An anonymous tipster suggests that Nokia will be announcing its first Windows 8 tablet sometime in September, followed by an unveiling of its Lumia phablet in November.
Asus, a major Microsoft OEM partner, will hold off on producing more hardware to run Windows RT in the foreseeable future, a move which falls in line with consumer sentiments about the ARM-powered alternative OS in the media consumption sector.
It’s the same old story with just a slightly tweaked script. Windows-based tablets are better than Apple’s iPads, despite what sales numbers say, and the best Microsoft can come up with to prove that is through deceitful commercials that only tell one side of the story.
Google has added a couple of touch-friendly features on its latest Canary test build of Chrome, indicating the company is focusing attention on touch-enabled devices.
You didn’t have to be a rocket scientist to tell the recent Surface RT price cuts were just the beginning of something. Something that’s now seen both the Surface Pro and Acer Iconia W3 get heavy discounts themselves.
Microsoft’s miscalculated demand for its Surface tablets consequently led to a big loss for the company recently. So what’s the excuse?
It didn’t take that long, but Microsoft has finally reached the 100k app mark for its Windows 8 app store.
It looks like Microsoft has started selling a new SKU of their not-so-popular Surface Pro tablet. The new Pro has a 256 GB SSD, and an affordable price tag of $1,199 only.
The Surface RT and Pro haven’t lit the world on fire like Microsoft would have hoped but if this leak is any indication it seems like they’re ready to give it another push sometime in the future. Hopefully the near future.
One of the smallest Windows 8 tablets to date, Acer’s Iconia W3, has gone through a long teasing process in the past couple of months, becoming official just a few weeks back and being up on store shelves starting today.
Recent tests conducted by NSS labs concluded that Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 10 web browser blocks 99.6% of all malware.
Microsoft has pushed a new update for the Xbox Music app on Windows 8, brings in new features as well as a login-free trial streaming option. While Windows 8 has a built-in search tool for apps, a new update brings the search functionality to the Xbox Music app, allowing users to search for any song
Lenovo has introduced its new 10-inch Windows 8 tablet with 64 GB storage, is powered by an Intel Atom dual-core SoC.
Hey, remember how we told you yesterday that Samsung was planning to intro multiple ATIV Book 9s in London? Well, voila. ATIV Book 9 Plus and ATIV Book 9 Lite are the official names of the new ultrabooks, which are bound to replace Sammy’s old Series 9 in the grand scheme of things.
Although Samsung (re) introduced the world to the Galaxy S4 Mini, Active and Zoom during yesterday’s Premiere event, the show’s spotlight was primarily on new ATIV family members. The ATIV Q Windows 8/Android hybrid was the center of attention, but the ATIV Tab 3 is not to be ignored either.
Samsung is holding an event later today and most of the leaks up to this point have been relating to the Galaxy brand. Well that just changed as some hints of what to expect for Windows have surfaced online.
ASUS has launched its 15.6-inch touch-enabled Ultrabook, dubbed the VivoBook S551, powered by the power-efficient Nvidia GT 740M graphics processing unit and Intel’s 4th Generation Haswell based Core processor.
Earlier reports revealed that Microsoft will bundle Windows 8.1 with many new apps. Here’s your first look at them.
Lenovo is reportedly getting ready to roll out a new series of Windows-based tablets. The MIIX family will include a fairly modest 10-inch model, but also an 8-incher that could run Windows 8.1 out the box.
If you’re a Windows 8 user and desperately want the ‘boot straight to desktop’ option, then the Windows 8.1 update will most likely offer just that.