Microsoft talked more about Windows 8.1 today, confirming some previously rumored expectations.
Hortonworks Data Platform for Windows was commercially released today.
Global research firm Forrester released a report citing that due to high levels of enterprises just now making the move to Windows 7 from Windows XP, Microsoft's latest OS will continue to go largely ignored.
Microsoft's Tami Reller confirmed that the upcoming Windows 8 update, code-named Windows "Blue" will be called Windows 8.1.
Microsoft may be considering buying Nook Media LLC for $1 billion, according to a Wednesday press report.
Microsoft plans to release "Windows Blue" before the holiday season this year, according to a press account.
System Center 2012 SP1's Virtual Machine Manager IP pools offer the same zero-effort IP addressing experience that desktop administrators have enjoyed for years.
- By Greg Shields
Microsoft may be readying a future Windows desktop-as-a-service project, rumored to go by the code name "Mohoro."
Windows 8 adoption inched forward in April, marking a slow progress for Microsoft's newest desktop operating system.
IDC shared first-quarter tablet sales results today.
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.