Microsoft's next-generation Holographic Processing Unit (HPU) within the HoloLens will focus on machine learning.
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Microsoft won't provide Windows 10 updates such as the Creators Update to hardware that's no longer supported by its manufacturer.
Google launched both a new category of cable-free Standalone VR devices, as well as a new Visual Positioning System.
Called "Cloudbooks" by industry watchers, a leaked Microsoft document sets minimum specs for cloud-based laptops powered by Windows 10 Cloud.
Microsoft's extended support for Windows Vista runs out on April 11, and that's probably a good thing.
The second-in-command of Intel's PC chip business, Kim Stevenson, has left the company unexpectedly.
PCWorld interviews Microsoft's new AI Chief Harry Shum, who clearly has plans for newCortana and Bing: "We are infusing AI technology into all Microsoft products," he said.
Microsoft's go-slow approach to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update means the majority of PCs haven't received it yet, according to a new report.
In what appears to be a dramatic change to Microsoft's downgrade policy, a spokeswoman says that the time to revert back to an earlier version of Windows is now just 10 days.
Microsoft's updated the HoloLens development environment to acknowledge that everyday, 2D software applications are still the reality for most users. The updates support multiple 'flat' apps and improve voice controls as well.
Microsoft is scheduled (finally!) to push Windows 10 Mobile to older Windows Phone 8.1 devices as early as tomorrow, if a new report is to be believed.
Microsoft launches the new Lumia 650 as a business phone for the European market, but without one of its most noteworthy productivity features, the Display Dock.
We go hands on with Microsoft's "ultimate notebook," the Surface Book. The incredible specs make up for a bit of awkwardness in how it all fits together.
October 6 will mark Microsoft's most important hardware launch in a year. Rumors are swirling about a new Surface Pro 4, at least two new Lumia smartphones, and even a new Microsoft Band. Here's what we expect to see on Tuesday.
We may as well refer to Windows 10 as a date, or an hour, as much as an operating system. It's a moment in time. A month from now, it will have changed, evolved, improved. But right now? Microsoft has shipped an operating system that was meticulously planned and executed with panache, but whose coat of fresh paint hides some sticks and baling wire.