Hotspot 2.0 technology lets users automatically connect to any hotspot after a single login.
"Buy once, play anywhere" comes to Microsoft's ecosystem.
Why wait? Microsoft's developer preview is actually open to anyone who's a little adventurous.
The forward-looking folks at Microsoft Research demo'd Live Tiles that scroll and expand. It's still just an experiment, but it sure sounds cool.
Samsung's latest flagship phone hits 125 countries and all the big U.S. carriers.
Subscribers can now snag an LTE-enabled tablet for the same price as the Wi-Fi-only model.
Price wars and freebies are out. Hooking you into paid services is in.
There's no need to worry unless you've disabled automatic updates.
Getting a Surface? Might as well grab a Wireless Xbox 360 controller and a couple of games for the same price.
Ready or not, it's time to move on from Windows XP. Here's how to choose your next operating system.
Open your wallet wide, very wide, for this open-source, Kickstarter-funded, homespun laptop.
Microsoft shakes up its business model without touching its cash cow.
It's not a huge number, but enough to keep PC makers interested.
Targets gets white plastic as a limited-time retail exclusive, but no Pebble Steel.
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