Today is the unofficial Surface Mini day. No, the tablet has not been unveiled, no way near that. But after months and months of mounting speculation and a few solid reports hinting the arrival, the good folks over at Microsoft have set May 20 as the day when they will hold a press event in New York to officially...

This was too easy. To recap: Marc Benioff the CEO of Salesforce.com predicted that Windows 8 would be the beginning of the end of Microsoft’s dominance as an Operating System. His quotes: Windows 8 is a catalyst or “gambit” for CIOs, forcing them to say “am I going to Windows 8, or am I going to something else,” Years...

So every once in a while, there will be a reader on the blog who leaves a comment that I have to address and share. Today’s lucky victim commenter is Chris. Chris left a comment on my post contrasting the size and shape of Windows Phone devices and the new iPhone 5. Here’s what he or she had to say: I have been coming...

Disclaimer: This article is my opinion only and not the opinion of Windows8Update.com. If you want to yell at anyone, yell at me. I haven’t had a lot to right about in the past week or so. Onuora Amobi has done a good job of enlightening people on Windows 8 and how it works and such but then I saw “I miss this man”...

It’s been a while since I’ve actually written about Windows 8 and my opinions so I wanted to opine a little about where I see this thing going. This will be a little free form as I feel that the truth comes more naturally that way so bear with me a little. First of all, I have to admit, the more time I spend with Metro,...

Windows 8 is still about a year away from launch but hasn’t stopped tons of speculation about new features. In Windows 8 Developer Preview the desktop had few real changes present from Windows 7, albeit the Windows METRO interface that replaced the start menu. Although Metro is pretty big news, Windows 8 needs to...