With Windows 10, everyone gets along. There are still separate desktop and tablet modes, but you largely stick with one or the other depending on whether you have a keyboard.
Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system debuts Wednesday, as the longtime leader in PC software struggles to carve out a new role in a world where people increasingly rely on smartphones, tablets and information stored online.
Microsoft will launch Windows 10 on July 29. The upgraded operating system will allow users to switch seamlessly between personal computers, tablets, smartphones and other gadgets.
Microsoft will cut 7,800 jobs and take a $7.6 billion impairment charge as it attempts to revive its flagging phone hardware business.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is shuffling his top management team, announcing the departure of former Nokia boss Stephen Elop and three other top executives.
The University of Washington says it has received a gift of $10 million from Microsoft Corp. toward building a new computer science and engineering building.
There's still no agreement on a state operating budget and time is running out for lawmakers to avoid a government shutdown.
Microsoft will roll out the latest version of its Windows operating system at the end of July.
Microsoft is changing its business. The question is whether it's changing fast enough.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates are launching a fund to help low- and middle-income countries fight often long and expensive legal battles with the tobacco industry.
Microsoft wants to put its next-generation operating system, Windows 10, inside robots, TVs, ATMs, toasters and more, according to media reports.
Microsoft shares plunged 10 percent Tuesday after the software giant reported quarterly revenue that beat expectations but warned that a weak PC market and a strong dollar will curb growth this year.
Microsoft on Wednesday took the wraps off a new version of Windows - and a new wearable 3D gadget it calls the HoloLens.
A group led by Apple and Microsoft has sold about 4,000 technology patents to patent management company RPX Corp. for $900 million.
Microsoft shareholders have approved an $84 million pay package for new CEO Satya Nadella, despite concerns raised by an investor advisory group.