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Microsoft's phone business suffers a disastrous quarter as it feels the effects of layoffs. Will new phones make a difference? We won't know for a while.
Microsoft has a major update coming for Windows 10 in just a few weeks.
Windows 10's mandatory updates rub just about everyone the wrong way. But Microsoft's Joe Belfiore said the company's policy of requiring cumulative updates to Windows 10 is actually better for reliability than the old model of letting users and IT administrators apply piecemeal patches.
Cortana's new texting capabilities join new Messaging, Skype, and Phone apps in Build 10565.
If you’ve just bought a Windows 10 device, here are the apps you’ll want to download as soon as possible to get the most out of your new machine.
Road trip! Microsoft takes the Surface Book, Surface Pro 4, new Microsoft Band, and Lumias 950 on tour.
Microsoft may be pushing Windows 10 upgrades harder than ever, with users reportedly having trouble opting out.
Do you like cumulative updates? You'd better. Windows 10 users shouldn't expect Microsoft to bend on the just-take-it policy the company has adopted for the new OS.
Windows 10 Mobile insiders finally got access to a new build of Microsoft's operating system for smartphones, but the installation process is going to have many people seeing red.
Microsoft today shipped the latest Windows 10 preview to Insider testers, smoothing the activation process.
Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10565 for Windows 10 on Monday that includes the Skype messaging apps the company promised during the run-up to the operating system's launch.
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The device is roughly the size of a carton of cigarettes and has seven different ports.
Better get used to the Settings app now, because it could completely replace Control Panel in the future.
Microsoft's foray into notebooks with the Surface Book is certain to tick off its computer-making partners, but there's little they can do except to grin and bear it.