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.
Microsoft has finally disclosed the price and precise specs for Surface with Windows 8 Pro, which it plans to deliver in January.
After two years of iteration by Microsoft, I can’t get into Windows Phone, and the paucity of apps–real or perceived–has nothing to do with it.
Microsoft’s campaign against Google Shopping leaves me cold — and Bing Shopping isn’t so impressive.
Is the new version of Windows selling well? It’s tough to tell.
Microsoft may be working on a smaller, cheaper alternative to its Xbox game console, one that would focus on streaming video and music rather than high-end gaming.
The Verge takes a look back at Microsoft’s first graphical interface, and draws some parallels to its new one.
Oprah gave Microsoft Surface some props on Twitter…using an Apple iPad. Awkward.
Noted usability expert Jakob Nielsen has written about Windows 8 and its dual interface, drawing on the reactions of twelve users who tried Windows 8 PCs and Surface.
How should Microsoft have retooled itself for the era of tablets and touch interfaces? A few alternate-reality scenarios.
Windows blogger Paul Thurrott is reporting that Microsoft is disappointed by Windows 8 sales to date. It shouldn’t obsess over them.