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In an effort to bridge the divide between desktops, notebooks, and tablets, Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system is very touch-oriented. Our software news, reviews, and guides help you get the most out of the company’s newest environment so that you never have to feel lost.
The new Surface tablets are just around the corner.
Microsoft changes its mind.
The Toshiba Click is an AMD-powered tablet with keyboard docking station.
Microsoft may merge Windows RT and Windows Phone.
Dell has launched three touch-capable monitors starting at $250 USD.
Microsoft extends the back-to-school Surface Pro discount indefinitely.
Here's an Ultrabook-focused touch-based mouse for Windows 8 and Mac OS X.
No one is getting the new Windows 8.1 RTM build except for OEMs, not even developers.
Ballmer's retirement is sudden and sooner than originally planned.
Here's a way to play Angry Birds across the office floor.
Lenovo is shipping new Windows 8 PCs with Pokki, but it won't be chocolatey and crunchy.
Ballmer is saying goodbye to Microsoft.
There's a problem with Windows 8's real-time clock that affects all benchmarking tools.
In its fiscal quarter ending June 30, Lenovo's biggest money maker was its laptop business.
It takes last year's design to a whole new level of innovation.
Asus has introduced the new ET2301 AIO desktop, but it may just be a Haswell update to the ET2300 series.
Both of these devices will support Samsung's SideSync technology.
Lenovo has finally launched its Windows 8 10.1 inch tablet.
Here's another "world's lightest and thinnest" gaming laptop.
Naturally, all this new touchy-feely going on with laptops brings a new need for better protection against fingers and other objects.
All three have ten-point touch input, making them great for Windows 8 navigation.
These three displays are Windows 8 Certified.
The Asus Z87-C is the first Z87 motherboard to receive a WHQL certification for Windows 8.1.
Acer is addressing the issues surrounding the Iconia W3 tablet with a second generation solution this fall.
HP's new Split x2 Windows8 hybrid device is now selling at Best Buy.
Don't worry, the talking dog isn't coming back to your screen.