The Microsoft HoloLens is just one step away from being truly awesome

The Microsoft HoloLens is just one step away from being truly awesome

At the Microsoft Build developer conference, we got a chance to try out the unreleased HoloLens, a Windows 10-running mixed reality headset powered by the Windows Holographic computing platform. Is it as good as some claimed it to be? We tell you.
Microsoft is wooing Android and iOS developers with great tools, but would they reciprocate?

Microsoft is wooing Android and iOS developers with great tools, but would they reciprocate?

At the Microsoft Build developer conference, Microsoft announces something called Universal Windows Platform Bridges, toolkits that enable even Android and iOS developers to bring their apps to the Windows Store without tweaking them too much. I wonder how many would do it.
Microsoft Edge is good, but would scarred ex-IE users return?

Microsoft Edge is good, but would scarred ex-IE users return?

I'll admit it: Microsoft Edge (formerly known as Project Spartan) looks good, and it's getting better every day. But as a former Internet Explorer user who is now juggling between Chrome, Firefox, and Safari for both work and play, I wonder if I've the capacity to handle another browser.
A Closer Look at Internet Explorer 11

A Closer Look at Internet Explorer 11

With Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft wants to provide the best Web experience across different Windows devices and screen sizes. Superior touch performance, battery efficiency, and fast page load times are some of its key features. Let's take a closer look.
First Looks: Windows 8.1 Preview

First Looks: Windows 8.1 Preview

Smart search, rich multi-tasking, powerful and harmonious Start screen, perfect for small size tablets, and SkyDrive-powered throughout - these are some examples of how Microsoft describes Windows 8.1. We check out the just announced public preview to see what's in store for you and me.