Microsoft is late to a game already owned by iOS and Android, but affordable Windows tablets could shift things in Microsoft’s favor.
Time Warner Cable is in the midst of clearing up issues that prevented some of its customers accessing Microsoft sites earlier this week, it says.
A 18-meter giant Gundam could blow minds by 2019. If they can get it to work, that is.
Archos isn't waiting for the IFA show next week to announce its first products, which includes an intriguingly priced Windows tablet.
The private cloud is no longer about merely storing your data more safely than on public cloud services. NAS lets you set up virtualization services on hardware you own and manage, saving money and boosting your peace of mind.
A standalone smartwatch sounds wonderful, as long as you don't think about it too much.
Yes, it's like Civilization V in space, but it's more than that, too.
Turns out the Verizon exclusive for the Windows Phone version of the HTC One M8 isn't so exclusive after all.
Use these expert tips to grow your social following.
$20 Oculus Rift mount lets users track their hands and fingers in 3D
Microsoft updates its OneDrive for Android app with the ability to store files in either a personal OneDrive account or OneDrive for Business.
Next January, Microsoft will end mainstream support for Windows 7. But relax. That won't be end of the popular operating system.
It's the second database exposure incident reported by the organization in a month, but the passwords were encrypted.
Prompted by numerous customer complaints, Microsoft says it is cracking down on Windows Store apps that attempt to deceive you into downloading them.