Entries in 'windows' (35)
Over 600 Windows Stores are to be installed in Best Buys across the US and Canada.
Though we are still waiting for the appearance of OnLive’s long-awaited gaming app, the company will this Thursday release a new iPad app that brings the Windows 7 desktop to ...
Retailer Comet has pledged to fight its corner in the dispute with Microsoft over the manufacturing of 94k Windows recovery discs.
Big box retailer Comet is being taken to court by Microsoft following accusations that it has been selling illegal copies of Windows XP and Windows Vista.
Having enjoyed success on Xbox 360, Microsoft is to take Kinect to the next stage of its development with a Windows-specific version of the hardware – as well as a ...
Andy Coughlin has been announced as the new Retail Sales and Marketing Lead for all retail-sold Microsoft products throughout Australia.
Finnish mobile phone giant Nokia and Windows platform holder Microsoft have announced the formation of a strategic partnership that will see the Windows Phone 7 operating system embedded in future ...
Details of the launch plans of Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 have been revealed by the Wall Street Journal.
Microsoft will use its own internal development teams to populate the upcoming Windows Mobile games platform.
Microsoft has confirmed that it has delayed the PC version of upcoming RPG sequel Fable III on PC.
Microsoft’s Fable 3 will be released for PC as well as Xbox 360 when it goes on sale this December, the official boxart for the game seems to indicate.
More than 90m copies of Windows 7 licences have been sold, making it the fastest-selling operating system in history.
Xbox Live will be a fully integrated part of the next generation of Microsoft’s smartphone Windows OS, the platform holder has today revealed.
Microsoft is planning to ramp up its mobile gaming activities, tying Windows Mobile into its Xbox Live community.
Having bought full-game digital distribution to Xbox 360 earlier this year, Microsoft has now gone live with its games on demand service for PC platform Games for Windows Live.
Windows 7 will be the PC gaming platform of choice, Microsoft has told MCV.
Microsoft has released the newest edition of its online PC service, Games for Windows Live.
First of all it took control of the browser market. Then Google attempted to become a software provider with apps like Gmail, Google Docs and Google Maps. Next came its ...
Microsoft has confirmed that it will be launching Windows 7 on October 22nd, with the company releasing the code to manufacturers at the end of July.
Microsoft’s XP operating system and Office 2003 software suite have ended their phase of mainstream technical support, meaning that future users of the software will have to pay for it.