Look out tablets, you could be getting Windows!
It’s been 18 months since Windows 7 hit retail availability and Microsoft will this week be celebrating the fact that it’s finally the most popular OS in the United States.
Firefox 4 is coming next Tuesday and it’s already got a heck of a first-day to beat, as Microsoft has announced that Internet Explorer 9 was downloaded more than two million times in the first 24 hours it was available.
Microsoft's "Aero Lite" interface for Windows 8 will supposedly feature elements from its Metro UI used in Media Center, WP7.
Windows has been around a long time, and even if you are old to enough to have been around since day one, upgrading every time a new version comes out, it’s doubtful many of you have installed version after version on the same machine.
Sick of all the tablets and Sandy Bridge talk coming out of CeBIT? Well, here’s a little something unique enough to pique the interest of even the most brainwashed of tablet fanatics.
There’s no shortage of Android tablets available, so when it comes to slates running Windows, Redmond is a little outnumbered. Today Fujitsu threw is throwing another hat in the ring with the launch of its 10-inch Stylistic Q550.
Is it a fancy smartphone, a small tablet, or a PC that can fit into your pocket? The line is beginning to blur.