Chances are, you’re not a good enough gamer to justify the cost of the Xbox One Elite Controller. But like an M-series BMW, this high-end wonder has the hardware chops to justify its expense. And it will attract exactly the same kinds of wannabes.
Here’s a special treat for those using Groove with Windows 10 Mobile: Microsoft has issued a major update to this app, adding significant performance improvements and many new features.
While I’m a fan of digital media, I am of course of a certain generation. Which means that I grew up with physical media. And that I still have a hard time overcoming an internal desire to own and even collect such things.
Bethesda Softworks announced this week that Id Software’s remake of the classic shooter DOOM will return to the PC—and to Xbox One and PlayStation 4—on May 13, 2016.
This week, Microsoft provided some real numbers to bolster its claims of success with Windows Store. But it’s not clear they’ve made their point, or that the central issues with the Store have ever been addressed.
Less than two weeks after delivering a massive set of firmware updates for Surface 3, Microsoft has issued a new set of updates for its entry-level tablet.
Citing the success of the entry-level Surface 3 in education, Microsoft today announced special bundles that are priced at 30 percent off through June 30.
I’m in New York for two days of meetings, so here are a few tidbits from around the web: Bing app updates on Android/iOS, Microsoft stole Iowa from Trump, Facebook’s 3.5 degrees of separation, and an awesome new Simpsons search engine.
In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I discuss Microsoft’s recent earnings, our upcoming live events, Windows 10 news, a bunch of mobile devices developments, and, yes, the enterprise.
Microsoft has delivered a new Office Insider build for Office 2016 for Windows desktop, adding among other things a contrasty new Black theme.
The awkwardly-named VAIO Phone Biz is a mid-range smart phone handset with a sleek aluminum body. But the only reason I’m even discussing it, however, is the weirdest news of all: It runs Windows 10 Mobile
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10, 14257 and while there are no new features, there are quite a few bugs squashed.
A few tidbits from around the web: More details on that Surface power cord recall, a WWII shooter game hits Kickstarter, Lenovo’s quarterly results show the firm is still mostly a PC maker, Google’s podcast service is imminent, and Amazon is opening more retail book stores.