Software giant sees next version of Windows running on PCs new and old, and has plans for Longhorn-era laptops. Meanwhile: Apple is ready to unleash Tiger.
Microsoft's new version of Windows will run on less-modern PCs--but without many of its bells and whistles. April 28, 2005
The latest version of the software suite that makes up the Macintosh operating system debuts Friday. How is it? April 28, 2005
Jean Paoli predicts that an explosion in XML docs will create big market for work flow, analytical tools. April 27, 2005
Microsoft's Bill Mitchell wishes consumers were as excited about buying laptops as they are about buying cell phones. April 27, 2005
Bill Gates gave computer makers a brief look at Longhorn but acknowledges that many of its key features will not be evident until much later test versions of the new Windows. April 25, 2005
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At its annual WinHEC gathering, the software giant celebrates as Windows turns 64--bits, that is. Also: low-cost tablets, black boxes and lots about Longhorn. April 27, 2005