Microsoft’s released a product that the Apple fanboy in your life will love for Christmas.
Category Archives: Microsoft
Two things: Is Windows 8 really so bad that Android is a good alternative for a notebook? LOL, Chrome OS.
Tom Warren: At one point during the meeting, Ballmer chose to play the song he used back at his first company meeting in 1983: Michael Jackson’s “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’”. He then proceeded to jump and dance around the stage screaming at the top of his voice “the sound of Microsoft!” After the song ended, […]
What is it with search engines no one uses using logos no one wants?
Microsoft PR: Building on this successful partnership, we announced some important news today: an agreement for Microsoft to purchase Nokia’s Devices & Services business, to deliver more choices, faster innovation, and even more exciting devices and services to our customers. Today’s agreement will accelerate the momentum of Nokia’s devices and services, bringing the world’s most […]
Microsoft shares are up in pre-opening trading this morning. Ouch.
The update includes a revamped Start screen, deeper Bing integration and the return of the Start button.
It is US-only, iPhone-only, requires an Office 365 subscription, and is pretty rough around the edges. Sounds like a winner.
It doesn’t have a price or release date, and I’m not even a gamer, but I kind of one want one. What is happening?
In this 60 Minutes interview, Gates talks about his inventions, philanthropy work and Steve Jobs. In a world of terrible news, Gates is a shining light of hope to million across the world.
This new Nokia Lumia 920 ad is amazing.
My guess is that the Start Screen in Windows 8 becomes analogous to OS X’s Dashboard environment for most users. Of course, the fact that numerous settings can only be found and changed there, the analogy isn’t perfect in practice. Instead of putting their foot on the gas on what the company has repeatedly said […]
MG Siegler: Microsoft is being forced to trick the web into thinking its own browser is actually that of its chief rival so that pages will render properly. You can’t make this stuff up.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt: Two and a half billion dollars. That’s how much Morgan Stanley’s Adam Holt estimates Microsoft (MSFT) may be leaving on the table by not offering a full version of its Office suite (Word, Excel, etc.) on Apple’s (AAPL) iPads. But Microsoft hasn’t released Office for iPad. While the usefulness of such a suite […]
Scott Forstall should get drunk and do one.