Four months into launch, Microsoft’s newest operating system is still suffering from lackluster demand and slow adaption. But those who have made the jump seem to love the experience. At least, if you go by this Best Buy survey that was published by Wall Street Journal recently. It shows that 74 percent of the users...

Microsoft isn’t a software company, its a hardware and services company too. Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer has made this abundantly clear in recent times not only by saying as much, but also by their actions with the release of the Microsoft Surface and the continued success of the Microsoft Xbox line. While Onuora has been...

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) interviewed Microsoft Corporate Vice President Dan’l Lewin. He’s the executive in charge of strategic and emerging business development at the software giant. He was on the hot seat Tuesday morning at Microsoft’s Silicon Valley headquarters, where dozens of start-ups from all over the...

This is un-frikkin-believable. From the WSJ: The company next month plans to demonstrate a new version of its widely used Windows operating system that targets low-power devices and adds support for chips based on designs from ARM Holdings PLC as well as the x86 chip technology offered by Intel and Advanced Micro...