It used to be that Apple took home all the honors for “coolness” with its ads.  But I really like this new one from Microsoft for IE 10.  It works really well, showing an Apple geek who tries really hard to find reasons not to like IE 10 and finally runs out of reasons. He gives grudging respect at the end…...

Microsoft’s $1.8 billion marketing blitz is in full swings as the company tries to bring the key features of its latest operating system in the public spotlight. Here’s another ad from Microsoft. It’s called “Work Hard, Play Hard”.

Microsoft’s $1.8 billion marketing blitz is in full swings as the company tries to bring the key features of its latest operating system in the public spotlight. Here’s another ad from Microsoft. It’s called “Make It Yours”. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTuEGQcbcig

Microsoft’s $1.8 billion marketing blitz is in full swings as the company tries to bring the key features of its latest operating system in the public spotlight. Here’s another ad from Microsoft. It’s called “All About Apps”.

Microsoft’s $1.8 billion marketing blitz is in full swing as the company tries to bring the key features of its latest operating system in the public spotlight. Here’s the first of 4 new ads the company has released: It’s called “Meet The New Windows”. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPmXUdLBy0A  

It’s no secret that Microsoft is counting on the potential of “unification” of work and play on its tablet PCs, including the recently  released Surface RT. This seems to be their secret weapon.  The argument goes: “Android tablets and iPads are for consuming content only.  To avoid having two devices, get a Surface...

Can an iPhone-loving Apple fangirl survive using Windows Phone 8 for 10 days? This is the question that Christina Warren from Mashable set out to answer. The video below shows her final thoughts about Nokia’s Lumia 920, Windows Phone 8 and the future of the platform. It’s the most interesting video review of...

If you’ve ever dreamed of using Windows 8 on a touchscreen that’s larger than a child’s bed, well, its possible.  It will only set you back a cool $80,000. In July 2012, Microsoft acquired a company called Perceptive Pixel which makes the 82-inch capacitive multi-touch screens and here you we see it in action for...

Check out this video review of the Windows Phone 8x by HTC. It shows the beautiful curves and color of the smartphone in action, as well as a brief look at some of the new features present in Windows Phone 8. It’s by Neowin. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-9GXE6ZwOY

In a new video posted by Nokia on YouTube, the company’s head of design Marko Ahtisaari offers up his thoughts on how he and his team came up with the overall design for the Lumia 920. It’s an interesting video that gives you a quick peek into the Nokia mindset. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRLEifZUGRg