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Office is getting smarter, and so is your phone. Read about all of Microsoft's ambitious plans from Build 2015 inside.
What does $2.5 billion get you? If you're a Microsoft, a really cool augmented reality demo.
Raw video from Microsoft Build, showing gameplay streamed from an Xbox One console to a Windows 10 laptop.
At the staggered pace Microsoft is planning, we'll be lucky if it doesn't take up the entire fall.
Some Microsoft employees even refer to Windows 10 as “the last Windows,” because Microsoft's plan for perpetual Windows builds make a fixed release date less important.
3D printing in Microsoft's Windows 10 gets a boost with Autodesk's Spark 3D printing engine.
After users freak out over sweeping design changes, Outlook Mail and Calendar will bring buttons back to the bottom of the screen.
You'll see new Aero Glass, a smarter Cortana, and more.
With Windows 10 and its universal apps, Microsoft finally has a chance to take Windows where it's never gone before: everywhere.
Most improvements polish the look and feel of Windows 10.
Microsoft wants Windows 10 on one billion devices in three years. Android and iOS developers will now be able to bring their apps and games to Windows 10.
Microsoft woos app developers with the promise of new promotional opportunities.
Microsoft's developer's conference kicked off Wednesday morning, and PCWorld reported live. Find all the play-by-play here.
But the whole plan hinges on whether developers will embrace universal Windows apps.
This could be the end of Microsoft’s app gap problem.