Microsoft is launching a fitness wearable later this year, according to Paul Thurrott of Supersite For Windows.The tech...
Jul 3 2014, 8:45am CDT
What's the Windows 9 release date and price?Update: We've gathered some brand new information on when we'll see Windows 9 and how much it might cost. Read on to learn what's up!With Windows 8 and now Windows 8.1, Microsoft tried – not entirely successfully – to make tablets part of a continuum that goes from number-crunching workstations and high-end gaming rigs through all-in-on ...
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1 day ago, 4:34pm CDT
Source: The Business Insider
When Microsoft introduced Windows 8 in 2012, it ushered in some of the biggest changes in Windows history. Windows 8 is meant to be a single software working seamlessly across traditional laptops, hybrids, and tablets. To achieve this, Microsoft axed the classic Windows start menu, added a new tiled interface, and completely changed the way users interact with Windows. But it didn't catch on quite as quickly as Microsoft had hoped. With its first major update to the ...
Full article at: The Business Insider
Jul 15 2014, 11:49am CDT
Surface Mini is referenced three times in the document.
Jun 20 2014, 9:57am CDT
Just a few short days after a report surfaced suggesting that Microsoft is planning to release a wearable smartwatch or smart band this coming October, yet another report has emerged to state that the company is indeed getting ready to go head to head with Apple's upcoming iWatch. This time, word comes from Paul Thurrott, who is often a reliable source for information surround ...
Full article at: BGR
Jul 3 2014, 8:30pm CDT
Source: Tech Radar
Speculation continues to mount that Microsoft will launch a fitness tracking wristband, rather than a smartwatch before the year is out.Corroborating reports from last weekend, the well-connected Paul Thurrott of the Winsupersite has 'confirmed' Redmond will serve up a Samsung Gear Fit-style device, with a similar price point, in Q4.Thurrott suggested the difference will merely be in the form factor, with notifications from smar ...
Full article at: Tech Radar
Jul 2 2014, 9:26pm CDT
Microsoft is planning its own entry into the wearable market, but won’t make it exclusive to Windows devices, according to a report from Paul Thurrott. The device won’t be a watch, but a simple fitness band that can sync with multiple smartphone platforms, including Windows, iOS, and Android.
The company is said to be aiming for a Q4 release with pricing similar to that of Samsung’s Galaxy Gear. No word yet on whether the hardware will work with Apple’s own He ...
Full article at: 9to5Mac
Jul 2 2014, 7:45pm CDT
Microsoft, like Google, Apple, and Samsung, has been working on its own wrist-worn device for more than a year. While early rumors suggested the device would be a smart watch with a 1.5-inch display, a new report from Windows blogger Paul Thurrott suggests that Microsoft's project is actually more of a fitness band than a smart watch. More akin to the band-style Samsung Gear Fit than the watch-style Galaxy Ge ...
Full article at: MacRumors
Jul 2 2014, 7:29pm CDT
The Microsoft Surface Mini may have skipped its widely-expected debut at the Surface Pro 3 launch event last month, but at least the elusive tablet found its way into the Pro's user manual.As discovered by Microsoft blogger Paul Thurrott, there are "Surface Mini references all over" the Surface Pro 3 user guide. Something he describes on Twitter as "hilarious."A quick look at the manual shows a section r ...
Full article at: Tech.co.uk
Jun 20 2014, 10:48am CDT
Microsoft has a real bad case of "eggs in one basket" syndrome. SuperSite's Paul Thurrott interviewed the Zune team...
Sep 2 2009, 11:45am CDT