With the dust settling over Windows 8′s grand launch, t’s worth asking: has it worked? Will the new OS crack the IT market, in Asia and elsewhere?
Will Apple’s latest iPad offerings overshadow the Microsoft Surface, or has Apple lost its innovative touch?
Microsoft to hire more than 1,000 new employees in China & boost R&D spending by 15% in an effort to catch up with Apple & Google in the mobile Internet market.
Microsoft is pulling out all the stops with Windows 8. For the tech giant, it’s not just another operating system, it’s a complete shift in direction.
Beyond the obvious Metro-fied UI which left me slightly petrified for like a few minutes, Microsoft Office 2013 grows on you.
Does Microsoft need a radical branding? With Windows Phone, Windows 8 and Surface, Microsoft might want to shun its old image to appeal to a broader audience.
Google’s seven-inch Nexus 7 Android tablet targets the entry-level market, and will compete directly against the Amazon Kindle Fire and other sub-$200 devices.
Microsoft’s Windows 8 looks promising in its security feature review by software security expert Chris Valasek.
Windows Phone 8 shares much of its code with Microsoft Windows 8, making it easier for developers to write programs for different types of devices.
Will Microsoft stay in the tablet computer long-term, or is the Surface just meant to generate enough interest for Windows 8 tablets for its hardware partners?