The company says “reusing” code will make it easy to port existing apps to Windows.
And how you can get one, too.
Your cheat sheet to a fairly long presentation.
It’s a giant play for developers.
And what to expect from Microsoft’s big day today.
Help for making a very personal gift decision.
It’s supposed to guard against cyberintrusion. Remember?
For starters: No passcode, no privacy.
Windows is big but stagnant. Azure is the future.
Think smarter email that doesn’t always look like email.
It’s not too hard to defang the latest Internet threat.
A phablet, a tablet and a hockey puck, plus Lollipop.
It’s not cute and cuddly, and it can bite.
ReadWrite’s complete coverage, right here.
Maybe Microsoft isn’t lurching toward failure.
A fifth: It undoes some big Windows 8 mistakes.
Here comes the post-Windows 8 future.
And ReadWrite is here to make sense of it.
Security isn’t easy; Apple made it even harder.
Your iCloud storage is apparently on Amazon.