The hype surrounding Microsoft Windows 8 has been centered primarily around tablets and laptop hybrids.
Survey claims consumer demand for Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 operating system is less-than-stellar.
Microsoft's ambitious attempt at competing in the tablet war will be official as soon as the calendar ticks to October 26.
I watched the Big Bang launch that Apple pulled off earlier this week with both excitement and trepidation.
The year is 2015 and Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 OS is in third place - lagging behind Google's Android and Apple's iOS.
Asus has officially confirmed pricing and availability for its TaiChi laptop which boasts dual 1080p IPS displays.
Fujitsu has introduced its Stylistic Q572 Windows 8 tablet which is powered by AMD's Z-60 (x86 Hondo) APU.
Portly Windows 8 tablet boasts a pop-up display.
A Windows 8 version of Skype, and the first major overhaul for the platform since Microsoft's acquisition, will go live on October 26.
Windows 8 enthusiasts have been hoping for months that Microsoft would be offering its Surface RT tablet at a low price point, which would allow the device to more effectively compete against the plethora of Android tablets on the market.
In recent months there have been almost a dozen announcements about new ultra-small, ultra-cheap, ARM-based, PCs-on-a-stick, but I wonder if there really is a big enough market for these pint-sized PCs.
Acer has introduced a pair of new all-in-one computers designed specifically to run Windows 8.
Microsoft has released details of its Xbox Music service, offering access to around 30 million songs worldwide.
Slick rotating screen Dell XPS Duo 12 ultrabook convertible is now up for pre-order.
Microsoft has a humongous budget to promote Windows 8.
The folks in Redmond have spent a lot of time making sure that Microsoft Windows 8 is optimized for touch navigation.
Kupa's UltraNote - which launches in November - is one tricked out Windows 8 tablet.
Acer has introduced a Windows 8-powered tablet PC dubbed the Iconia W510.
Of all the places you might expect the latest technological advancement to show up first...the Home Shopping Network isn't usually the first that comes to mind.
Acer's Iconia W700 Windows 8-powered tablet will cost between $800-$1,000 - depending on options.