World's leading operating system is Windows 7
Published in News


Looks like that tablet idea was really daft

The world's most popular operating system is still Windows 7, as Microsoft really regrets wasting its time with a tablet interface in Windows 8.

Microsoft interested in buying AMD
Published in Processors


End of the Wintel alliance

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that the much loved software giant Microsoft wants to by the fabless chipmaker AMD.

Microsoft Lumia 940 XL spotted in benchmark database
Published in Mobiles


Coming with 5.7-inch 2560x1440 screen

While there have been plenty of rumors regarding Microsoft's upcoming Lumia 940 XL, we now have some more details including precise specifications spotted in GFXBenchmark database.

Microsoft might have lost millions on smartphones
Published in Mobiles


Didn't do as well as expected

Microsoft might be getting ready to launch Windows 10 Mobile later in the year, with new devices and flagships, but it might have to write off millions on mobile deals that did not go so well.

British coppers investigate Microsoft's HoloLens
Published in News


Robocop on its way

Cambridgeshire Constabulary to use Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality hardware as part of an ambitious push to harness cutting-edge technology.

iOS copies Windows 8
Published in Mobiles


Exterminate the desktop

The fruity cargo cult, Apple, which  has never been afraid of taking people's useless ideas and turning them into money, has decided to copy Microsoft's least favourite idea – killing off the desktop in Windows 8.

Plugging Windows 10 on a plug
Published in News


Connect it where you want

While Microsoft has been plugging Windows 10, a Taiwanese outfit has installed the operating system on a computer the size of a plug.

Microsoft putting Wi-Fi into Office 365
Published in Mobiles


Rebadged Skype Wi-Fi to Microsoft Wi-Fi

Microsoft is making some sweeping changes to its wi-fi set ups.

Microsoft Edge gets Dolby
Published in News


Stop your browser hissing

Microsoft has said that its new browser for Windows 10, the Edge will come with support for Dolby Audio.

Intel gives Microsoft an Edge
Published in News


And they can keep him

It is starting to look like the glorious WinTel alliance which once ruled the known world is back together, if you look at what has been the secret sauce behind Microsoft's new Edge Browser it turns out that it is Intel,