Drip, drip, drip.
The Redmondians are continuing to torture us Microsoft watchers with a slow flow of information about the company's bet-its-business launch.
We already knew Microsoft planned to launch Windows 8 and its ARM-based Surface RT devices in New York City on October 25, thanks to a save-the-date invitation we got a while back. We knew those products would become available commercially the following day, and we found out this week that Microsoft would be opening 30-plus holiday pop-up stores in the U.S. and Canada on October 26 as well.
As of October 4, we now know … Read more