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.
Microsoft reportedly will include a "preview" version of Office 2013 for Windows RT when those devices get shipped, but it's rumored that some features will get cut.
Sharp Corp. has agreed to license intellectual property associated with Microsoft's Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) technology for use in Sharp's Android-based smartphones.
Microsoft announced today that Windows 8 is available at the release-to-manufacturing (RTM) stage.
Microsoft today accused Google of using diversionary tactics in a legal fight over intellectual property associated with the Android mobile operating system and other software technologies.
The upcoming Windows 8 Surface tablet could strain relationships with its hardware partners, said Microsoft on Thursday.
Brien lays out why he is optimistic about Microsoft's Windows 8 tablet, and why you may be ditching the iPad for the Surface.
The security of a home network wherever you go.
Microsoft announced Monday that it is acquiring Perceptive Pixel Inc., a provider of large-scale, multi-touch technology, for an undisclosed amount.
Windows 8 will be generally available in October and will release to manufacturing (RTM) in the first week of August, according to a Microsoft announcement.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft announced today that two companies will pay it royalties for the rights to use technologies associated with Google's Chrome and Android operating systems.
Microsoft's Steven Guggenheimer, who has served as corporate vice president of the original equipment manufacturing (OEM) division for four years, is leaving his position for a new role within the company.
The bring-your-own-device concept is a simple one, but Windows shops may find the licensing somewhat perplexing.
Microsoft executives on Wednesday previewed Windows Phone 8, the company's next-generation smartphone operating system.