After a TV and social media heavy reveal, Microsoft comes out firing on all cylinders with new games, exclusives, and the system's pricing. » Read Article
Microsoft has been producing a Kinect for Windows for some time now, and while we've yet to see many consumers take advantage, academics and other researchers are smitten. At BUILD, the company just announced that the new Kinect for Xbox One has also come to Windows.
Microsoft promises to spend boatloads of cash to bring new games to the Xbox One.
Microsoft just unveiled latest console, the Xbox One. Filled with the latest in motion control, the new system promises to be a new central hub for your TV.
According to Kaspersky, 75% of security vulnerabilities are due to 3rd party apps.
Just when you thought Redmond was done with the new, cloud-friendly version of Office, a new update brings expansive new functionality.
Is Office 2013's new license meant to push customers to Office 365? Microsoft's new license terms for Office 2013 are not making consumers very happy due to some new very restrictive terms that has some people thinking Microsoft is trying to push customers over to Office 365.
A world-wide Microsoft survey finds users still don't know or care much about security their computing products.
Thanks to new allegations about Skype, even Microsoft might be drawn into the heartbreaking Syrian conflict.
CES has come and gone - and Microsoft's absence from the show was felt. Still, you might have expected the company to make a push and show off some great new software; sadly, none was to be found.
Sorry for the all-caps announcement, but it's something important to consider: after tomorrow, Microsoft is raising the cost of upgrading to Windows 8 - and it's going up by a heck of a lot.
As a popular AV tester yanks certification for Security Essentials, MS fights back.
It's no surprise that Microsoft is hard at work on the followup to their successful Xbox 360 video game console. What might be a little surprising, however, is that the company has a release date in mind, planning to hit store shelves just a year after Nintendo's own Wii U.
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