I saw this graphic on the web last night and it was taken from a screenshot of the Microsoft Surface. What caught my eye was the level of detail that the tiles are being refined to. If Windows 8 RTM and Windows RT RTM look just as good, Windows 8 might not be panned as hard as we expect. I hope that the Microsoft team...

Speaking at the Worldwide Partner Conference in Canada this week, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said that he believes Microsoft “may sell a few million” of its tablets over the next 12 months. This as part of a forecast for 375 million Windows total PC shipments for the coming year. I believe that Ballmer and Microsoft...

Bloomberg is reporting that Samsung will join Asus, Dell and Microsoft in producing Windows RT tablets. Their quote: Samsung has made a handheld computer built on Windows RT, the first version of Windows that works on ARM Holdings Plc (ARM) technology, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the plans...

Acer’s founder Stan Shih is either an old wise man or someone who has miscalculated Microsoft’s intentions very badly. In this case, time will tell and Acer may find out the hard way. You see, Mr. Shih believes that Microsoft is really just bluffing with the release of their Microsoft Surface Tablet. His...

There have been a few articles on here pro Microsoft building their own phones and tablets. This article is going to take the other stance – why I think Microsoft is going to go more the Google way and not the Apple way of building devices. I think Microsoft’s intentions are simple, to draw a line in the sand to say...

Another great video from The Verge. This one shows an early demo of the Asus Tablet 600 running Windows RT. It looks like an attractive device either by itself or when paired with the keyboard dock. It has a 10.1-inch Super IPS screen that’s bright and colorful with great viewing angles. Here’s the...

Cool video from The Verge. A cool preview of Windows RT on a Qualcomm tablet. More specifically, a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Liquid Development Tablet at Computex 2012 in Taipei. Here’s the video.

Microsoft, this time following Apple, managed to keep their tablet plans secret. It wasn’t until the last week that the rumors started to spread all over the web that Microsoft were planning  to come up with their own tablet. The big question is, How Microsoft managed to keep such a big thing secret. Techradar talked...

Yesterday Microsoft announced that they would be making their own Windows 8/Windows RT based Tablet. It will be called the Microsoft Surface. At a pretty spectacular and intrigue filled event at Milk Studios in Hollywood California, the software giant unveiled the tablet and gave us a few details. Microsoft Surface...