Microsoft has let its Zune and Windows Phone 7 users know that any content that they've bought on their devices won't be accessible after February next year. Users will have to upgrade to a Windows Phone 8 handset to stay current.
The late-night talk show host passes on the job as new Microsoft CEO but reveals how he would steer the company.
Latest sales for Surface, Xbox, and Bing present the next CEO with an increasingly tough decision.
In an interview, the Apple co-founder says that by releasing an Android phone as a secondary phone, it could take advantage of the Android market.
The new version of Windows offers at least one new trick over its predecessor when you want to power down.
First, choose Steve Ballmer's replacement for the CEO's hot seat. Then comes the really hard part.
Microsoft says Xbox Video content owned by users won't be playable on Windows Phone 7 devices but will work fine on Windows Phone 8.
The subscription music-streaming service expands to rival mobile platforms and a free, ad-supported Web player.
Microsoft hopes to quadruple its market share in the next five years. It will be similar to Bing having an 18 percent share of US search today. Nice effort, but not close to the dominant Microsoft of times past.
Ballmer gets the blame for Microsoft's recent lackluster stock performance and assorted product misses, and so should Bill Gates and rest of the company's board of directors.