You're the reason why Microsoft yanked our beloved Start button out of Windows. For shame.
Microsoft recently announced that it will be offering an inexpensive $15 upgrade option for Windows 8.
Surface is just a clever maneuver to pitch Windows 8 and Microsoft has no real intentions of selling its own tablet, says Acer's founder Stan Shih.
Freescale will be offering a new sensor that integrates many more functions than your typical smartphone or tablet sensor beginning in Q3.
Microsoft wants your help shaping its products, and is even willing to dish out free software and Xbox games for your feedback.
OnLive has solved its licensing issues with Microsoft by streaming Windows Server 2008R2 instead of Windows 7.
If you like silent updates, you are going to love this idea. Instant updates that do not require your software to be restarted.
Firefox for Windows 8 Metro probably won't be released until the second half of 2012, later than previously planned.
BlueStacks is shaping up to be an awesome Android emulator for Windows 7, as seen with the new beta release.
Microsoft is reportedly working with OnLive to clear up any possible licensing violations that may be occuring with using OnLive Desktop.