If you still can’t figure how much that Zune download or Call of Duty map pack costs in actual US currency, there might be some hope for you.
A group of industry heavyweights including the four biggest browser makers, along with Apple, Google and Microsoft, are promising to centralize developer resources.
Researchers at Newcastle University and Microsoft Research Cambridge (MSR) have developed a wrist controller which allows the user to remotely control any device without any extra hardware.
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.
The industry can no longer afford to wait for the next generation of consoles.
It seems that Xbox Live users were on the same page as all the political pundits on Wednesday night.
The next iteration of Microsoft's mobile operating system has been granted an official release date.
I've often wondered if the folks at Microsoft ever seriously considered all the potential uses and mods its Kinect platform for the Xbox 360 would be subjected to.
Sources claim Xbox Music service will launch alongside Microsoft's Windows 8 on October 26.
It's believed that Microsoft will launch its own branded smartphone in the early part of 2013.
It wasn’t that long ago a Halo movie was in the works at Universal, with Peter Jackson producing, newcomer Neil Blomkamp directing, and Alex Garland (28 Days Later, Dredd) writing the screenplay.
The launch of Intel's Clover Trail Windows 8 tablets has reportedly been postponed due to Santa Clara's failure to deliver a critical software patch designed to conserve precious mobile battery life.
HTC's latest and greatest attempt at gaining the attention of the Windows Phone market will be available on AT&T.
Microsoft is taking efforts to increase its security.
Microsoft will begin offering discounts for players who prove their loyalty to the Xbox community.
Even the most ardent, up-to-date Windows aficionados are having a tough time with the newest version of Windows.
Microsoft is calling on Congress to pump more into science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education because of a looming shortage of tech workers.
The creative independent game Minecraft won't be certified for Windows 8 any time soon.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini reportedly told employees in Taiwan that Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system is being released before it is "fully ready."
Microsoft is gearing up to compete against the new PS3 and the Wii U for holiday sales.