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Windows 7 at 18 Months

By Brandon LeBlanc

18 months ago to this day was when we launched Windows 7 and with that we’ve hit another important milestone: we are pleased to announce that Windows 7 has sold more than 350 million The momentum we’ve seen and continue… Read more

Exploring the Acer Iconia Tab W500’s Dockable Goodness

By Ben Rudolph

Life is filled with important Chocolate or vanilla? Ketchup or mustard? Heads or tails? Choice is awesome – it’s what makes life interesting & You know what’s even more awesome than choice? Not having to That’s exactly the concept behind… Read more

Staples Launches Windows 7 EasyTech Offer

By Brandon LeBlanc

Today, we are partnering with Staples for a fantastic new offer for folks considering a new PC but are concerned about leaving their old files, photos, music and movies behind on their old PC – the Windows 7 EasyTech For… Read more

Accelerating the Windows Phone Ecosystem

By Andy Lees

This year has been one of significant change for the mobile We are moving from a battle of devices to one of What is required to build and maintain a vibrant ecosystem is broad - defined by the relationship between… Read more

Windows at CES 2011

By Brandon LeBlanc

It’s been an exciting day for Windows with lots of news I did however want to take a few minutes to share with you a bit more about the rest of the Windows story and the things we will be… Read more

Hands-on with the ASUS EP121 Slate PC

By Ben Rudolph

  UPDATE:  In the opening keynote for CES 2011, Corporate Vice President Mike Angiulo announced that the ASUS EP121 Slate PC is now available for pre-order online at the Microsoft Store and !  To help you determine if the EP121… Read more

Hands on with the stunning Samsung RF510

By Ben Rudolph

Last week I got a brand new Samsung RF510, one of Samsung’s new high-end consumer Overall I’ve been impressed with the RF510, particularly its beautiful industrial The model I’m testing has an Intel Core i7-720 processor, 4GB of RAM, a… Read more