Station Q is where where Microsoft is building its vision for the future of computing.
What Microsoft’s “One Windows” Really Means
Streamlining Windows has long been Microsoft’s goal.
At Microsoft, The Cloud Truly Does Come First
Cloud first, mobile last. See also: What Microsoft’s Fiercest Critics Forget: Azure That’s about how you can sum up Microsoft’s earnings for the last quarter. Microsoft’s cloud revenue is on a steady trajectory up—$4.4 billion in the last year—as it rolls out Office 365 and Azure services to its core customers. Azure is probably the […]
Among Mobile App Developers, The Middle Class Has Disappeared
The indie developer may soon be a relic.
Yahoo Just Bought A Massive Trove Of Mobile Data With Its Flurry Deal
Which may kickstart its mobile-advertising business.
Nokia X Gets Axed By Microsoft
Microsoft reverses course to eliminate Nokia’s Android devices.
12,500 In Nokia Division Laid Off By Microsoft
The cuts were deeper than expected and the devices and services division was hit hard.
The New “One Microsoft” Is About To Get Slimmer
This could be the software giant’s biggest round of layoffs ever.
Why Smartwatches Could Stand Some Old-School Watchmaking
It’s all about the art of making new mechanisms small, delicate … and perfect.
Satya Nadella Proves That Microsoft Hasn’t Changed At All
The Microsoft CEO’s new vision of its customers: Work first, life second. Same as the old vision.
Android Wear Gets Customized; That Didn’t Take Long
Gohma is one of the first third-party customizations for Google smartwatches.
Intel And Samsung Join Battle Over The Internet Of Things
Their Open Internet Consortium will vie with other wireless standards group to dominate your connected gadgets.
How Google’s Early Release Of Android L Breaks With The Past To Fix Its Future
The Android L developer preview is a much-welcomed—and much-needed—departure for how Google handles its popular operating system.
No, Google Isn’t Going To Kill Its Nexus Devices
Carrier-friendly phones via the Android Silver program should debut next year, but Nexus phones and tablets will also endure.
What Developers Need To Know About Android L
Google is taking Android everywhere with L, and its design is changing in important ways as a result.
10 Things Google Didn’t Talk About At I/O 2014
Google Glass and these nine other areas got the cold shoulder at the company’s I/O keynote.
You Can Order An Android Smartwatch Today
So long as it’s not the Moto 360, that is. The full software developer kit for Android Wear is also available today.
Google Previews The Next Big Release Of Android: “L”
It’s got a new, subtly skeuomorphic look, performance enhancements for developers … and it’s 64-bit.
What To Expect At Google I/O 2014: Android Wear, Android Everywhere
Android smartwatches look to take center stage at Google I/O 2014.
Meet Android Intents, The System That (Sort Of) Recreates The Web—Using Apps
If you’ve ever changed a default Android app or clicked on a link that took you directly from one app to another, you’ve seen Intents.