Microsoft stories - Page 77
Hey Samsung, leave our Apple alone
Intel, Microsoft and Oracle come to the aid of Apple after plans to ban iPhone 4 sales following Samsung fallout.
Backtracking Ballmer admits huge Surface RT mistake
Uttering the immortal line… "we built a few more devices than we could sell," Microsoft CEO admits to what everyone has been thinking.
This man wants to kill your PC...
Take a look inside the super-secret Microsoft Reliability Lab, where folks are paid to break things.
Microsoft denies Kinect-less Xbox One
Contrary to reports from the gaming world, Microsoft has been quick to quash any rumours that the Xbox one would be released as a bundle without the Kinect attachment.
5 Xbox One and PS4 features nobody is talking about...
Since rumours first started spreading like wildfire around the net about the specs of the big next gen consoles, people are overlooking specs that deserve far more recognition than they are currently receiving.
Will the Xbox One outsell PS4 3-to-1?
That’s the word according to Colin Sebastian, claiming supply chain checks show that Microsoft’s new system is gaining momentum.
PS4 more stable than other consoles
For those of us who remember the unwanted sight of the Xbox’s "red ring of death" or the Playstation 3’s "yellow light of death", the news coming out from Sony will do much to appease your fears of a repeat...
Microsoft Office comes to those who wait...
Microsoft surprised almost everyone with the release of Office Mobile for iPhone last month.
Sony set for PS4 back-track?
In an update to original information provided by Sony Europe it appears they are not the only ones to back-track on specs provided over their next gen console.
Has Microsoft been sleeping for 10 years?
Did the internet search, online advertising and smartphones all catch the software giant napping…?
Bad timing Microsoft takes aim at iPad
A whopping US$900m hit on Surface RT sales hasn't stopped Microsoft from launching an "Surface vs. iPad" advert, in what many are calling a case of severe bad timing.
Microsoft takes US$900m Surface hit
Software giant's bet on Surface RT appears to have flopped following a poor fourth quarter showing.
Gates praises "golden age" of computer science
Returning to the Redmond campus in a rare appearance, Microsoft founder and chairman Bill Gates tells audience "we live in a golden age of computer science."
State of Decay heads to NZ
Open world game finally sees the light of day in New Zealand stores, as Microsoft makes it available via the Xbox Live marketplace.
Is Xbox One petition working?
Family Sharing could be making its way back into the Xbox One landscape after chief product officer claims it is not off the cards.
Under the Surface… Watch Microsoft go
Rumours are rife that Microsoft is testing a 'translucent aluminum' Smart Watch, moving the prototype to the Surface division of the company.
Is Steve Ballmer on his last legs?
In the wake of the major reorganisation by Microsoft announced on Friday - many are asking is this the desperate moves of a man trying to save his own skin?
Microsoft slashes Surface RT pricing
Company cuts prices on tablets by as much as 30% in an attempt to boost poor sales and clear existing stock.
Passionate Ballmer rejigs Microsoft with Let’s Go cry
CEO announces changes in the senior leadership team at Redmond via an emotional internal email, promising a "One Microsoft" philosophy.
Xbox One to double GPU speed to match PS4
Rumours emanating from the US suggest that Microsoft will double the speed of the Xbox One’s GPU in order to take on Sony’s PS4.
Kiwi students impress at Microsoft Imagine Cup
Judges ask University of Auckland students how the team plan to handle its success following impressive showing.
Microsoft Office Store heads to NZ
Following strongest Office 365 quarter, Microsoft brings Office and SharePoint Store to the masses - adding 22 countries including New Zealand.
Microsoft extends Windows Phone support
Software giant issues Windows Phone U-turn, revealing the support lifecycle will be extended from 18 months to 36 months.
Could controller familiarity save the day?
For years now the controller debate has raged on, still used as the old scape goat by your mates when you beat them on your console...