Convergence. It is not always on. Or recommended. Microsoft might have tried this philosophy on for size a couple of years back, but the company has clearly changed gears now. It would be harsh to call this a sudden reverse. It isn’t. But all signs point to the fact that Redmond is aware of what the market dynamics...

Considering just how big a company Microsoft is, some circles criticize it for not innovating enough. But it’s hard to truly innovate when you have so much catching up to do. Regardless, Redmond has made several important leaps in these past couple of years. And at the same time, the technology titan is readily...

Going by everything we have seen from Windows 8.1 Update 1 up until now, one might be forgiven for thinking that the spring update for the OS is all about desktop improvements. But Redmond, soon after making the upcoming refresh official, reiterated its support for touch devices, saying that this work environment will...

A figure was recently thrown around that revealed that 20 percent of all notebooks sold during the first quarter of the year were the models that included touchscreens. Now, however, a new research has floated up that shows that the first story is only partially true. Displaybank, a market research firm estimates that...

Who would have thought the lack of touchscreen enabled units will be cited as one of the major reasons for the slow uptake of Windows 8. Surely not Microsoft, it seems. Several high-profile Microsoft executives, including CEO Steve Ballmer, have decried the lack of touch-capable Windows 8 devices in the market, and...

The release of Windows 8 has dynamically altered the touchscreen computers landscape, with hardware vendors and market analysts both weighing in on the future of touch enabled PCs. It seems that every weak comes with new analysis and statistics, particularly on the touch-enabled laptop and ultrabooks market. This much...

Windows 7 is a versatile and all around excellent operating system. It is not a great touch-based operating system though. Luckily a few companies such as Tegatech and Viewsonic have set out to make a Windows tablet for productivity that also runs a side of “Android” for when you just want a great touch...

There’s a new video on YouTube by a username Xeraxical (Alex Reed). The video shows off the new Windows 8 keyboard, gestures and updated cursor. Check it out below.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyCSJNUkcds