The skip is to emphasize the company's effort to move forward
Microsoft says the next version of Windows won't be "one UI to rule them all," but a single product family with an interface specially tuned for each device.
Expect to see some Surface tablets on the team bench instead
Children of all ages love it, parents love it, and Microsoft should leave it well enough alone. But will they?
The once indie sandbox-builder is now officially part of one of the largest companies on the planet.
(NEW YORK) — Microsoft will acquire the maker of the popular game Minecraft for $2.5 billion. The technology company said it will buy Stockholm-based game maker...
Just when you thought big tech announcements were over for the month
With the software giant shelling out $2.5 billion for the game, see how it all began
Microsoft wants to ride the fantastic success of the block-building video game
Former Microsoft CEO and potential L.A. Clippers owner Steve Ballmer has a reputation for getting pretty excited. Whether it’s a fiery passion for Windows or a...
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According to Microsoft, The Surface Pro 3 is “the tablet that can replace your laptop.” Alright: let’s play along. Assuming the Surface 3’s closest competitor is...
As Surface Pro 3 arrives, Windows becomes a lesser hybrid operating system
The vision has remained remarkably consistent. Is the technology finally ready?
Microsoft is ready for its third crack at the tablet market. The company today unveiled the Surface Pro 3, its thinnest, lightest and largest device in the line...
Rather than trying to destroy an established leader in the category, the company is embracing it
A little over a month after Microsoft officially ended support for its 13-year-old Windows XP operating system, China has decided that the software meant to...
The surprise announcement comes on the heels of revelations that the company will unbundle popular entertainment apps from Xbox Live $60-per-year subscription...
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