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.
Microsoft released two editions of its Windows Embedded 8 Industry product today.
Brien discusses his process of replacing a backup battery and gives some insight on how to avoid this issue in the future.
Google today announced an executive shuffle that affects its highly successful Android mobile operating system efforts.
Tablets running Windows 8 and Windows RT will make some market gains over the next five years but will still badly trail Android- and iOS-based systems, according to research and consulting firm IDC.
Is it true you don't receive the full version of Office on your Surface tablet? Can you not upgrade to a different version? Brien Posey takes some time to clear the air on these and many other questions.
Microsoft is responding to a less than robust uptake of new Windows 8 devices by cutting the licensing costs for its original equipment manufacturing partners.
According to market research firm IDC, global PC shipments will continue to drop in 2013 for the second straight year.
For an IT community that has so far been hesitant to add touch-based monitors to the enterprise, a solution for unlocking Windows 8's true potential could lie in Microsoft's Kinect hardware.
- By Greg Shields