Popular Microsoft Articles for 2012
The Microsoft Surface is something not available before: a tablet that's a shrunk-down laptop rather than a blown-up smartphone. Learn more in our full review.
Microsoft Office 2013 arrives months before its companion, Windows 8. While it's obvious Microsoft designed the new Office apps around Metro and the latest OS, it also added new features[...]
Microsoft already released a mobile version OneNote, its popular notes app, for iOS. Now it's also available for Android. The iOS version certainly had its limits, is the Android version[...]
In Microsoft's uphill battle against Apple iPad, will Windows 8 garner enough tablets from hardware makers, apps from software developers, and interest from consumers? Here are some insights from analysts[...]
The Apple iPad dominates the tablet market, but Microsoft is diving in head first with their new Windows 8 Surface tablets regardless. The two tablets target different user types, and[...]
Windows 8 is coming soon to a tablet PC near you, heralded by the unveiling of the Microsoft Surface tablet. For many, its arrival is predicting some major changes to[...]
Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system is finally available! TechnologyGuide Chief Editor Jamison Cush provides a look at some of the key features.
When will Microsoft release an Office app for iPads and Android tablets? As some analysts see it, editions for Windows 8 and RT will come first, regardless of Google's new[...]
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took the stage in LA to unveil new hardware under the Microsoft Surface brand, which includes both ARM and Intel Windows 8 tablets.
Microsoft has shed some light about when and how Office 2013 will become available for RT devices, as well as some of the differences between the RT and x86/x64 versions.
On Windows 8 launch day this much is clear, Microsoft will have us all believe there is no difference between Windows RT and Windows 8. Both are the next-generation Windows[...]
With the countdown on for Windows RT tablets, and a lot of details still on the way, what's known at this point about Microsoft's OS, and what's hanging in the[...]
Microsoft recycles the Surface brand name in its own tablet, but says it's not competing with its OEM partners. Really? Either the Surface tablets are reference designs for partners, or[...]
What has Microsoft done to Windows 8 since the February Consumer Preview release? Quite a bit, making it a much more complete operating system. But, the Release Preview is still[...]
Microsoft recently introduced Windows 8 and Windows RT, two new versions of its iconic operating system designed to run on devices with touchscreens. There are quite a few models[...]
Using the IFA stage in Berlin as an ideal platform to announce a slew of new products, Samsung has just took the wraps off the Series 5 and Series 7[...]
The Microsoft Surface tablet has drawn huge amounts of attention, but those who are interested in buying one will only be able to get one at a Microsoft store.
What will turn up in Microsoft's first app store, and how are those beta apps now coming along? TabletPCReview picked up some hints at CES in a variety of places,[...]
The version of the Microsoft Surface tablet running Windows RT will soon be joined by one with Windows 8 Pro. Microsoft has just revealed the prices for this model.
OnLive Desktop brings virtualized versions of Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint to the Apple iPad, and it's available for free in the App Store! Now, for $4.99 a month, users[...]