Microsoft gives first official look at Windows 8

Microsoft is letting the world see the beginning of what Windows 8 will bring to the table.

E3 rumors peg white Xbox 360, price cuts

Not too much is known about Microsoft's plans at next week's E3 trade show, but there are some new rumors popping up.

Google’s Chrome OS says no to tablets

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 bids adieu to Microsoft

Tablet pioneer and Xbox veteran Otto Berkes resigned from Microsoft earlier this week after a long and distinguished career at Redmond.

Can Microsoft still crash the tablet party?

Citigroup analysts believe Microsoft - while somewhat fashionably late - still has time to crash the lucrative tablet party.

Report: Windows 8 tablet to be unveiled next week

Microsoft may be ready to lift the curtain on Windows 8 as a tablet platform by the end of this month.

Microsoft wants expensive apps on Windows Phone

Microsoft thinks there are too many cheap apps out there.

Hedge fund guru says Ballmer must leave Microsoft

Hedge fund guru David Einhorn believes Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is "stuck in the past" and must leave Redmond immediately.

Windows Phone 7.5 will turn apps on their head

We've just gotten a first look at the first major update to Microsoft's mobile operating system.

Windows 8 targeted for 2012

If you're just now getting used to Windows 7, check out this good news.

Facebook uses image-matching to remove child porn

Facebook is using image-matching software PhotoDNA to try and detect child pornography online.

Report: Xbox 360 to get full stereoscopic 3D


A new report claims Microsoft will be unveiling full stereoscopic 3D capabilities for its flagship Xbox 360 gaming console at E3 in June.

Windows Phone 'Mango' will have 500+ new features

Tomorrow, Microsoft is set to unveil the new version of Windows Phone and it looks to be a massive update.

New Xbox 360 firmware brings headaches, as expected

Several Xbox 360 users are finding themselves unable to play games after downloading a mandatory software update.

Windows Phone 7.5 has a shot – will Microsoft take it?

A funny thing has been happening over the last several weeks. Vendors involved in building or designing Android products are now saying they would prefer to deal with Microsoft rather than Google.

Apple doubles iPhone sales

Apple sold 16.9 million iPhones during the first quarter of 2011 - effectively more than doubling sales year-on-year.

Microsoft slams Intel over Windows 8 "leak"

Microsoft has criticized Intel for leaking "misleading" information about the next version of Redmond's flagship operating system.

Russia believes Nokia Windows Phone will come this year

If you want to be the first to grab a Nokia-branded Windows Phone-powered phone, you may want to head to Russia.

AnatOnMe: Microsoft device improves doctor patient communication

Microsoft announced this week that they have developed a new handheld device that should allow better communication between doctors and patients.

Just what is the "post-PC" era, exactly?

Sure, we've all heard the phrase "post-PC" era bandied about over the past few months. But what does it mean, exactly?