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Microsoft has taken its server OS a giant step forward with Tuesday's release of Windows Server 2012.
Analysis: The new Microsoft service agreement follows Google's lead and allows it to share your data over all its cloud services.
The IFA tech show in Berlin doesn't officially start until Friday, but gadget makers have given a sneak peek at the latest wares to be shown off at the gadget expo in Berlin.
ARM-based chip makers are adding unique capabilities to processors so tablets become more attractive to buyers based on performance and features.
As if the October 26 launch of Windows 8 wasn't enough for Microsoft, the launch of Windows Phone 8 is reportedly scheduled for three days later.
We take a speculative look at the future of Microsoft's operating system.
To hear Dell and HP tell it, the slump in PC sales can be blamed in part on Windows 8, which won't do much to improve the situation until sometime next year.
The company's refreshed emblem is greeted as more friendly by some, and derided as dull by others.
Windows XP's most beloved factors are also driving Windows 7 to long-lasting stardom, even for Windows 8 adopters.
Microsoft on Monday began taking orders for the $14.99 Windows 8 upgrade promised to customers who purchased a new Windows 7-powered PC in the last 11 weeks.
We sit down with SimCity producer Jason Haber in Cologne, Germany to chat about what PC gamers can expect from the next SimCity game.
Do-it-yourselfers and users of virtual machines may have a legal, less expensive option than a full retail copy of Windows with Microsoft's next release.
WinPho's market growth and BlackBerry's free fall combine to push smartphones running Microsoft's mobile OS past the Canadian smartphone maker.
Despite some online skirmishing and being dropped from Microsoft's partner list, Acer says it still expects to ship Windows RT devices.
The final code shows how Microsoft is implementing the 'Do Not Track' privacy setting for Internet Explorer 10.