Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer recently clarified that Microsoft isn’t just a software company, they are a services and devices company, too. The problem is that Microsoft has put software sales from Office and Windows at the forefront for so long that I don’t know if they really know how to be a services company. I’m...

Cheap Google Android tablets from China are a dime a dozen, but what about Chinese tablets that run Windows? These are certainly not nearly as common. Today let’s take a look at the Haina Digital Windows tablet, mainly for fun. First, the specs: 1.66 GHz Atom N450 processor. 2GB DDR2 RAM 10-inch1366 x 768 resistive...

Numerous different sources across the net have said on more than one occasion that Microsoft is waiting too long to seriously get involved in the tablet market. While I’ve argued in the past that the market is going to expand in a big way over the course of the next few years, I will also admit that getting aboard...

Windows 8 is starting to really shape up as a contender in the tablet market, but how do the features really compare to other tablet operating systems? Let’s take a look at just a few reasons why Windows 8 is a different ballgame altogether than competitors like iOS and Android. Live tiles With Windows 8 we have a...