Microsoft is looking to go back to its old role as an alley-oop assisting Center, by providing a bit of digital billboard space with a new section on its Microsoft Store website to help OEM’s peddle their wares powered by Windows.
Microsoft’s former head of Windows has resurfaced today on LinkedIn to post about his whereabouts over the past six months as well as giving his audience some guidance on what they can expect to see him doing next in the tech industry.
Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system. Microsoft Planner is getting Guest Access support, UWP app also in the works Microsoft’s visual teamwork planning tool, Microsoft Planner, is to receive its own UWP app for […]
Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read! Satya Nadella reshuffles Microsoft In an letter to employees, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced a reshuffle of the company, which means that the Windows division is no longer an […]
Windows team manages to keep the wheels of progress greased and running as they seed build 17634 to Skip Ahead Insider participants.
Terry Myerson will soon leave Microsoft following a major internal re-org, and the tech veteran wrote a lenghty blog post to reflect on his “incredibly intense experience” at Microsoft.
Microsoft is announcing a major shakeup of the Windows organization, with longtime EVP Terry Myerson stepping down to be replaced by four new leaders in a new restructuring. In a letter to employees by CEO Satya Nadella, he announces that Myerson will “pursue his next chapter outside Microsoft.” Myerson will stick around for the next […]
Microsoft has made things more official, revealing that the next Windows 10 Insider builds will include both Windows Timeline and a new feature called Sets.
A couple of hours ago, Microsoft announced pretty big news at its WinHEC event in Shenzhen, China and you can know watch the full video.
Microsoft exec Terry Myerson explained in a new interview with ZDNet why the company still considers its mobile OS a strategic investment despite the very low market share.
In a new interview with ZDNet reporter Mary Jo Foley, Microsoft’s Terry Myerson explained that the company and its partners are on a journey to democratize VR products.
At a session promising to “Discover what’s next for Windows 10 Mobile,” along with some slides on the current mobile ecosystem, a shout-out to the HP Elite x3, and some info on what’s coming with Continuum, Microsoft also reiterated their commitment to the Windows 10 Mobile ecosystem, not only for 3rd party but 1st party […]
Microsoft is reshuffling its Windows Server engineering team, by moving them out of its Cloud and Enterprise Group and into its Windows and Devices Group.
Just over a year ago, Microsoft predicted that Windows 10 would be installed on 1 billion devices by the second quarter of 2018. Now Microsoft is stating that this will unfortunately not happen, according to a statement provided to Mary Jo Foley at ZDNet. “Windows 10 is off to the hottest start in history with over 350M […]
Microsoft employees took to an anonymous chat app to show their distaste towards Terry Myerson, the Executive Vice President of the Windows and Devices group.
An internal memo sent to Windows partners in the wake of recent organizational “streamlining” around Microsoft’s mobile business strategies, has come to light.
On June 1st, Microsoft will be among over 100,000 industry partners from 29 countries for COMPUTEX 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan. COMPUTEX, otherwise known as Taipei International Information Technology Show, is a special technology conference where Microsoft can connect and work with hardware partners to create incredible user experiences for Windows 10 devices around the globe. […]
We reported earlier today that Microsoft’s Windows 10 OS has managed to surpass 120 million installs worldwide. As nice as the Windows 10 launch has been for Microsoft’s PR, the install process hasn’t been as worry free for some Windows users. Since the July release of Windows 10, some users on older versions of Windows […]
Microsoft is on a hardware blitz this week with their Windows 10 devices event on Tuesday being followed up by several partners showing off their own Windows 10 PCs. HP and Dell have both had their turn and today Asus announced several new Republic of Gaming (ROG) PCs built exclusively for Windows 10. The news is detailed in […]