Vendor consolidation is leading IT pros to favor fewer players, according to this year's annual Redmond Third-Party Reader's Choice Awards.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft is relaunching its WinHEC event for hardware developers.
Here's how to access the information you need when analyzing storage status.
Will Nadella's Microsoft look to stop its Surface push? Or will the company give it some more time to grow?
- By Mary Jo Foley
Chromebooks are mostly being used today in North American educational markets, but sales are set to triple by 2017, according to a new report from Gartner Inc.
Microsoft alleges that Korean device maker Samsung has backed away from an earlier Android agreement.
Stephen Elop provided his take on the recently announced 18,000 planned cuts to Microsoft's workforce, saying the cuts are a move to realign Nokia's goals to focus on Windows Phone.
Microsoft's Day 3 keynote talk at its Worldwide Partner Conference offered a recap on where Microsoft is taking its Windows and Windows Phone operating system platforms.
Microsoft released its Azure RemoteApp client for Windows RT devices this week.
Microsoft says its newest high-end tablet is designed to replace your laptop -- even if it's a MacBook Pro. Does it live up to the hype?
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Although not projected to overtake Android or Apple in the mobile market, Microsoft's smartphone devices will continue to see steady growth.
Microsoft is promising lower cost devices to come using a new "Windows 8.1 with Bing" product edition.
Microsoft's themes coming out of the TechEd keynote this year included mobile device management and security controls.
A Microsoft Windows Phone support lifecycle page suggests the Windows Phone 8.1 update may be released next month.
A new book said that the compromised devices sent overseas did not have any specific targets in mind.
AMD announced a new company roadmap in which it plans to support both x86 and ARM platforms in the near future.
The purchase of Nokia's devices and services business by Microsoft for $7.2 billion became official on Friday.
While global PC shipments continue to decline, the decrease was not as extreme as earlier analyst predictions for the first quarter of 2014.
Despite continual weak worldwide PC demand, total shipments of computing devices are on the rise this year due to the popularity of tablets.
Instead of the projected closing window of late March, Microsoft's $7 billion acquisition of Nokia's device segment may not be finalized until sometime in April due to a regulatory holdup.