The FrankenOS strikes again
Report claims incoming devices will be priced at $400
It has repercussions beyond itself
Testing... testing... why didn't Microsoft do more testing?
Gives ARM a shot in the... well, you know
Frustrating freezes finally fixed
All that's missing is a beepy rendition of Axel F
Say hello to their lil friend
Now you can add 'schizophrenia' to the bug list in Windows 10
The first bit of Build love is a huge payout for using the Windows Store
Or Chrome is borking Windows, depending on your point of view
But you get the feeling they'd still rather you went for 365
Microsoft has been asked to stop data collection within 15 days
'Multi-milion pound' deal will help NHS Digital respond to attacks
Long-awaited Spring Update will be available as a free download
11th hour Microsoft promise is kept
Firm's profits soared 35 per cent to $7.4bn during the three-month period
Eric Lundgren tried to tackle computer waste by breaking Windows copyright and licences
But there is a new 'Skip Ahead' build...
Firm claims it's the smallest 15.6in 2-in-1 in the world
But then again....
Delayed version is on bland. Sorry, brand
The first part of Office has gone exclusively UWP
Basically, it didn't work. So that's cleared that up
Attackers are using unpatched servers to mine Electroneum
The PC isn't dead, it's just resting
Majority fix vulns in browsers and browser-related technologies
Springs's forward falls back
As updates go, it's a bit meh
It's a techie dose of nostalgia
A warning to move with the tech times
It can't be an advert, because Microsoft would never do that...
But is it enough?
The Studio x360 G5 also features the 'world's brightest' 4K screen
The future is tab shaped
And graphics get an upgrade in the form of Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1050Ti
Linux and Honolulu FTW
Firm has learned nothing about anti-competitive strong-arming
Firm urges Samba 4 users to update ASAP
Sigh. Seems the naming department is on annual leave again
Second-gen smart displays will likely be unveiled at Build in May
Nanny State Redmond is back
Microsoft's always-on AI assistant is a security risk, claim researchers
Which raises more questions than it answers
We get down to the nitty gritty with Dell's latest compact XPS machine
Coming to a Visual Studio near you
But it may be the buyers that need educating...
Even Microsoft's mild threats can't persuade users to upgrade