06/24/2013, The Xbox One wired headset has been announced.
06/24/2013, Microsoft could be bringing Xbox and desktop PC games to the iOS and Android ecosystems.
06/24/2013, Bing announced today that later this year it will be starting a new program called Bing for Schools. Under this program, schools in the U.S. will be able to tailor the experience for K-12 students as Bing will offer them ad and adult content free results
06/24/2013, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will reportedly share his restructuring plans with top executives on July 1st, Windows and Windows Phone divisions are likely to be merged.
06/24/2013, Microsoft is announcing it will be offering a specialized version of Bing for students to help make researching easier.
06/23/2013, Internet Explorer 11 could come with a Click To Call feature.
06/21/2013, Pre-orders of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have broken records for Amazon Video Games.
06/21/2013, When Microsoft officially backtracked on their policies for the Xbox One, many gamers were thrilled by it. At the same time, there are gamers who probably did not see what the big deal was to begin with, and unsurprisingly it seems that at least one Xbox...
06/21/2013, A couple of days ago, Microsoft made the decision to revert on their policies regarding the always-on connection and DRM policies of its next-gen console, the Xbox One. Many gamers were thrilled by this piece of news, with many taking to the internet...
06/20/2013, Microsoft was apparently working on an Amazon like online marketplace, but in the end it thought better and dropped those plans. Microsoft wants to build a better online shopping experience for which it is finding new ways.
06/20/2013, Windows RT will reportedly suffer a fate similar to webOS, because according to its upstream supply sources many brand vendors have stopped developing products based on this platform.
06/20/2013, Microsoft may have backtracked on some features of the Xbox One, but it won't be dropping its price or Kinect any time soon.
06/20/2013, So it was only yesterday that Microsoft officially rescinded their used games policy and always-on internet connection, possibly putting themselves back in the competition against Sony’s PS4, and at the same time winning back fans and customers who...
06/19/2013, Microsoft offers money for developers to find weak chinks in their Windows 8.1 armor.