Microsoft has finally disclosed the price and precise specs for Surface with Windows 8 Pro, which it plans to deliver in January.
Walk around the PC section of a Best Buy right now, and it won’t look drastically different than it did before the launch of Windows 8. That may change over the next six to nine months.
After years in pursuit of the same old goals — thinner, lighter, faster, cheaper — Windows 8 has provided a novel challenge: Create laptops that can transform into tablets, or vice versa.
Apple’s first dealer shares his 1976 photos of the Apple-1, the company’s first product.
The Verge takes a look back at Microsoft’s first graphical interface, and draws some parallels to its new one.
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.
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.
Chromebooks are like netbooks that are better at managing people’s expectations. In that spirit, Acer’s new $199 C7 Chromebook may be worth a closer look.
Who’s the fastest supercomputer of all? It might be Titan, a 20 petaflops computing monster that draws most of its oomph from thousands of Nvidia GPUs.
An executive shuffling at Apple leaves its legendary industrial designer in charge of the whole interface experience.