Look for Microsoft to pull back the curtain on the major Windows 8 update at May's TechEd and June's BUILD conference.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft appears to have a bigger chunk of the tablet market than earlier analyst estimates have suggested.
Technology pundit David Pogue gives his take on Microsoft's controversial decision to take away the most popular shortcut in Windows -- and what you can do about it.
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.
When it comes time to migrate to Windows 8, you'll have many choices. Pick the right one to suit your organization's needs.
- By Stella Chernyak
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.
The Microsoft Management Summit kicked off on Monday with a joke about the Internet service being down.
Microsoft indicated today that it has released a "public paid preview" of its Windows Azure Backup service.
Can Microsoft's sandbox protect applications from the attacks of yesterday?
It's still possible to register for Microsoft's next Build developer conference.
A Linux developer group in Spain has kicked the "secure boot" controversy upward to the European Commission.
Some users updating their Mail, Calendar and People apps on Windows 8 and Windows RT systems seem to be having synchronization problems with various Google Apps.