Windows 8 News
Microsoft reported a 22 percent decline in fiscal Q1 2012, October 1-December 31, 2012, due to less purchases as part of Windows 8 anticipation.
Xbox Live’s Major Nelson confirmed Smartglass, the external app for Xbox 360 and Microsoft’s products, releases alongside Windows 8.
After considerable speculation, Microsoft today confirmed pricing for its well received tablet-laptop hybrid Surface.
Logitech announced in a blog post Logitech Bluetooth illuminated Keyboard K810, designed for multiple Windows 8 and non-Windows 8 devices.
Windows 8 is almost here for the public after months of waiting, criticism, and praise.
Kotaku confirmed with a Microsoft employee its Windows Store for Windows 8 won’t allow over-16 software, including video games.
Microsoft Points are no longer the exclusive form of payment for buying Microsoft products. Windows 8 will not use them – at all.
Apparently some Amazon employees messed up the descriptions. The Windows 8 N edition does not include the Media Player
We want to know whether or not you like the Windows 8 box art
Microsoft finally allowed retailers to take your pre-orders for Windows 8 Pro and various other editions
Lenovo unveiled the Ideapad Yoga 11 and 13, as well as the Ideapad Lynx Tablet and a business device called Thinkpad Twist
Following HTC’s announcement of its 8S and 8X devices, Nokia has criticized the company on Twitter and insists its devices remain the most innovative.
Windows 8 PCs are now available to buy from retailers, though the problem is the machines aren’t available to use until after Windows 8 launches.
Nokia’s flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphones finally have a release date for the U.S.: November. The devices are exclusive to AT&T, featuring the new cyan color that’s apparently in demand.
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