Microsoft’s 3D virtual-reality display technology creates environments so real you’ll forget where you are and may not want to go back.
Microsoft is planning a staggered rollout for its new operating system, with versions for smartphones and other devices coming later in 2015.
The two companies are already partnering in a number key areas in the cloud.
Microsoft’s co-founder said the new OS reminds him of the very first version of Windows -– Windows 1.0.
CEO Satya Nadella says the cloud is now the company’s most important battlefield.
Microsoft hopes its support of other operating systems will increase the number of apps that run on its Windows tablets and phones.
At Build 2015, CEO Satya Nadella said his company is focused on providing cloud services like Azure to connect devices, even those from rivals Google and Apple.
Moves like the unveiling of Windows 10 at this week's Build conference show CEO Satya Nadella is serious about fixing Microsoft's past mistakes.
But sales of the software maker’s core product, Windows, continue to decline as consumers opt for phones and tablets powered by Android or Apple’s iOS.
Big Blue's revenues were flat year over year, while net income was up 4 percent.
Chinese upstarts ZTE, Lenovo and Huawei, which dominate the gadget market, are eyeing commercial systems. Nokia needs to get big enough to compete.
The chipmaker, which has lost ground to ARM and Qualcomm in the market for silicon that power smartphones and tablets, is looking to rebound.
A website for aviation enthusiasts, FlightRadar24.com, captured data that shows the autopilot was reset to initiate a steep decline.
Verse messaging automatically prioritizes email and allows users to more easily find their most important content.
Zach Nelson, who has overseen his company’s meteoric growth, also talks about China, security and stock valuations today.
In a surprise move, Jack Ma’s company said Wednesday that it plans to open a commercial data center in the heart of Silicon Valley.
Supreme Court case could mean states that rely on HealthCare.gov would be have to switch to self-managed exchanges.
U.S. tech giants such as Apple and Amazon are rushing to build data centers on the Continent to allay Europe's privacy concerns post-Snowden.
The OS brings new features to devices such as the Lumia 830. They include full-size backgrounds and interactive notifications.
Erstwhile industry leaders like IBM, Microsoft and Qualcomm see intellectual property rights as their not so secret weapon.