In the wake of Microsoft’s announcement that it’s planning on buying Nokia’s handset division, Microsoft’s operating systems boss says his company will still work with Windows Phone OEMs.
According to Windows information site WinBeta, the release candidate for Visual Studio 2013 has leaked online.
Nokiasoft is now a thing with Microsoft’s takeover of Nokia’s Devices and Services unit.
Microsoft reportedly in investment talks with Foursquare while trying to woo the social media company away from another perspective suitor, American Express.
Rumor: Microsoft may implement a virtual marketplace that allows buying & selling of used digital games
A recent thread on NeoGAF suggests that Microsoft may be implementing a unique marketplace structure wherein gamers will be able to sell their used digital titles--this has yet to be confirmed, however, and must remain a rumor.
Microsoft's Albert Penello recently spoke out concerning the Xbox One, confirming that the games demoed at Gamescom were in fact running on a bona-fide Xbox One and that the system is utilizing near-finalized hardware.
Sales figures for U.S. pre-orders of both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have been tallied up, showcasing comparison numbers that includes all pre-orders made up to Aug. 24--along with a variety of highly anticipated AAA next-gen titles.
One of the long standing nuisances of Windows Phone 8 might be resolved with the GDR3 update to the OS, which is expected to begin rolling out later this year.
Reporters are “not invited” to a meeting in September where Microsoft will lay out its financial future and instead must watch a live stream of the event.
Nokia’s Windows RT tablet is a reality whether people like it or not, and now, details on the specs of the device, codenamed Sirius, have surfaced online.
For technology enthusiasts, the mobile industry is a fascinating vertical to observe. Even in my relatively few years covering consumer electronics, I’ve already seen Microsoft go from ruling the smartphone space (briefly, and after an even briefer era of Palm dominance), to the unenviable position of (albeit well-funded) underdog — forced to claw its way
A new rumor suggests Microsoft will ship a notification center in the GDR3 update for Windows Phone 8, and that the feature is currently under testing at Nokia.
Microsoft announced Friday that CEO Steve Ballmer will retire within the next year.
Brace yourselves Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 users, Gameloft is preparing to bring no less than 15 of its gaming titles to your favourite platforms, including the hotly anticipated Asphalt 8: Airborne.
Microsoft has launched its Bing for Schools initiative, a program that offers ad-free and more secure Bing search to students and, as a bonus for using Bing, free Surface RT tablets as well.
During their official Gamescom conference, Microsoft has revealed that all European pre-orders will include a free copy of FIFA 14 (while supplies last). Additionally EA Sports has announced FUT Legends, a mode exclusive to Xbox One that gives players access to legendary football stars.
According to Microsoft and their sometimes fun, sometimes deceptive commercials, the Asus VivoTab Smart, Dell XPS 10, Surface RT and Acer Iconia W3 are all faster, cheaper and/or better at multitasking than Apple’s iPad and iPad Mini.
Amazon's new online promotion allows customers a one-off chance to upgrade to an Xbox One version of select titles for just $9.99, along with bonus trade-in offers.
Rumors have surfaced that point to the possibility of Microsoft including a free Xbox One game with every console at launch, and an official announcement is expected at Gamescom.
Take an in-depth look at how the Xbox One controller learned and evolved from its little brother: the Xbox 360 controller.