As we’ve been expecting, it looks like Nokia is gearing up to announce some sort of Windows 8 tablet soon.
Last year’s big fashion trend was the color block, and this year’s tech trend follows suit: It’s the square.
Clearly, people are excited about the new Windows 8 operating system. The Consumer Preview was downloaded one million times since it was released just one day ago on Wednesday in Barcelona.
Microsoft is preparing a slate of games for the Windows 8 operating system that consumers will be able to purchase on the upcoming Windows Store, according to The Verge.
After Dell’s Streak tablet quickly became roadkill, it seemed that the computer maker had given up on slates altogether. Instead, Dell has been quietly working on a major tablet comeback.
In what can only be termed awesome, the folks at Chaotic Moon Labs decided to prove how much smarter they are than the rest of us by connecting a Kinect–Microsoft Xbox 360′s motion sensitive gaming controller camera–to a specialized skateboard body. In what looks to be a cross between a itty bitty dune buggy and a Segway, the Board of Awesomeness appeals to young skater in all of us.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer gave his final keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show today, promoting the “reimagined” Windows 8 operating system launching later this year.
Betting big on Microsoft’s multi-platform game strategy, Arkadium is announcing a three-year strategic partnership to develop and publish games for Microsoft’s current and future game platforms, from the Windows PC to future software running on smartphones and tablets.
[Update: HP has since said this is an "unfounded rumor."]
With its support for both desktops and mobile devices, the latest version of Microsoft’s new Windows 8 operating system is a radical departure from previous iterations — and something that’s making people talk.
Microsoft will adopt a familiar Apple policy for the tablet applications on its new Windows 8 operating system.
Clarifying some confusion from earlier this week, Microsoft has made it clear that Windows 8 tablets and notebooks running ARM processors won’t be able to run apps from the x86 (running Intel and AMD CPUs) version of the OS.
[vimeo 29117250 w=640 h=400] We’re back with another episode of VentureBeat’s (still nameless) weekly show. I sat down with VentureBeat executive editor Dylan Tweney to talk about this week’s absolute conference mayhem.
Microsoft has big plans for Windows 8′s touch interface, but at the moment, those plans don’t include Adobe Flash.