So Steve Ballmer announces a reorganization to bring more focus to Microsoft. It's almost an annual event.
Former Nike designer Albert Shum joined Microsoft five years ago to infuse design thinking into the software giant's product development process.
The software giant asked the exec to deliver a new, quality operating system and do it on time. This week, we'll find out if his sharp elbows and turf fighting were worth it.
Former execs associated with the nixed Courier dual-screen tablet project are resurfacing at companies doing Courier-inspired apps for Apple's tablet.
Apple approves Tapose, a content creation app inspired by the features offered by Microsoft's canceled Courier tablet.
Special guest Tom Merritt joins Rafe Needleman on the 100th episode of the Roundtable to argue over 11 tech predictions for the next 11 years.
There was plenty of innovation in Microsoft's ill-fated Courier tablet. The project ultimately died when Microsoft decided to bet solely on Windows for tablet computing.
Remember Courier, the dual-screen Microsoft tablet? Here's the story of how it was abandoned.
Microsoft's decision to cancel its innovative Courier tablet computer a year and a half ago reverberates today, as the software giant plots strategy to catch the market-leading iPad.
The software giant shuts Pioneer Studios, a group created to breathe creativity into the design process of the company's consumer electronics offerings.