Introducing Windows Red, a next-generation Windows concept designed to please Windows 8 naysayers.
Do you use Windows 8? You’re about to get an update to Windows 8.1.
Small Windows 8 slates will have a tough time competing on price with other cheap tablets. To compensate, Microsoft will include a free copy of Office Home and Student 2013 with “small screen” Windows 8 tablets.
While the Acer Aspire R7 has promotional ties to Star Trek, I’m hoping it appears in a sequel long before the crew of the Enterprise does.
Intel says there will be plenty of opportunities for the right Windows 8 hybrid to come along later this year.
It feels like I’m playing a game of PC hybrid bingo, and losing every time.
The first major Windows 8 update is mostly focused on refinements to the operating system’s radically new interface.
Paul Thurrott has just confirmed that the next big update to Windows 8 — known as Windows 8.1 or “Blue” — will contain two major features that users have been asking for.
We’ve heard a lot about Microsoft’s next move for Windows — we’ll find out a lot more when a preview version launches next month.
In 1990, Windows 3.0 sold at a then-blistering rate: four million copies in just one year.
New stats on how Windows is doing tell us only so much.
How will cramming full-blown Windows 8 onto even smaller screens help Microsoft’s tablet initiative?