Microsoft recently revealed its latest set of quarterly numbers, and it was most certainly bad news for the curious Surface RT device.
Could Bill want to take control again? We don’t think so – he’s having too much fun living the high life to regress to CEO status.
You’re likely aware that the preview of Windows 8.1 is out – sadly, it doesn’t seem to mitigate the frustrations of Microsoft’s new OS.
Some folks think that both Microsoft and Dell should abandon the consumer to focus on the enterprise. That really isn’t a good idea.
Around six million Surface tablets are wasting away in a warehouse somewhere. So how can Microsoft shift them?
Forget Star Wars, the Edit Wars on Wikipedia are much more exciting. Well, maybe not quite, but it’s an interesting topic nonetheless.
So Windows is dead… or is it? The truth is that Microsoft’s PR folks are certainly acting like it, and failing to defend the OS.
It's possible that Apple has an iWatch in the pipeline, but it's also possible that it’s an elaborate ruse to trick Cupertino’s rivals.
If the NSA is spying on Microsoft products, why would anyone want to use them? There could soon be a backlash against Redmond...
Why on Earth did Google, one of the most anti-social companies out there, plunge into the world of social networking?
There are many benefits to teleworking which have been long documented, and companies should have solid teleworking programs in place.
MS operates in two tech duopolies: Consoles and computers. What are the chances of it breaking into a third one, namely smartphones?
When users move on to Windows 7 or Windows 8, the sad truth is they can find plenty of peripheral compatibility issues cropping up.
Thanks very much, Facebook, this is just what we need – another lame video service clamouring for our attention.
It’s time for a new Yahoo – the site is seen as stodgy and dated, but a new name would help to shrug off any negative connotations.
What was Jony Ive thinking when it comes to Apple's new mobile operating system? The redesign and new icons are less than compelling.
Apple's new machine is long overdue, and maybe now it has been revealed the competition will finally step up to the plate.
Why did Microsoft have to change from the good old days, when it wasn’t so jumpy about how it tried to push the industry along?
Canonical reckons Linux will never achieve the goal of overtaking Windows. This is because computers and users are dumber than ever.
Boldly manufacturing its new phone in Texas, Google must make the Moto X handset a triumph to prove it can be done without China.
The PC market is failing miserably, with a further decline in sales predicted this year. Soon only power users will own the machines.
Last week, Yahoo announced that every Flickr user will get 1TB of free storage. This move will redefine storage standards everywhere.
Apple's iWatch has long been rumoured, and it could be due out this year. But would such a device be a good move for the company?
A feature rolled out at last week's Google I/O could put the company's ear in your office. We chew over the potential privacy issues.
What could save struggling Nokia? An open phone that could run any mobile operating system would be a hot commodity.