Another research group is saying Microsoft's Windows Phone platform will eventually overtake the iPhone.
Sales of Windows Phone 7 devices have thus far been rather underwhelming. But analysts at IDC believe Microsoft's WP7 platform, combined with Nokia's hardware expertise, will help the rapidly evolving OS outpace Apple's iPhone.
The Supreme Court yesterday rejected Microsoft's appeal against a $290 million patent suit brought by i4i.
Microsoft is reportedly mulling over the possibility of launching its very own Windows 8 tablet.
Can power-conscious ARM chips paired with a RISC-friendly version (or versions) of Windows 8 capture 40% of the lucrative notebook market by 2015?
Microsoft has just wrapped up its big pre-E3 press conference and while Kinect was yet again the focus, this time it's actually cool.
At the last minute, someone has finally managed to pop the lid on Microsoft's E3 secrets.
Next week kicks off one of the biggest video game events in the world.
Next week, for the first time ever, you'll be able to watch a TV show on a game console at the same time it's being broadcast on TV.
An industry insider claims the nascent MeeGo operating system will be dead within 8 months.
Microsoft is letting the world see the beginning of what Windows 8 will bring to the table.
Not too much is known about Microsoft's plans at next week's E3 trade show, but there are some new rumors popping up.
A high-ranking Google exec has reiterated that the web-centric Chrome OS - currently targeted at notebook computers - will not be migrating to tablets any time soon.
Tablet pioneer and Xbox veteran Otto Berkes resigned from Microsoft earlier this week after a long and distinguished career at Redmond.
Citigroup analysts believe Microsoft - while somewhat fashionably late - still has time to crash the lucrative tablet party.
Microsoft may be ready to lift the curtain on Windows 8 as a tablet platform by the end of this month.
Microsoft thinks there are too many cheap apps out there.
Hedge fund guru David Einhorn believes Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is "stuck in the past" and must leave Redmond immediately.
We've just gotten a first look at the first major update to Microsoft's mobile operating system.
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