News is Microsoft isn’t letting developers outside of Microsoft build desktop apps for Windows RT.  Mozilla (the creator of the Firefox Browser and Thunderbird mail client) and Google (the developer of Chrome) are upset. Why? Because Microsoft is not only not letting them access low level win32 API’s, but also because...

In a recent piece, I talked about how Windows 8 could very well be the beginning of a big revolution that could end with the death of the traditional Windows desktop. Microsoft has stated that they want the PC experience to no longer feel like a PC-experience, instead it should be easy to use, without a lot of...

When I’ve talked about Windows 8 on the tablet, I’ve had mostly positive things to say, that being said I’ve also focused a great deal of my points on how Windows 8 x86 tablets have a lot to offer compared to options like iPad and the Android tablet market. What about Windows RT and ARM though? Where do they stand? I...

Business Insider got their hands on a copy of Office 15 on a Windows On Arm or Windows RT device. As you can see from the screenshots below, the applications have been faithfully ported to ARM and are looking pretty spectacular. The screenshots are from Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and One Note. Source Microsoft...

In what can only be described as a very impressive piece of strategy, Microsoft have released some information about the management of Windows RT devices on their Windows 8 development blog. It’s a pretty detailed post that is very recommended reading for anyone who will be managing devices across a network for a...