With the launch of ts first-ever computer, the Surface, Microsoft on Thursday began a crucial new era in its history.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Key OEM partners Acer, ASUS, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba are among those launching or making available a new class of devices based off of Windows 8.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
A researcher at display technology firm DisplayMate has found that preliminary results are mixed when comparing Surface RT's resolution to its Apple competitor.
Google announced today that it is now possible to preorder new Samsung Chromebooks.
The Microsoft Surface team fielded some questions in a Tuesday Reddit session about the company's new tablet device, which is available today for preordering.
Microsoft today announced it is taking advance orders for its Windows RT-based Surface "tablet PC."
Google now ranks as the No. 2 most valuable technology company.
According to multiple outlets, Windows Phone 8 reached the release-to-manufacturing milestone late last week.
Microsoft has struck an intellectual property deal with mobile device maker Research In Motion.
Microsoft confirmed today that Windows RT ARM-based devices will be sold with a free "preview" edition of Office Home and Student 2013 RT preinstalled.
Dell on Tuesday unfurled its Windows Server 2012 product line and described its virtualization support efforts.
Nokia and Microsoft today took the wraps off two new smartphones running the forthcoming Windows Phone 8 operating system.
Will Microsoft's Windows 8 Surface tablet sink or float? Here's what readers think.
- By Readers of Redmond magazine
Non-x86 servers were hit hardest, while Linux and bladed servers benefitted.
- By Katrina Carrasco
IDC downgraded its worldwide PC shipment forecast in an announcement on Thursday.
Microsoft today announced success in creating a single Windows RT operating system release that supports multiple system-on-chip platforms.
PC-maker Acer is consulting with Microsoft after Redmond's announcement that it is building its own Surface tablets running Windows 8, according to a news report.
Not only does it not save enterprises money, but it adds a ton of security issues. What's not to like?
According to a study, 67 percent of IT pros say that bring your own device (BYOD) policies in the enterprise increases the cost to companies.