Microsoft has begun taking orders for the new version of Windows.
Fable: The Journey - developed by Lionhead and published by Redmond - is the first game in the popular franchise to support Microsoft's Kinect on the Xbox 360.
Lenovo recently confirmed what the mobile industry has long suspected: ARM-powered tablets running Windows RT will be $200-$300 cheaper than their x86 Windows 8 counterparts.
Microsoft has turned the proverbial faucet back on for its mobile app storefront.
Nokia is planning a media event in early September, with the only rational assumption being that it will announce the world's first Windows 8 phone.
Microsoft has stopped publishing new apps to the Windows Phone Marketplace due to crippling issues with the platform's digital certificate system.
Apple quietly licensed certain design patents to Microsoft, it's been revealed as part of its patent case against Samsung.
We're getting yet another case of Xbox 720 rumor fever.
Crytek founder and CEO Cevat Yerli says the next generation of consoles from industry heavyweights such as Microsoft (Xbox 720) and Sony (PS4) is long overdue.
Apple and Microsoft are fielding two very different interfaces at the moment, with Cupertino using platform differences to accelerate change.
Redmond seems quite intent on ignoring vendor concerns over its upcoming Surface tablet.
Specs and details pertaining to Redmond's upcoming Xbox 720 console remain understandably scarce.
In line with previous reports, Nokia is tipping off that Windows Phone 8 will be officially unveiled early next month.
A lot of people have expressed distaste for Windows 8's Metro design, so Microsoft has gotten rid of Metro...well, just the name.
The final Windows 8 preview build went live in June, signaling the latest iteration of Microsoft's flagship operating system was almost ready for the masses.
For the first time in what seems like the modern PC era, there will be a new operating system king later this month.
Forget about Yahoo, Hotmail and Gmail - Redmond wants to be a real email contender with Outlook.com.
The latest iteration of Microsoft's flagship operating system lands this October for x86 PCs and ARM-powered tablets.
Blizzard - of WoW, Starcraft and Diablo III fame - has weighed in on Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 operating system.
Samsung likes to play all sides of the field, and it is already pledging support for the next iteration of Windows Phone.