Windows 8 News
A recent blog post made headlines in the tech industry by showing Verizon’s lack of interest in selling the Microsoft Surface even though it is prominently displayed inside a protective case.
HP has made it clear that there will be no ARM Windows 8 tablets coming from the company this year.
Dell has launched ultrabooks that they claim are Windows 8 ready.
Microsoft wants to make its Windows Phone stand out in every aspect and that includes advertising as well, which the Redmond based company wants to be visually pleasing.
In a display of goodwill towards the open source community, Microsoft has made it possible for Linux to boot on Windows 8 machines that feature secure boot.
Microsoft is apparently ready to release Windows 8 to manufacturers and will do so in July.
Before the whole Windows Phone 8 and Surface tablet wave sweeps off the fact that Office 2013 is also in the pipeline, here’s a quick review of what Microsoft said about it during its TechEd show last week.
Microsoft’s latest offering in the Windows line is more secure than before, says Chris Valsek, security analyst at Coverity.
The 6th largest handset maker of the world is planning to use Windows Phone 8 for their handsets — a senior executive from Huawei confirmed this with international news agency Reuters earlier this week.