Company announces pair of Microsoft-branded "Surface" tablets running Windows 8 and Windows RT at long-awaited product unveiling in Los Angeles.
We get it: if we want to use iPhones, iPads, and the like, we're stuck with iTunes. But does it have to be such a PIA? Here are five easy fixes Apple should make.
The consumer electronics extravaganza formally kicks off with a keynote address by Microsoft's CEO. We'll keep you up-to-the-minute.
In an interview with CNET, Microsoft's software chief talks about Windows Azure, lessons learned from the Sidekick fiasco, and a future in which devices record everything imaginable.
CNET's Donald Bell reviews the Zune 3.0 media jukebox software.
Brian Cooley goes all Noel Coward on me when we ask if he wants to share viewing over the Xbox 360. We also talk about the Project Natal coolness and lost of other E3 stuff. And of course robots still plan to kill us all. The latest developments involve
Joe Belfiore's move to VP of the Zune group might indicate that the company is thinking about adding more video content to the Zune Marketplace.
Financial markets will collapse, venture capitalists will cause a run on start-ups that will lead to even more financial collapses, and companies that try to disable their DRM servers will inevitably reverse that bad decision.
Dara O'Rourke from Good Guide chats with Brian Cooley about how to determine what products are good and good for you.
The Internet has revolutionised the way we live, over almost 50 years of development. In this feature, we detail the 50 defining moments we feel are most significant to the Web