He's traveling the world (sort of). He's challenging people in coffee shops. Ben, Microsoft's Windows Phone smoker, is still crushing iPhones wherever he can.
In an announcement of deep and abiding confidence in Windows Phone, Microsoft announces that its phones have a 98 percent global win percentage. Only 98 percent?
Overseas, Nokia is holding a similar "Lumia Challenge" in the U.K. as it works to drum up more attention for its new smartphones.
A man says he beat Microsoft's Windows Phone speed challenge, but didn't receive a "Hunger Games" Special Edition PC prize "just because." He is not alone.
Groklaw uncovers a couple of e-mails from Bill Gates and then-Windows leader Jim Allchin revealing that Microsoft was worried about iTunes when it first launched.
The new HP Pavilion x360 is a Pentium-powered Windows laptop that uses the same fold-over design found on Lenovo's Yoga line.
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Six astronauts on the International Space Station will enjoy a tweaked version of the traditional Thanksgiving menu.
A beer brewed to honor the season finale of "The Walking Dead" takes the zombie trope literally and uses actual brains as an ingredient.
After the "Smoked By Windows Phone" challenge ad, please welcome "Meet Your Match," in which your local Microsoft store will prove your current phone is second-rate.
TicketLeap is using technology to replace ticket QR codes with, guess what, your selfies. Say hello to the Selfie Ticket.