsoft’s tablet initiative?
Could Windows 8 eventually catch on? Perhaps it can over time. But Microsoft needs to do a better job of easing people into it