Out this week
Sony spin-off Vaio is set to release a new Windows 10 smartphone this week.
Microsoft only bright spot in tablet market
For years Microsoft held a torch for the tablet even while everyone else mocked them. When Apple turned the concept into a gimmick and everyone bought one, Microsoft was mocked for not really understanding the tablet.
U.S. Presidential primary voting officially kicks off tonight in Iowa (February 1, 2016), and for tonight's Iowa caucuses, Microsoft is in the hot seat as it has offered to provide a pair of smartphone apps to help nearly 1,700 precincts report more accurate results to party headquarters.
Does not do what it claims
It appears that Microsoft Edge’s InPrivate mode is about as private as a Hollywood starlet in an iCloud account.
A cloudy future is now a good thing
Software King of the World Microsoft beat the predictions of the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by reporting a quarterly revenue and profit which was bolstered by cost cutting and growing demand for its cloud products and services.
Crashes them hard with blue and black screens
Earlier today, Microsoft released the first firmware updates of the year for its latest Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book devices. These were automatic updates that were supposed to add battery charging enhancements, a more accurate fingerprint sensor driver, and support for Microsoft’s Surface Pen on the Surface Pro 4 device.
Looks like the sky really wasn’t cloud’s limit
While the Cloud is supposed to be the savour of big computing, VMWare, which should be doing well is actually suffering.
Knows its target market
Software king of the world Microsoft has been doing some research into the needs and wants of Apple fanboys and reached the conclusion that they need a keyboard which can be used one-handed.
Life on the Bleeding Edge
Software giant Microsoft has released Build 11102 of its Edge browser to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring, however it has warned gamers that they might have a few problems with it.
Set to announce free trade-in scheme on Friday
The folks in charge of manufacturing Microsoft’s A/C charging cable for the first three generations of its Surface Pro series apparently forgot to quality check for overheating issues.