Microsoft doubles down and releases additional “limited” pre-orders.
Not all opinions about Microsoft’s Nokia deal are created equal.
Nokia might have a better shot at changing Microsoft’s culture from the inside, but I’m guessing it won’t be easy
What does it mean for Microsoft? For Google and Apple? And — most important — for consumers?
The software behemoth makes its biggest bet on hardware ever.
Steve Ballmer’s company knew what the future of user interfaces would look like.
Over at Computerworld, Preston Gralla spotlights a betting site’s 25-contender list of potential Microsoft CEOs “ranging from the obvious to the far-fetched.” Apple CEO Tim Cook, the most far-fetched of all, gets 100-to-1 odds.
The odds were always against Microsoft dominating phones and tablets.
How Microsoft’s phenomenal success led the company astray.
So long, Steve Ballmer. We’ll miss you.
The image quality is impeccable; the software has some quirks.
How different would web-based TV offerings be from what’s already available, and how close are they to actually happening?