Microsoft's next OS is literally a work in progress. But some of the changes in UI are available to view, and they're lovely and productive.
Microsoft today announced that its new operating system will be called Windows 10, rather than Windows 9. It's a new generation of the Windows operating system that is being hailed by Microsoft as being adaptable to all sorts of devices, from tiny Internet of Things gadgets, to phones, laptops, right up to data centres.
It'll be delivered via a new "Windows Insider" program that will let testers discuss issues with Microsoft engineers.
OS X Yosemite is almost ready for its public debut. Apple on Tuesday released the golden master candidate of its forthcoming Mac OS, which means you can expect Yosemite to drop soon.
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Microsoft executives said Windows 10 is Microsoft's response to feedback to consumers who still weren't satisfied with Windows 8.
Glass takes off in yet another airport, letting workers translate documents and look up flight info.
Not everyone who waited in long lines outside Apple stores earlier this month was buying a new iPhone for themselves. Many of those buyers were plunking down cash and then hopping flights to China to resell the new devices. But after the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were finally cleared for sale in China a month after launching, it looks the party's over for black market sellers--though the launch will likely send Apple's revenue soaring.
The future of Microsoft's online services is here---and it's MSN. Say goodbye to Bing unless you're using Cortana or doing a search.