For $5 a year, students will be able to explore Minecraft's blocky virtual world, with teachers teleporting in to help tackle school projects.
Lenovo expects to ship millions of mobile devices over the next several years, many of which will now come preloaded with Microsoft productivity software.
Genee, which uses artificial intelligence to simplify digital scheduling, will shut down as a stand-alone assistant on Sept. 1.
A new drawing tab lets you create with your finger or stylus.
The software giant is warning Windows 10 users that Google's Chrome drains battery life much more than Microsoft's own Edge browser.
The iRobot Roomba 880 outshines its Roomba 790 predecessor and carries the brand to a new level of robot vacuum awesomeness.
Microsoft's online office suite looks to machine learning to power a small set of new convenience features.
Dropbox's introduces new productivity tools to its iOS app, making it easier to scan files and create Microsoft Office documents.
With Windows Phone flopping, Microsoft is finding other ways to spread its software to a mobile market dominated by Apple and Google.
The software giant is trying a novel approach to that whole we-hate-ads-on-the-Internet thing.
The software giant has work to do if it's going to rally people to its software for PCs, tablets and phones.
Windows users, Apple really, really wants to see its 9.7-inch iPad Pro in your hands
How much do you hate wrinkled clothes?
A Swedish company known for its high-end ironing systems will soon begin to sell a smart iron that costs more than $1,000.