Microsoft has begun taking orders for the new version of Windows.
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.
Despite reservations from industry heavyweights such as Acer, HP, and Toshiba, Microsoft is moving ahead with its indigenously designed Windows 8 Surface tablet.
Recently, certain execs at Acer made some rather strong comments about Microsoft’s upcoming Surface tablet.
Hewlett Packard (HP) and Acer may be quite wary of Microsoft’s Surface tablet, but Lenovo says its ThinkPad Tablet 2 can easily co-exist with Redmond’s indigenously designed Windows 8 device.
Global PC sales have remained painfully stagnant for several consecutive quarters, prompting industry watchers to pin their hopes on Microsoft Windows 8.
Specs and details pertaining to Redmond's upcoming Xbox 720 console remain understandably scarce.
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.
The creator of Minecraft and founder of Mojang recently expressed concern about Microsoft Windows 8.
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.
Microsoft wants to drive home the point that the future of its software business exists across multiple devices.
Valve chief Gabe Newell has some tough words for Microsoft's new operating system.
Microsoft has announced the official release date of its new Windows operating system.
Microsoft recently confirmed it would be manufacturing an indigenously designed lineup of Windows 8 Surface tablets that should be hitting shelves sometime this fall.
A customer preview of Microsoft's new Office suite has gone live just a few months before Redmond officially launches its flagship Windows 8 operating system.
Microsoft has officially confirmed that its flagship Windows 8 operating system will roll out to manufacturers the first week of August and hit store shelves for the masses in late October 2012.
If you want to get the new version of Windows later this year, you'll be able to do so without spending an arm and a leg.
Microsoft has never really seriously pursued the PC hardware side of things, instead teaming with large manufacturers for computers and smartphones.