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Microsoft will offer a very reasonable means for businesses to transition to Windows 10, as conservatively or aggressively as they choose. But Microsoft's "Windows as a service" offering will still be pay-to-play.
Coming up on World Tech Update this week, the Apple Watch is coming in April, a small drone crashes at the White House and Motorola is back in China after a two-year hiatus.
The lossless audio compression format won't be limited to laptops and desktops, though it's a few months away.
If it isn't Cortana, then what is it? The man who built Microsoft didn't elaborate, but he did have some cautionary words for the development of artificial intelligence over the next 30 years.
Once Microsoft flips the switch to turn off XP support, your already vulnerable systems and data will become even riskier and costlier to maintain. Upgrading Windows is the key to preventing serious problems.
Existing tablets will get full desktop functionality, but new devices under 8-inches will be more like Windows Phone.
Heavily discounted Windows licenses led to a revenue shortfall of 25 percent year over year, highlighting the importance of successful launch of Windows 10 later this year.
It's official: DirectX 12 is here, though it's not very handy in its current form.
Microsoft wants to hear what you have to say about Windows 10, and this is where you can do it.
Ready to upgrade from Windows XP? Here are some tips to making that transition seamless.
We go hands on with Cortana in Build 9926 of Windows 10, and find the digital assistant is disappointing compared to what's installed in Windows Phone.
Microsoft has published Build 9926, the version of Windows 10 the company showed off at its event this week.
The most important change may be the name: Windows Phone has vanished in favor of Windows 10. But aside from some iterative changes to apps, change does not seem to be a-coming.
The flaw can be exploited to execute malicious Java code on servers
When asked Wednesday for a clear vision statement users could rally behind, Microsoft's CEO responded: There's a billion-and-a-half users
In Technical Preview Build 9924, Cortana joins forces with notifications and search to make WIndows more responsive. There's a Start Menu of sorts, too.