The most prolific cash cows.
Verdict: Don’t want it, don’t need it.
Always-on gaming could ruin Microsoft’s only remaining successful venture.
Get over your insecurity.
It’s simple: an ecosystem.
It’ll need a big price cut to avoid flopping.
New Windows 8 phones are hitting shelves and some analysts say they could even surpass iPhones by 2016.
Infographic: These five smartphones will be key players in the next battle for consumers’ pockets.
Electronics makers are taking inspiration from the mobile-phone business: offer cheap gadgets to lock customers into contracts.
If whatever Nokia unveils this week isn’t a big hit, it’ll be hard for the company to continue in its current form.
But it’s now another browser taking the biggest beating: Firefox.
Microsoft’s PR likes talking trash on Twitter. Hopefully he can take criticism in return.
The Surface is a smart iPad alternative, and marks a turning point for Microsoft.
Already No. 1 in India, Russia and Brazil, Chrome became the top browser by global market share in May.
While the day may yet come, as IE’s share has indeed slipped from previous heights, a recent report putting Chrome in the lead appears flawed.
Microsoft rarely builds the hardware its products run on, but the Surface will be company-made end to end.