“It was genius to separate Windows 8 and Windows RT. You can’t reposition what a PC is any more. If [Microsoft] want to create a new computing platform that has virtues in that you can see documents from the PC universe, yet it’s exquisitely designed – you can’t do this in a Windows x86 design....

A new interview on the Verge today by Vlad Savov at MWC. The CEO discusses Nokia’s strategic alliance with Microsoft, The Lumia phones, Microsoft advertising and more. The video is below…

Steve Ballmer has been hammered by the press, the media and bloggers for almost as long as he has been CEO of Microsoft. The gregarious CEO of Microsoft has been criticized for his showmanship, larger than life persona, off the cuff gaffes and strategic blunders. Every few months, there is a debate about whether...

Windows 8 is certainly changing the way Windows works with its new interface, Metro, and its ability to support ARM processors. It is no secret that the ARM processor giant, Qualcomm, is very excited about the future of Windows thanks to its support of ARM and its move into the tablet market. Qualcomm hopes to...

Meg Whitman is making her presence at HP felt in a big way. HP today (Thursday) announced that it has completed its evaluation of strategic alternatives for its Personal Systems Group (PSG) and has decided the unit will remain part of the company. Part of the statement reads: “HP objectively evaluated the...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMAx_NQ9frA Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini talked up the prospects of Windows 8 on Intel chips on Friday but claimed the evolution of the PC has been “retarded” over the last few years. Speaking at Dell World 2011, Otellini told an audience of industry executives that Intel...

Disclaimer: I have never worked for Microsoft, have never been compensated by them and am not now. I am going to put my neck out there on the chopping block and say that I actually believe that Steve Ballmer is doing the best job humanly possible as CEO of Microsoft. OK, most of you who read this blog may have...

This is an interesting prediction. Nvidia‘s (NVDA) CEO Jen-Hsun Huang met with a couple of reporters at Barrons and he had some interesting things to say about the performance of Windows 8. He said that by the end of next year, he expects Nvidia’s Tegra will be in both tablets and PCs running Windows 8. His...