Microsoft announced today that group of high-volume U.S. resellers are authorized to sell its Surface devices under a new program.
- By Scott Bekker
Brien discusses how the BYOD movement may be leading towards IT requiring employees to bring their own personal devices to work.
Microsoft announced a plan to open "Windows Stores" inside Best Buy locations across North America.
A survey of Redmond readers suggests a long road ahead for Windows 8 and the cloud -- but also reveals that tablets aren't poised to replace PCs in the workplace.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft executives talked up Windows 8.1 and its mobile operating systems at the Computex keynote address on Wednesday.
IDC updated its five-year forecasts for the PC and tablet markets today.
Brien shares his experience of beefing up thse size of his virtual drives with physical storage.
Due to reader reaction, Brien clarifies exactly what is missing on the RT version of Microsoft Office 2013.
Microsoft may be considering buying Nook Media LLC for $1 billion, according to a Wednesday press report.
Mary Jo Foley explains why Microsoft's next-gen Xbox console will impact more than gaming.
- By Mary Jo Foley
IDC shared first-quarter tablet sales results today.
Microsoft appears to have a bigger chunk of the tablet market than earlier analyst estimates have suggested.
Condusiv on Monday released V-locity Server for physical server environments.
- By Scott Bekker
Scott Lowe outlines the three top things IT should keep an eye on when monitoring storage usage.
- By Scott D. Lowe
Microsoft acknowledged market shifts affecting its Windows business, but pointed to changes to come.
Intel this week reported earnings results for its fiscal first-quarter totaling $12.6 billion, while also fending off questions from financial analysts.
Microsoft today issued its fiscal third-quarter financial results, delivering positive earnings across all five divisions.
Microsoft is expanding its Surface line of tablet PCs with a 7-inch model, according to a report.
PC shipments in the first quarter of this year have hit their lowest level yet, according to data released on Thursday by IDC.
Traditional PC shipments will continue to decline over the next four years, even as global shipments increase for mobile phones, tablets and "ultramobile" devices, according to new first-quarter data announced today by Gartner Inc.