Microsoft have released a new promotional video called Windows Everywhere that emphasizes the strength and diversity of the company. It’s pretty brilliant. I like the fact that the video shows the strength and diversity of Microsoft products and from a quality standpoint, seems to be very well made. Check it out below...

Back in January of this year, Steve Ballmer delivered a keynote speech talking about his concept of “Windows Everywhere”.  According to Ballmer, “Whatever device you use, now or in the future, Windows will be there”. Since then we’ve seen that Windows 8 is introducing ARM support alongside traditional x86 processors....

A lot of attention has been focused on Windows 8 and even the upcoming revision of Windows Phone, but these aren’t the only operating systems that Redmond is cooking up. In early 2012 we are expecting Windows 8 Beta for testing but early adopters will also have the privilege around this same time to give the next...

Microsoft has made it clear that they are interested in giving a Windows-style experience on all platforms. Windows 8 is at the core of this new idea, and has actually created mixed opinions when it announced support for ARM processors and an aim at tablet computers. So what does this future convergence of Windows...

Microsoft’s recent announcement that Windows 8 is to be compatible with system-on-a-chip gear and ARMS processors has sent the rumor mill running wild with claims that smart phones and tablets will be among the first devices to get to grips with the new platform. But, will it end there? Perhaps not, at least not...