Editor’s Pick Microsoft’s Windows Azure is not the cool kid at the cloud party. But an Azure general manager told us it’s time for startups to stop making excuses and seriously look at Azure.
Windows Phone 8 may not have gotten much love at Microsoft’s Build conference this week, but at least it keeps adding cool new apps.
Microsoft has opened up Azure Mobile Services and Azure Web Sites to any developer that wants to use them.
Windows 8 is about to get a handful of new high-quality apps to help give the OS more firepower including Foursquare, Yelp, and Songza.
Editor’s Pick One of the most pleasant surprises today at Microsoft Build was the news that Windows 8.1 will natively support 3D printing. Here’s why it helps the big M and small companies.
Rather than just being a direct competitor to Google, Microsoft’s Bing search engine is morphing into a much more interesting animal.
Microsoft is using development tricks to squeeze detailed visuals out of tiny bits of memory.
It took it a while, but Facebook has finally come to Windows 8.
Microsoft’s big Build developers conference started today, and it’s a major moment for the future of Windows.
Amid a slew of refinements in Windows 8.1, Microsoft didn’t forget about the Windows Store — and for good reason.
Windows 8.1 is coming with some big improvements for 3D printer support.
While VentureBeat has covered many of the features included in Windows 8.1 prior to today, we thought it would also be important to tell you all the major updates it includes in one place.
Microsoft is launching a web version of its streaming music service/digital store Xbox music next week