The final nail in the coffin.
Microsoft needs to expand its cross-platform strategy for developers.
It’s official: Project Spartan is Internet Explorer’s successor.
Developers can now start building Windows 10 apps.
The devil is in the details.
Xiaomi promises its Android plans are not going to change.
Windows 10 build 10041 is out.
Microsoft wants you to access all your songs from Xbox Music.
Everything you need to know.
Windows 10 will have very cool security features.
After noting the decline of tablet shipments in February, the International Data Corporation is scaling back its expectations for tablet shipments this year.
The move to extend the Blackberry Experience Suite to other mobile operating systems is just the company’s latest cross-platform move.
This is VLC’s biggest release yet.
Compared to forking Trident, WebKit just didn’t cut it.
Review A former Dreamcast-exclusive is made more accessible on Steam with minor refinements.
Windows 10 for phones is finally available in preview.
Windows 10 for phones is almost here.
On the same day the second incarnation of the Raspberry Pi mini computer for hardware hobbyists was unveiled, Microsoft revealed that Windows 10 will support the Raspberry Pi 2.
The Windows 10 January build is here.
One Windows 10, but two browsers? We’re not yet sure.
The company also showed off Office for Windows 10.
This huge screen has a customized Windows 10 interface that lets you access OneNote, Skype, and anything else that you might need in a meeting.
Don’t panic. You’ve still got five years to upgrade.
In the latest manifestation of its relationship with Microsoft, BitPay is expanding its wallet app to work on Windows phones.
Microsoft has fixed almost 1,300 bugs in Windows 10 so far.
Windows App Studio is still in beta, but it now only supports Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will make an appearance.
App Annie has revealed it’s introducing analytics and stats to the Windows Phone Store and Windows Store.
Google today announced it has expanded Windows support on the Google Cloud Platform. New additions include Microsoft License Mobility, support for Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter Edition, and the Chrome RDP app available for free.
Microsoft today brought its Cortana virtual assistant to France, Germany, Spain, and Italy, albeit in alpha form. Yet the really exciting news comes from unreleased Windows 10 builds: Cortana running on the desktop.
Microsoft is planning to add FLAC support to Windows 10 next year, even further expanding its support for popular media file formats.
Microsoft today shared some more details about the Windows Store coming as part of Windows 10, which it previously revealed would be unified to work across all types of Windows devices (phones, tablets, and PCs). The company unveiled features specific to businesses and promised that they would arrive in Windows 10 previews released next year.
Congratulations, Windows developers. Now you, too, can run the hip Docker client and manage applications in the form of “containers” right from your Windows desktop computer.
Microsoft today released the second update to its Windows 10 tech preview as part of the company’s Windows Insider Program. The new arrival adds a slew of new features and bumps the build number from 9860, which arrived on October 21, to 9879.
Microsoft made multiple massive announcements for its Office suite this week. The big focus was Android and iOS, however, not the company’s own operating systems.
Microsoft today announced a significant change to its Office strategy for mobile devices: creating and editing is now free. The company also released standalone Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps for the iPhone, as well a new preview of these apps for Android tablets.
Everyone is well-aware by now that Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 have not seen the impressive adoption rate of their predecessor. Yet the duo had a particularly good run last month, finally passing 15 percent market share together, according to the latest figures from Net Applications.
Microsoft today stopped providing Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Premium, and Windows 7 Ultimate licenses to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), including its PC partners and systems builders. This means you’ll only be able to buy a computer running Windows 7 as long as stock lasts.
Today Microsoft showed that it’s seen the light about running Docker containers inside company data centers.
Skype today announced new desktop clients for Windows and Mac. The former is available as a preview, which you can download from here, and the latter is available now from here.