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[q&a] The head of Microsoft's unified operating system group, Terry Myerson, shares more details on Microsoft's vision for Windows.
What surprises await the next version of Microsoft's mobile OS? One person with access to the Software Development Kit reveals a few tidbits.
It's been two years since first reports of Office for iPad's existence came to light. Are politics or evolving product strategies (or both) to blame for the continued absence?
Microsoft may be closer to providing a single app store across Windows and Windows Phone (and possibly Xbox) than many believe.
As part of its devices and services makeover, Microsoft has a new plan for reaching out to top-tier developers of all sizes to get them to take a look at the new and expanded Microsoft toolbox.
If Microsoft brings back the Start Button and adds a boot-to-desktop option with Windows Blue, should Windows developers still be counting on Metro as their future?
The Windows team isn't the only one "reimagining" how to build and deliver future versions of its core product. The Office unit is too.
The company is continuing to hint that its core Windows platform will scale across devices of all sizes.
Web developers and browser makers were on course toward building the universal software platform -- until smartphones got in the way.
Microsoft at the moment has just over 2,000 apps in the Windows Store, a month before Windows 8 and Windows RT are set to launch.