Smartphones and tablets are the two cornerstones of the ongoing mobile revolution. PC usage has suffered as a result, particularly when consuming media and mobile devices are seemingly on an unstoppable rise. But while the increasingly powerful smartphones are tearing up the sales charts, tablets are not far behind....

It is no secret that smartphones and tablets are changing the very face of computing. These mobile devices have, for some time now, been cutting into the market share of personal computers, both desktops and notebooks. Now a new survey confirms what the technology world already knows — active usage of these mobile...

Access to social networks like Facebook and Twitter is blocked at most workplaces, with most businesses limiting these websites on the work PCs of their employees. But a new study conducted by Microsoft shows that many people like to use social networks while at work, and for them using these services actually helps...

Microsoft has put up a new brand new survey that shows that while a large number of people are concerned with their online privacy, it appears that far fewer actually make efforts to protect it. In a new post on the Microsoft On The Issues blog, the software titan revealed that in a survey of 4,000 people in four...

Nokia’s return to form may well turn out to be the biggest comeback from near death story in technology in recent times. And one of the biggest factors in this success story is surely the high customer satisfaction level of Nokia smartphones. The company is now the leading maker of Windows Phone devices, with its...

So there have been a lot of rumors on the web lately about Windows 8.1 and how many changes are going to be made to Windows 8. The real question though is not what the pundits think or want but what you guys want in this new release. So this is an open forum for you the readers – Microsoft may be listening so feel free...

Windows Phone 8 has finally gained some traction in many worldwide markets, but one place where it still has a long road to trek in its home country, the United States. Microsoft has spent a considerable amount of money on marketing its mobile platform, with several successful video and print advertisements. But it...

Windows 8 is a either a disaster, or a triumph, depending on who you ask. While admirers of Microsoft’s newest operating system never fail to mention the new features and improvements it brings, statistics do reveal a slow uptake of the new OS. And one area where Windows 8 remains somewhat unattractive product is...

Microsoft sure is quick with these studies. You may be aware that Yahoo recently decided to ban working from home, and the Internet giant now forces employees to come to the office every single day. Needless to say, many people have criticized the company for its new strategy. Even Bill Gates, when recently asked,...

Even with the continuing efforts of Microsoft to convince businesses and users to move away from the 11-year-old operating system, Windows XP remains the second most popular version of Windows. As far as unofficial statistics go, the classic OS is losing market share, but at a very slow pace. A new survey conducted by...