Windows blogger Paul Thurrott is reporting that Microsoft is disappointed by Windows 8 sales to date. It shouldn’t obsess over them.
Last week, I wrote about how hard it was to find Windows 8 tablets on store shelves, even though Microsoft’s latest operating system launched nearly a month ago. Here’s one possible explanation.
Slate’s Farhad Manjoo is worried about the abrupt departure of Microsoft’s Windows chief.
Microsoft’s controversial Windows honcho is gone. We can’t judge his legacy until it’s clearer what people think about Windows 8 and Surface.
Microsoft may have co-opted Star Trek a full century early by demonstrating an honest-to-goodness universal translator.
On Friday, the first Windows Phone 8 handsets from Nokia and HTC will launch on AT&T. Soon after, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless will launch their own handsets.
Since the idea of an Xbox-angled gaming tablet is back out there, and with the Wii U looming, I have a few questions about this hypothetical Xbox Surface.
Now’s not the best time to go Windows 8 tablet hunting.
The tech world always needs a good rumor to obsess over, and lately it’s been the idea of a Windows Phone made by Microsoft.
According to the latest YouGov/Xbox poll, Ohio has slightly more Romney supporters than Obama supporters, but what happens when you ask people who they expect to win?
Microsoft’s underdog of a mobile operating system was already really good. It looks even better now. But it’s still not clear how the company can translate that into market success.
Nobody truly knows how Microsoft’s new operating system (and new tablets) will do. But here are the clues to keep tabs on in 2012, 2013 and beyond.