Poor Asus. Its upcoming Windows 8 tablets will cost $600 to $1,300, according to a leaked roadmap published by ZDNet (and republished above), which means that almost no one will buy them.
Microsoft will officially launch its upcoming Windows 8 operating system on Oct. 25 at an event in New York.
Smartphones and tablets are soaking up more of the demand for main memory chips, compared to the PC.
If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best video game stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed. This week, Nintendo revealed the North American release date and price for the Wii U and Apple unveiled the iPhone 5.
Christmas is certainly coming early for over 90,000 Microsoft employees this year.
Intel's Kirk Skaugen says there are more innovations coming for the PC in the next 18 months than have come in the next decade
Look for Agawi to provide streamed games to Windows 8 devices in the not-so-distant future.
Editor's Pick With Windows 8, Windows Phone will finally have the support it needs to differentiate itself from iOS and Android.
Arkadium readies four games for Windows 8.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has predicted that a combined 400 million Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 devices will be produced a year from now, he said on stage today at Nokia’s Lumia 920 launch event.
Microsoft unveiled the first wave of Xbox Live games that will be coming to Windows 8 today.
HitPoint Studios is unveiling its Adera puzzle adventure game that is targeted at Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface tablets.
Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 OS will reportedly launch on Oct. 29, just a few days after Windows 8 launches. But with a launch more than a month after the iPhone 5, is Microsoft seriously hurting Windows Phone 8′s potential reach?
Atari announced that for the 40th anniversary of the game company it would release eight classic titles, completely remade to support touch controls, for browsers.
Say what you will about Windows 8, but it sure is getting PC manufacturers to bring out their innovation guns. Take HP, which is today announcing three new Windows 8 Ultrabooks -- one of which could be its answer to Microsoft's Surface tablet.
Both slates should go on sale Oct. 26 along with Microsoft's official retail launch of Windows 8.
With the ATIV line, Samsung's going all out with its Windows Phone 8 support.
With the S Launcher, Samsung shows that just doesn't know how to quit the Windows start menu.
Microsoft denies claims that its SmartScreen security software allows it to profile Windows users.
Samsung appears to be close to releasing a hybrid laptop-tablet running Windows 8, according to a recently released video teaser from the South Korean tech giant.