Remember Satya Nadella's claim about the "ultimate mobile device"? Surprise: It's a PC, not a phone.
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Microsoft today delivered a new build of Windows 10 to the Insider Preview. But it's available only for Mobile.
Microsoft is celebrating the huge success of its Minecraft: Pocket Edition mobile offering and talking up its plans for the future.
Nokia will formally re-enter the smartphone market in early 2017 with a family of Android-based handsets. But make no mistake: This is not the Nokia of old.
With the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft is bringing back a profound benefit from Windows phone: Its people-centric user experience.
The market researchers at IDC now say that smartphone sales growth will be almost non-existent, at 0.6 percent, for calendar year 2016.
Microsoft has added new collaboration features to Office 365 this month. Key among them are co-authoring capabilities in PowerPoint and more.
Codenamed "Scribbler," Microsoft OneNote was announced at COMDEX 2002 and would ship as part of Office 2003. I've been using it ever since.
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OneNote is the best note-taking solution in the world, and it's available for free for everyone. Here are a few tips for getting started.
This is how it ends, Lumia fans: Microsoft is using Black Friday deals to clear out its remaining inventory of Lumia smartphones. This includes the Lumia 950 and 950 XL, and also the Lumia 650.
Windows enthusiasts have found a lot to cheer in a recent interview with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Not the least of which is a brief discussion of what he calls "the most ultimate mobile device."
With not much happening in Windows PC or phone usage, AdDuplex this month looks at how the U.S. markets for each is shaping up.
A new Windows Store app platform feature called Chaseable Tiles has started appearing in some in-box Windows 10 apps.
Today: Microsoft to tie executive bonuses to company diversity goals, Red Hat thinks Microsoft is opening up to open source because of developers, more.