Online game seller GOG.com announces that they will be adding Windows 8 support to their game titles.
Windows 8 did something rather bold when they decided to rid themselves of the start menu and put their money on Modern UI instead. As with any bold move, there's plenty of people who like it the old way, and the app known as Start8 is proof of this.
Julie Larson-Green may not be a name most would recognize off hand, but she is surely a significant part of the millions of households around the globe that use a PC running Windows.
I-O Data Device Inc. presents their new wireless network camera, the TS-WLCAM. It can connect on all of your mobile devices and computers that are connected to your local network, and can even be accessed remotely from the web.
The TK-FDP055 is a wireless keyboard developed recently by Elecom. It features a special number pad that can be used as a touch pad by using specific finger gestures.
SurfCast, a small company making operating systems, has sued Microsoft for infringing on one of it's four patents, a user interface design built around the concept of tiles.
At the ARM TechCon which is being held in Santa Clara, CA the company introduced its first processors based on 64-bit ARMv8 architecture. Under the name Cortex-A53 and -A57, the company plans to usher itself into the microserver era, where it won't face competition from Intel until 2016.
Project White Co. Ltd. has added a few new models for their line-up of G-Gear gaming desktop PC models that are optimized for TERA Online gaming.
There are a few selected Japanese Vaio Tap 20 and Vaio E-Series 14P Fall 2012 models that will have their release delayed until November/December 2012.
Mascot characters Madobe Yuu and Madobe Ai spices up special Japanese versions of Windows 8 with their cute, "moe" charm.
With Windows 8 less than a week away from launch, a group of 14 "typical users" took part in a UK test and reported that the new UI was less than simple to use.
Fujitsu has recently announced the development of the new FMV LIFEBOOK CH55/J, also known as the "Floral Kiss" ultrabook line. It is an ultrabook that was conceptualized for female tech consumers.
Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer has suggested the company will become more like Apple in the future, focusing on hardware and online services in addition to its popular software.
Lenovo has announced four hybrid laptop-tablet devices for Windows 8 and Windows RT, three aimed at consumers and a fourth aimed at businesses.
Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson has refused to allow Microsoft to certify the game for Windows 8's app store.
Intel has partnered with Acer, HP, Lenovo, Samsung and more to unveil today a slew of new tablet computers running Windows 8 based on Intel processors, such as the new “Clover Trail” Atom Z2760 CPU.
The European Union is to fine Microsoft for failing to comply with a 2009 ruling over its lack of choice in web browsers on Windows-based computers.
At an event in New York City, HTC revealed two more Windows 8 smartphone offerings, including what will be HTC's flagship Windows 8 device, the HTC Windows Phone 8X.
At the first day of Siggraph 2012, which is taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Khronos group announced the new iterations of OpenGL API for conventional computers and consoles (OpenGL), as well as mobile devices (OpenGL ES).
Microsoft's own-branded Surface tablet will launch on 26 October, the same day as Windows 8.