Automotive News interviews BMW's U.S. CEO about future product plans.
The company is inching toward offering its Windows Phone operating system gratis in some markets. Does that portend big changes in Microsoft's strategy? A longtime Microsoft analyst weighs in.
The uptake of Windows 8 is hampered by a completely saturated U.S. PC market and corporate upgrades to Windows 7, says author of IDC study.
Windows tablets are shipping in numbers that barely registered in Intel's quarterly numbers.
South Korean research looks at recharging phones with the caller's voice and surrounding sounds. Could the science spread and energize the world with our incessant noise?
Windows RT's woes notwithstanding, don't expect Microsoft to abandon tablets running on ARM chips.
Microsoft's stock is at levels not seen since 2000. Is this all because of the impending Office for iPad or is it because of a host of profound changes taking place at the software giant?
Ultrabooks will soon be 100 percent touch. And touch laptops made gains in August, NPD says.
Smaller and cheaper Windows 8 devices are on the way. Meanwhile, Microsoft will try to spur sales of Windows 8 by offering PC makers better pricing.
So, will that be a $399 tablet or $799 Windows 8 PC? The answer to that question is killing the PC upgrade cycle.