Like most Windows phone fans, I was interested to hear what Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's said about my favorite mobile platform this week at Dreamforce.
In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and I discuss the big Windows devices event in October, and a whole lot more.
Amazon this morning announced a new lineup of Fire tablets—include an entry-level version for just $50—plus new Fire TV models aimed at gamers and 4K video.
Microsoft has released an update to its OneNote mobile app that supports iOS 9 as well as features unique to the upcoming iPad Pro and Apple Pencil.
This week, Microsoft has expanded the availability of its Send mobile app—which combines messaging with email—to both iPhone and Android, in preview.
Microsoft has announced a new system update for Xbox 360 that adds support for more cloud storage plus some other previously-announced features.
If you own a Surface tablet of any kind, know that Microsoft offers a downloadable recovery image which you can use to recover Surface to its original state
Microsoft announced today that Groove Music is now supported on Sonos. So you can now enjoy your own music on the high-end smart speaker solution.
Since June, I've been using various pre-release versions of iOS 9 on my iPhones, iPads and my iPod touch, and I upgraded to the final version last week.
In the latest episode of What the Tech, Andrew Zarian and I discuss our expectations for Microsoft's October hardware announcements, and much, much more.
It's the long-overdue end of an era: This week Microsoft told the remaining few Zune users and Zune Pass subscribers that the ride is finally over.
Microsoft released a single firmware update for Surface Pro 3 today, but neglected to do so for all of the Surface and Surface Pro models.
While Skype has long supported emoticons and emojis, Microsoft is taking it to the next level by adding support for short animated video clips called Mojis.
It's been over a month, but Microsoft has finally shipped a new build of Windows 10 Mobile for phones to Windows Insiders on the Fast ring. No, really.
In this second article in my series about performing a crapware-free clean install of Windows 10 on a new PC, I look at a critical step: Disaster recovery.
On October 6, 2015 Microsoft will finally unleash new Windows 10 hardware devices at a special media event in New York City. Here's what I expect.
Microsoft's mobile app buying binge shows no sign of slowing down, with the software giant recently acquiring the well-reviewed Echo Notification Lockscreen.
Microsoft posted Windows 10 Ready lists of current Windows phone handsets to its US and UK store sites, leaving off some handsets that it's still selling.
For all the excitement around the new iPhone 6S and iPad Pro, the new Apple TV was in fact the most momentous announcement at last week's Apple event.
Cyanogen's CEO said in an interview this week that his firm would integrate Microsoft's Cortana digital personal assistant into its version of Android.
Don't lament failed strategies like "Windows only" or "Windows first," because we're in a better place now called "Microsoft first." And it makes sense.