You don't need to buy a Microsoft Surface Studio to get the most out of the flashy-looking peripheral.
What's the current state of the global PC market? It depends on who you ask.
Microsoft's OEMs showcased a raft of new Windows 10 devices at CES aimed at helping users stay productive and connected wherever they are. Here are some of the highlights.
Microsoft on Tuesday confirmed that some computers with AMD chipsets were put into an unbootable state after receiving Jan. 3 Windows updates designed to address the Meltdown and Spectre attack methods.
Microsoft on Tuesday affirmed that Windows operating system updates released on Jan. 3 to address the Meltdown and Spectre CPU security issues will have noticeable system slowdown effects in some instances.
The cloud market grew faster than any other IT category in 2017, but it wasn't enough to unseat traditional infrastructure hardware.
Information about a general CPU security problem, along with some updates, was unleashed this week by researchers, chip makers, OS vendors and anti-malware software providers.
Higher demand for "infrastructure to support cloud and hybrid-cloud implementations" has meant increased revenue for the world's top server manufacturers, according to recent data from Gartner.
Now that Microsoft's new hybrid cloud appliances bring Azure functionality on-premises and to services providers, here's what you need to know.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft this week announced that a couple of "always-connected" Windows 10 PCs are coming using Qualcomm's Snapdragon ARM-based processors.
While the hardware might not have changed much since last year, the experience has definitely been improved.
The Project Olympus specification is now complete and being used in product designs by hardware vendors, Microsoft announced today.
Microsoft's coming Surface Pro laptop with Long Term Evolution (LTE) Advanced connectivity will ship in "December 2017," the company announced today.
Microsoft this week announced progress with Skype Room Systems (SRS) products built by its hardware partners.
Microsoft this week gave assurances that phones certified to work with its Skype for Business Online service will continue to work when capabilities get transitioned over to the Microsoft Teams service.
Using MAMR technology, the high-capacity hard drive disks will be perfectly suited for enterprise datacenters.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft is no longer manufacturing Kinect cameras, according to a press account today, citing Microsoft officials.
Security researchers on Monday revealed a major flaw in the widely used wireless network protocol WPA2.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft is developing an appliance to physically transfer large volumes of data from customer environments to its cloud.
Microsoft announced on Tuesday a new line of Windows 10 S devices that are low cost and secure for employees in positions where they are the first contact to the public.