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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.
Microsoft and Channel 4 team up to bring 4oD to the newest iteration of Windows.
The latest blog from AMD points out that its Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture has full support for DirectX 11.1, unlike Nvidia's Kepler architecture.
The New York Post suggests that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer may be out if Windows 8 fails.
We take a look at two mice, a touchpad and an illuminated keyboard designed to be used in Windows 8.
Apps sold in the Windows Store are apparently easy to hack.
For those who actually use the Windows Store, games like Grand Theft Auto IV are now available.
Dell will provide smartphone solutions, not smartphone hardware.
Google currently has no plans to develop apps for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
HP leads vendor-based market with 22 percent share, while Microsoft drops down to 6th from No. 2.
Windows 8-powered notebook now available starting from $1,399.
The industry missed the boat in regards to predicting the current craze for touch-based desktops and laptops.
PC vendors facing supply shortages, apparently.
Powered by 1GHz dual-core processor and 512MB of RAM.
Microsoft said to have halved production of tablet.
Smartphone could be the rumored 'Zenith'.
Software consultancy firm Exilion purchases Finnish handset manufacturer's central office for $222 million.
Higher-end 8X will receive company's focus.
Windows PC sales have dropped by more than a fifth since Windows 8 launch.
Rumor has it that Microsoft is currently working on the Surface RT and Surface Pro sequels along with a Surface "Book" form factor.
How does four hours sound?
Windows Phone 8 has propelled Microsoft's commercial performance in smartphone market.
U.S. PC sales dropped by more than a fifth when compared compared to sales during same period in 2011.
Ballmer expressed confidence in Surface's chances.
This January Microsoft will offer 64 GB and 128 GB versions of its Intel-based Surface tablet, starting at a hefty $899 USD.
Most of the Windows 8 adopters chose the desktop because it's more familiar.
Microsoft is reportedly shifting to yearly updates for both Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, a plan supposedly codenamed "Blue".