Microsoft’s current business is doing great, at least in its most recent earnings report. Read between the lines, though, and the future for Windows appears to be darkening.
Whether they’re making PCs, servers, phones or tablets, hardware makers are playing more and more with Intel’s chips. And that means the house — i.e., Intel — always wins.
HP says its partnership with Leap Motion will enable “new user experiences.” More importantly, the deal offers new reasons to buy HP PCs – reasons the company desperately needs.
Microsoft is reportedly planning a smaller 7-inch Surface tablet. But doing so may strip out much of what makes a Surface a Surface.
IDC reported Wednesday afternoon that the PC market reported the worst quarter ever since it began tracking it in 1994. Disaster.
Dropbox takes another step to attract businesses — i.e., paying customers who can fund the company’s expansion. But will a pair of data breaches doom its chances?
What does Microsoft do wrong? Lots of things. But the company also does some important stuff right.
Gartner hasn’t said that the PC market is dying — at least, not quite. But it is. And it’s actually important to say so.
If you love Likes, Photos, and other Facebook interactions, then you won’t be able to wait for Facebook’s new Home app for Android. But if you like, you know, doing stuff on your phone, you might want to reconsider.
Discounts on Windows 8 notebooks and tablets are suddenly rampant. It might be the time of year, though it’s also clear that Win8 isn’t exactly lighting a fire under the market.
Google’s pledge to back open patents is a typical Google gesture: an elegant combination of genuine altruism, PR spin and protecting its own self interest.
Kinect’s depth sensing is being used from everything from animatronic demons to one of the best PowerPoint presentations you’ve ever seen.
Facebook has big plans for something involving Android on April 4, according to an invitation to an April 4 press conference. “Come see our new home on Android,” it reads — whatever that means.
Microsoft is quietly working towards fully integrating public data sources into Excel, with a goal of allowing users to search out their own answers when a search engine can’t do it for you.
Microsoft’s Windows 8 balances the old way of doing things — the Windows desktop — with the new “Metro” interface. With a new “Windows Blue” build that leaked to the Internet over the weekend, Microsoft is inexorably pushing users toward the new user interface.
Google Keep seems awfully similar to an Android function that’s been around since 2010, even though it was subsequently eclipsed by Apple’s Siri. Here’s why Google is trying again.
Bing’s improvements Thursday may make it the best search engine for social media profiles. But Wolfram Alpha still has it beat when it comes to delivering snappy answers to straight questions.
The creators of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” say they use Twitter to tap into the cultural zeitgeist surrounding the show. And then there’s George R.R. Martin, the author of “Thrones,” who offers a different take.
New technologies from Nvidia and USC make CGI faces look like you’d expect them to – until they move and get all creepy.
Google plans to use the collaborative sharing aspects of Google Drive as a way to lure third-party apps into the Google fold.