Windows Bridge for iOS lets you repurpose iPhone apps as Windows apps.
It does Windows and stacks up nicely against the iPad Air 2, though it’s still just a tablet.
It’s a giant play for developers.
The Iron Man future is here.
Microsoft thinks its Surface Pro 3 can displace your MacBook Air. Maybe not.
Handwriting-to-text may not be the most efficient use of the Pro Pen stylus with the Microsoft Surface Pro 3.
Microsoft thinks it can save the PC industry by recreating laptops as elegant tablets with shocking price tags. Good luck with that.
Microsoft announces a new 2-in-1 tablet/PC hybrid computer.
I’m a big email user, and Windows 8.1 finally gets it right.
Microsoft will no longer issue security updates, but many people still need to keep Windows XP up and running safely. Here’s how.
How Microsoft has recreated itself to compete in the new era of mobile, wearables and the cloud.
Microsoft has largely eliminated a big barrier for developers by unifying the code base of its mobile and desktop operating systems.
The latest revision of Windows 8—technically Windows 8.1 Update 1—aims to mollify PC users while updating the Windows Store.
Microsoft has spent the last few years bundling core services into a single platform. The full maturation of that platform will be seen this week at Build 2014.
Microsoft wants everyone to use Windows 8 — apparently enough to give it away.
Microsoft wants to expand its Windows device empire by making it easier for manufacturers to build Windows 8 and Windows Phone devices.
Getting set up properly with Microsoft’s online services is just as important as getting your hands on the gear. (Sponsored by Microsoft)
How does upgrading Linux, Windows and OS X at nearly the same time actually work? You might be surprised.
Windows 8.1 is a solid update for Windows 8 users, but does little to solve the multiple-personality problem of this operating system.
The Start button is back. The Mail client is vaguely functional. Settings are rationalized. But it’s not clear Windows 8 is getting better quickly enough.