Late to the party, Barnes & Noble is finally launching its Nook app for Windows 8.
"He was a very alienating character. He alienated partners, he alienated ISVs, he alienated other people at Microsoft, and left a trail of disenfranchised people,"
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With news that Windows head Steven Sinofsky is out at Microsoft, it was only a matter of minutes before CEO Steve Ballmer's letter to employees about the situation leaked out.
I guess helping to make Windows 8 a reality wasn't enough to keep this guy around.
Windows 8 crashes 55 percent less and is 84 percent less frustrating than Windows 7, according to a new report.
Missed Microsoft's Build conference this year? Now you can watch all of the sessions online at Microsoft's Channel 9 website.
Editor's Pick After Microsoft pitched the Surface as the perfect no-compromise device of the future, we found that it was anything but.
Microsoft is relying on the irresistible allure of anime to get Japanese consumers excited for Windows 8.
And, it's free for teams up to five -- or those with a MSDN subscription.
Looking to cloud-enable your mobile app? Looks like Microsoft can help make that a lot easier.
Editor's Pick In a surprising move, Facebook said it has no plans to build a native app for Microsoft’s just-released Windows 8 OS, the company told VentureBeat today.
Microsoft is giving developers the hard sell on Windows 8, complete with a rock-bottom price of $8 for developer accounts for the new platform.
Twitter has announced that it is building an official app for Microsoft’s Windows 8 OS, which was released Friday.
Consumers are flocking to Windows 8. Microsoft has sold more than 4 million Windows 8 upgrades in its first three days, chief executive Steve Ballmer announced this morning.
Never before has Microsoft so desperately needed to prove itself -- perhaps because it’s never been in such a precarious position.
Most of the features Microsoft is rolling out with Windows Phone 8 are already well-known, but the company still managed to surprise us with a handful of cool new features at its unveiling today.
Before we wake up bright and early tomorrow with a new storm of stories for you, here are the five we thought were some of our best this week.
Editor's Pick Windows 8 gaming looks like it will be a success, but the jury is still out on Windows Phone 8 games.
The twitterati appear to like Windows 8, whatever the tech blogosphere is saying.