The rumored iPad Pro is said to have a split screen feature. Get the details here!
Microsoft skips the Windows 9 moniker and launches directly into Window 10.
Back in January this year, it was reported that Windows 9 will be expected to arrive in April 2015, which is less than a year from now.
Apple's latest desktop operating system has made its presence among rival computer platforms based on new market share data.
Making the Windows 8.1 update has proven to be a good move for Microsoft. And, with the exception of gamers too impatient to wait for an update to fix a compatibility issue, upgrading to Windows 8.1 has proven to be a good move for Windows users.
With the Xbox One set for release on Nov. 22, Microsoft recently previewed the console's revamped dashboard in a new video posted to the company's Meet Xbox One website.
The Xbox One will not run all Windows 8 apps like some reports suggest according to Microsoft.
One Microsoft exec believes Windows 8 apps will be appearing on the Xbox One eventually.
Microsoft unveiled the first update to their Windows 8 operating system - the Windows 8.1 "Blue." The update boasts of several new features and tweaks based on the original version of the OS.
On Thursday, Samsung Electronics Co. unveiled a new lineup of tablets to add to their gadget offerings. Both are Windows 8 tablets, both incredibly thin, and one of them is Samsung's latest entry in the category of electronics that are increasingly closing the gap between portable computers and mobile computing.
Asus has announced a new Tranformer laptop at Computex 2013 that can transform from laptop to tablet depending on your needs. This, in itself, is not such a departure from devices, like those from Asus, which are already on the market. But there’s a twist. With a touch of a button, the new Transformer Book Trio will instantly switch between Windows 8 and Android Jelly Bean operating systems.
Windows 8.1, previously codenamed "Windows Blue" is the much anticipated upgrade to Window 8, the Microsoft Windows operating system for PCs, desktops, and tablets like the Surface Pro. The new operating system is expected to bring a lot of little improvements, and one big one: the "Start" button that people have been waiting for is back. But there's a twist - the button doesn't bring up the old familiar "Start" menu that Windows devotees may want.
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.
The first three business months of 2013 saw Microsoft acquire 7.5 percent of the tablet market, and sales figures of their tablets have been outlined.
Microsoft has confirmed it will be entering the smaller tablet market.