What's the difference between DirectX 12 and AMD's Mantle? Why should you even care? Here's the answers you need to know.
Up up, down down, left right, left right.
And that's BEFORE Microsoft discontinues Windows XP security support on April 8.
OneNote's note-taking options just got a whole lot cheaper, flexible, and more diversified.
Unfortunately, that $50 can't go to the purchase price of the new PC you need to buy to get the gift card.
Dual-booting Android with Windows doesn't make sense, but a Windows Chromebook would be to die for.
Buh-bye Nook, hello Nook content in a Microsoft-made native app?
Google Search just got a mobile-mirroring makeover.
Microsoft's impending update for the Windows 8.1 update tries hard to woo over disgruntled desktop fans.
You can still buy or build a PC with Windows 7, or possibly downgrade from Windows 8. It just takes a little extra legwork.
Well, that's embarrassing.
At this year's Game Developers Conference Microsoft will finally show off the new generation of its graphics API—six years in the making.
Cortana wants to know all about you so she can help you better, leveraging her buddies Bing and Foursquare, among others.
Now you can chat about how much email stinks while achieving inbox zero.
Reller's departure means the last of the big brain trust behind Windows 8 have now left the building.