Nokia's had a tough go of it the last few years, losing tons of market share in both the high end (to Apple and Google) and the low end (to Chinese manufacturers). Now, they're giving up on running their own mobile OS and are going to start selling Windows phones.
Microsoft's Bing search engine is the first serious competitor to Google in over a decade, but now Google says that Bing is copying its own search results, and that the company has run tests that prove it.
The latest Microsoft Kinect hack involves a Japanese superhero, laser eyebeams, and a peek at how awesome becoming a virtual superhuman can be.
Surface, the ultimate multi-touch table, is one of the most incredibly cool projects that Microsoft has been working on for the last few years, and they've just introduced a brand new version that's not only significantly slimmer, it's smarter too.
Is it possible we will be seeing even better Kinect games and more importantly more comprehensive hacks in the future? A reports suggests that Microsoft is working on a new firmware update that could quadruple Kinect's accuracy.
What do you get when you add a keyboard to a tablet? Some might say you just get a laptop, but apparently that's not going to stop Microsoft from doing it anyway.
With Google and Apple already battling it out for ownership of your computer-enhanced living room TV, Microsoft is feeling a bit left behind. But not for long, if their rumored Xbox 360 plans are accurate.
There's just no good way to simulate a real keyboard with a touchscreen, no matter what Acer wants us to think. Microsoft is working on a new technology that can turn touchscreens into shape-shifting keyboards with keys you can actually feel.
While tech pundits are crowing about the decline of Microsoft, the fact is that the company's new Kinect game controller has actually inspired gamers to create innovations on top of their platform like the Kinect Lightsaber.
It's always interesting to hear what new technologies are offered to what companies, and how things shake out. The iPhone, for instance, was initially turned down by Verizon before it went to AT&T. Turns out Apple could have stolen a key technology away from Microsoft's gaming division: the Kinect.