Ladies and gentlemen, we have the first PC sales growth in six years. And we can thank Windows 10 for that, as the operating system is said to have generated an upgrade cycle that helped lift the
Pentium. Remember the name? Although the brand has been out there since 1993, these Intel processors are still running hot, with the chip giant making some changes to the lineup. Changes that Microsoft sees fit for its
If you’re still feeling blue after hearing reports that Microsoft has delayed, or even canceled, the Surface Andromeda mobile device, there’s some good news on the horizon. And unlike that mythic machine, this one is actually coming.
Finally! It has taken a bit of time, but Windows 10 adoption in the enterprise sector has reached 48%, which is enough to overtake the former leader, Windows 7. Microsoft is sure to be pleased with this,
It was only a matter of time! Many thought Microsoft would be the first company to bring the MacBook Pro Touch Bar feature to the world of Windows, but it appears that ASUS is set to take
Taking the fight to Apple, are we? There is a new report doing the round claiming that Microsoft is working to launch a cheaper Surface tablet later this year. Something with a price tag of around $400.
Now, wouldn’t that be something! Microsoft has expressed a desire to bring the iMessage service to Windows 10, and the company is willing to work with Apple on this. Syncing up Windows 10 devices and phones was
Something to go up against the Apple HomePod? Well, bring it on! Smart speakers seem all the rage these days, and a Cortana focused one simply makes a world of sense. Microsoft seems to think so too.
Really? It takes an awful lot to move Windows 10 market share up or down these days, but apparently February was not that kind a month for Microsoft’s newest operating system. The company is coming off of
iFixit has released their 2017 review, and Microsoft products, along with Apple devices, have been listed as the ones that are the most difficult to service and repair. Basically, the Worst Devices of 2017. Microsoft and Apple