Don’t worry, the desktop isn’t going away in Windows Blue, but it doesn’t seem as vital as it is in Windows 8 and Windows RT
While perusing the Windows Store for new tablet apps last night, I came across a surprising find: Microsoft had recently let in a Super Nintendo emulator, dubbed Snes8x, for Windows 8 and Windows RT devices.
Now’s not the best time to go Windows 8 tablet hunting.
If you don’t keep a close eye on tech blogs–and, perhaps, even if you do–you’d be forgiven for not knowing that Microsoft will launch two new versions of Windows on October 26.
With less than a week until Windows 8 launches, hardware makers are embracing the new operating system with tablets and hybrids. Here’s a guide to all of the ones that are coming soon, arranged by price.
Microsoft’s mystery event turned out to be the announcement for Microsoft Surface, a pair of Windows 8 tablets made by the company and scheduled to launch later this year.
Microsoft is recycling the Surface name–previously …
More than a dozen Windows 8 tablets with processors from Intel will hit stores in November, according to a report from CNET.
At least half of those devices will be hybrids that can transform from a tablet into a laptop with a …