Windows unit president Steven Sinofsky is leaving Microsoft, effective immediately. The surprise announcement came just weeks after the launch of the Windows 8 operating system, and is reportedly due to growing tension between Sinofsky and other executives, reports AllThingsD .
Windows 8 is likely to face slow adoption in the enterprise, says a new Computerworld report. This prediction was made despite Microsoft touting Windows 8 as radically different from earlier versions of the Windows operating system.
Microsoft is edging closer to emulating its epic rival Apple, according to CEO Steve Ballmer. The Redmond, Wash., software behemoth is moving further into the hardware and Internet-based services niches, Ballmer told shareholders in his annual letter to them, reports Bill Rigby at Reuters .
If you aren't already testing Windows 8, you should be.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer addressed 700 high-tech executives at a meeting of the Northern Virginia Technology Council.
Microsoft ( NASDAQ: MSFT ) CEO Steve Ballmer offered the 2,000 attendees at Dell World conference a quick peek at Windows 8 and Windows Server as part of his address last Friday. While the various
Microsoft ( NASDAQ: MSFT ) previewed Windows 8 last week , giving reviewers a chance to check out the upcoming operating system's touch-screen, tiled user interface. Touch-screen is a bold departure
Microsoft ( NASDAQ: MSFT ) offered the first peek at the next version of the Windows operating system at the AllThingsD conference earlier this week. According to reports, Windows 8 borrows heavily
Microsoft ( NASDAQ: MSFT ) is gearing up to preview its "Windows operating system designed for tablet computers" in demonstrations next week, according to a new report from Bloomberg that cites three
Windows 8 will be launched in 2012, said Microsoft ( NASDAQ: MSFT ) CEO Steve Ballmer in Tokyo on Monday. Noting that the company's programmers are hard at work on the next iteration of the Windows