Microsoft announced a partnership with Qualcomm this week at its WinHEC event in Shenzhen, China.
More than ever, Microsoft is in a position with its hybrid PC to challenge Apple in the space of innovation.
Microsoft this week quietly issued yet another firmware fix for Surface Pro 3 devices experiencing battery-charge reporting problems that have led to degraded performance over time.
Microsoft is starting to document how its long-term servicing branch concept for Windows 10 can affect organizations.
Microsoft is planning to speed up datacenter hardware contributions to the Open Compute Project (OCP) with a new "Project Olympus" effort.
Microsoft's PC/tablet hybrid has a serious battery issue -- an issue Microsoft refuses to properly acknowledge.
Microsoft is issuing a software patch for Surface Pro 3 devices with battery drain issues.
There were no actual software keys involved when anonymous researchers claimed that Microsoft had leaked so-called "golden keys" to the Windows secure boot protection scheme, according to an industry veteran.
Brand loyalty will give away in favor of ubiquitous devices from multiple makers that perform similarly.
Microsoft's truncated support policy for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users of Intel "Skylake" processors has been rolled back.
Microsoft's augmented reality hardware HoloLens is moving out of the invite-only stage and giving more of the public an opportunity to develop and test the platform.
- By Scott Bekker
Refresh Windows looks to battle the amount of unwanted software that is included with new PCs.
Microsoft has entered the testing stage of its new Big Data and Internet of Things (IoT) cert and training programs.
Microsoft on Tuesday at the Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Toronto announced Windows 10 Enterprise E3 in CSP [Cloud Service Provider] and Surface as a Service programs.
- By Scott Bekker
Many firms are banking on the all-flash database revolution starting now.
- By John K. Waters
While some were absolute duds, Microsoft was ahead of the curve on a few of its lesser known products.
Dell last week unveiled a new line of flash storage arrays that looks to expand the use of the storage format in enterprises.
Better late then never.
This year Microsoft showed off improvements across its large line of products and services.
While supporting a competing device may be puzzling, Microsoft may have a good reason for doing so.