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.
In the latest episode of What the Tech, Andrew Zarian and I discuss what Satya Nadella really said about Windows Phone and Microsoft's new phone strategy.
We haven't seen a Windows phone flagship here in the US since February 2014. So which handsets make the cut in this lull before we see new flagships?
Microsoft released new versions of OneNote for Android, iPhone and iPad today. The firm is also previewing a coming update for Android Wear.
You can now preorder the retail media for Windows 10 Home and Pro. And as I first revealed on Twitter, the Setup media is a USB flash drive, not DVD.
This week, we finally found out two things about the update Windows RT users will get instead of Windows 10: its name and when it will be released.
Microsoft took its universal Office mobile apps for Windows 10 out of preview, meaning that they are now generally available to anyone using the new OS.
I returned to Windows Weekly this week, and Robert Ballecer, Mary Jo Foley and I discussed Mary Jo's epic interview with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Windows 10 build 10240—widely presumed to be the final, shipping build of Windows 10—to Windows Insiders on the Fast ring. Here's what's really happening.
It has been three long years since Apple shipped a new iPod, and while today's iPod touch release was anticipated, I'm surprised so little has changed.
A recent interview with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella doesn't contradict previous reports about the future of Windows phone and Microsoft's platform strategy.
Terry Myerson talked about Windows 10 generally at WPC this week, but I was most interested in what he said—or didn't say—about Windows phones.
HP this week explained how it plans to help businesses prepare for Windows 10 while touting a limited edition EliteBook Folio 1020 that will ship this fall.
RTM is almost here: Microsoft has suspended the availability of pre-release builds of Windows 10 and will halt delivery of the ISOs starting tomorrow.
Windows 10 will automatically scale to meet the needs of your PC's display. But this now works properly with multi-display set ups for the first time.
There was some Surface news announced today, and while it's not about a presumed Surface Pro 4, it is indeed good news for fans of the product line.