This is a I-screwed-up post. And it’s a clear-the-air post.
Microsoft’s new Windows 8 operating system arrives on virtual and physical shelves on Oct. 26. To get ready for the launch, Microsoft has created instructional videos to help retailers sell and explain Windows 8 to consumers.
Just in times for its launch of Windows 8, Microsoft announced plans to put 32 temporary retail stores across the country this fall.
Anyone purchasing a copy of Windows 8 after Microsoft’s promotion ends will pay a much higher price.
To get ready for the launch of its latest operating system, Microsoft finally flipped on registrations for its Windows 8 upgrade program for those who bought a PC after June 2.
Microsoft is apparently getting ready to launch a new version of Skype that’s optimized for the company’s forthcoming Windows 8 operating system.
Long battery life, small size, and multitouch screens: That’s what Microsoft is promising its PC partners will soon deliver using a version of Windows 8 known as Windows RT. Today, the company delivered some specifics.
Windows Phone 8 is getting a major gaming push.
Memo to early users of Windows Phone: all those juicy new features unveiled today at Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 press event in San Francisco are not for you. Microsoft has decided not to offer a full software upgrade for Windows Phone 7 to the newly released Windows Phone 8.
Cloud computing and desktop virtualization are rapidly growing trends in the tech world, and one company has spent a considerable amount of time developing this technology. Nivio, which started as an idea in 2004, announced today it has received $21 million in its first round of venture capital funding.
Backseat boredom could become a thing of the past if experimental interactive glass technology finds its way into General Motors cars.
Guest Post [This story originally appeared on CNET and is republished with permission.]