Microsoft’s more powerful Windows tablet tries to be more things to more people, but it can’t do everything well
One of the biggest new twists in Office 2013 involves how you might end up paying for it. Here’s how to do the math on Microsoft’s new Office subscription plan.
The tech press falls for an Xbox hoax.
Microsoft has announced a release date of February 9 for the Surface Windows 8 Pro, a bulkier but more powerful version of the company’s first laptop-tablet hybrid.
As planned, the $39.99 upgrade deal will come to an end on February 1.
Did Microsoft just announce the next Xbox for E3 2013 with a countdown? Place your bets.
While perusing the Windows Store for new tablet apps last night, I came across a surprising find: Microsoft had recently let in a Super Nintendo emulator, dubbed Snes8x, for Windows 8 and Windows RT devices.
An iPad app which provides access to genuine Office programs comes to the iPhone.
The rumors are true: The Microsoft Store’s Surface exclusivity is ending immediately.
I’ll be surprised if you can buy a computer five years from now that doesn’t have a touchscreen — Apple products included.
Microsoft’s operating system has its challenges, but changing its moniker won’t help.
A research firm has slashed its sales forecast for Microsoft’s tablet. It should never have been large.