Four days spent at CES 2011 can be summarized by four booths with two competing personal-computing dynamics: two of the booths represent the PC's future, two do not.
We're bringing you live coverage of Microsoft's Wednesday press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show, where the company says the next version of Windows will support ARM technology.
Microsoft is said to be unveiling set-top boxes and TVs running an embedded version of Windows built for the living room.
Home-brew enthusiasts on Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform will have the platform's first major exploit patched as part of the phone's next update.
Patch Tuesday sees three Windows holes fixed, but experts await word on fixes for five pending vulnerabilities.
Microsoft talks about some of the changes its made to Windows Phone 7 to improve performance.
Company is investigating a bug that has Windows Phone 7 devices using excessive amounts of cellular data, even when connected to Wi-Fi.
Flickr showed off its upcoming app for the Windows 7 mobile OS on the show floor in Vegas today.
Microsoft's first update to its Windows Phone 7 platform brings some improvements to app start-up times. But all apps are not equal. Some will be getting more of a boost than others.
Already found on PCs, Macs, and other devices, the e-reader app that lets you discuss your favorite books with others is making a debut on Windows 7 tablets.