Windows Phone's finally getting a notification center in Windows Phone 8.1, and it looks pretty snazzy.
Sure, Metro isn't great for getting things done, but a Microsoft designer says that's the entire point.
Windows 8 haters can continue to buy PCs pre-loaded with WIndows 7 beyond 2014, but they'll have to splurge on a business machine.
Because bringing your own operating system to the party is a bummer when your PC can't find it.
The pint-sized HP Chromebox is packed with business-friendly features and a hulking Core i7 processor.
Focusing on the high-end only works if there's a high-end market to begin with.
After taking a plunge with Windows 8's modern UI, Microsoft appears ready to let a PC be a PC and a tablet be a tablet.
Satya who? You'll know after reading this. (He loves books and online neuroscience courses!)
New Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella shined some light on his background and visions for the future in an email to Microsoft employees.
The new CEO is an old hand at Microsoft.
Valve's quickly eliminating SteamOS's biggest technical headaches, though these early builds are still only for the brave.
The Sharp RW-16G1 is a portly portable with a pixelicious display.
There was a lot to like at the grand unveiling of the first wave of 14 Steam Machines, but Valve's hands-off approach feels a bit TOO hands-off.
Net neutrality is no more.
The Chromebook ranks swell thanks to Toshiba, whose first entry also happens to be the first 13-inch Chromebook.