This week, Microsoft issued firmware updates for its most recent Surface models—Surface 3, Surface 3 (4G LTE) and Surface Pro 3—as well as Surface Pro 2.
Among the many advances in Windows 10 is a new feature called Windows Hello, which uses biometric means like facial recognition to speed user sign-in.
I've received a number of questions about the compatibility of Windows 10 with products like Windows Home Server and Windows Server Essentials.
I appeared on Thursday's episode of the Daily Tech News Show with Tom Merritt and Veronica Belmont to discuss the upcoming Windows 10 launch.
Microsoft revealed this morning that it will offer unlocked versions of the Surface 3 4G LTE tablet through its own stores and via other retailers.
Microsoft's new Lumia flagships, Cityman and Talkman may soon go to market as the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, respectively. Prepare for extreme happiness.
It seems like everything is available in HDMI stick form lately: Miracast, Roku, FireTV and now even real PCs. Intel's entry is the Intel Compute Stick,
In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Mike Nash joins us to discuss the Windows 10 launch, and then Mary Jo Foley, Leo Laporte and cover tons of stuff.
Rumors of a Lenovo Windows phone have been around for years, but it appears that recent Microsoft strategy changes have made such a device unnecessary.
Microsoft issued updates to Word, Excel and PowerPoint for iPhone and iPad this morning, adding support for new languages, simpler sharing, and more.
We learned about Microsoft's broad new plans for smart phone recently, and today, thanks to a leak, we can see where they're headed with low-end handsets.
In the latest episode of What the Tech, Andrew Zarian and I discuss Microsoft’s first commercial for Windows 10, worries about Windows 10 upgrades and more.
In response to a related question, Microsoft told me today that there is no "RTM," "final" or "gold" version of Windows 10. Mental gymnastics ahead.
A leaked version of the Windows 10 release notes puts some important questions about Windows 10 product activation on upgrades to bed. It's good news.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke briefly about Microsoft's disastrous phone business and reiterated that the firm planned to address Flagshipgate soon.
On Tuesday, Google announced a new plug-in for Microsoft Office for Windows which enables Google Drive compatibility. But it did so separate from Microsoft.
AT&T Wireless announced today that it will be the first wireless carrier in the United States to offer the Surface 3 tablet with 4G LTE capabilities.
Windows 10, originally code-named Threshold, has been released to manufacturing. Here's a peek at the first part of the journey it took on its road to gold.
I've tested the Windows 10 upgrade on a staggering array of hardware and the results have been mostly excellent. Mini-tablets, alas, are a curious exception.
On Monday, Microsoft announced the immediate availability of Visual Studio 2015, the software giant's full-featured software development IDE.
The Cortana digital personal assistant will appear in Windows 10 at launch on July 29 in 7 countries and will head to more countries in the coming months.
The Windows 10 advertising tsunami kicks off with something cute. And you know what? That's a smart move. This ad hits at exactly the right tone. Bravo.
In the first of a series of tips about the new mobile OS, I take a look at how Windows phone users running Windows 10 Mobile can customize the Start screen.
Microsoft announced late Friday that it has enabled Xbox One game streaming to Windows 10 PCs and tablets and updated the Xbox app on Windows 10.
It's not possible to install Windows 10 apps to SD rather than internal storage because Microsoft has postponed this functionality "to a later release."
Microsoft today announced that it has delivered the first beta version of Cortana—its digital personal assistant software—in mobile app form on Android.
There's some misinformation floating around about Microsoft secretly planning to charge Windows 10 users for updates 2 to 4 years down the road. Not true.