Microsoft Windows 8
Microsoft has now admitted its upcoming “Blue” operating system is really Windows 8.1, and the first large-scale update for its flagship OS will be free.
Last night, during the Grammys, Microsoft ran a very music-friendly ad for the Microsoft Surface Pro, which played up the stylus, touch interface, and peripheral connectivity.
It's been on Android and iOS devices for a long time now, but Windows Phone 8 users finally get to join the party: Spotify is available on the Windows Phone 8 store starting today.
Now that Windows 8 has been out for three months, Microsoft is touting its adoption rate and sales, though the company is reserved in its announcements.
Nokia Lumia 920s have been getting a Nokia Maps update, as the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 across the globe expect to be receiving a new version of the Microsoft Windows Phone 8 operating system, called Portico.
It looks like the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 phones are getting a new version of the Microsoft Windows Phone 8 operating system. The update was released in December in the United States and is now slowly being rolled out globally.
Microsoft's new tablet, the Surface Windows 8 Pro, will be released on February 9th at Microsoft stores, Staples, and Best Buys in the United States, with a starting price tag of $899.
The Microsoft Surface Pro comes out in January. Can the ultrabook/tablet hybrid compete with the similarly priced Apple Macbook Air?
Tech update on new Windows OS System
Microsoft's latest operating system has so far given the company "modest" reviews, but is that due to the reviews?
Microsoft is aiming to establish themselves as the next big tablet company with their new Surface.
Microsoft's Windows 8 devices are rumored to be available for pre-order Oct. 21 with an official launch Oct. 26.
Smartphone launches and unveiling seem to be in vogue in the month of September as HTC has now announced that their new Windows 8 Phones, the Window Phone 8X and 8S, will launch in September.
Microsoft's Windows 8 will launch for general availability on October 26, and CEO Steve Balmer is more confident than ever that about the operating system's future
Despite school starting up again and the election campaign revving up, September 2012 will likely become remember as the month when Apple announced and released the iPhone 5.
But don't tell Nokia, Motorola, Amazon, Microsoft, or even Samsung that. Unless it is some sort of coincidence, all the aforementioned companies are holding their own conferences to show off their new toys before Apple gets a chance to take the spotlight. The emergence of these events is not clear, but could surely be a sign that these companies are panicking and feel the need to find any means possible to diminish Apple's attention.