[wpaudio url=”https://media.shellypalmer.com/wp-content/images/usrn/121011_SHELLYPALMER_GEN_BED.mp3″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] After years of mostly minor changes in the way they operate, Microsoft is about to rock the boat big time beginning later this month. They’re releasing Windows 8, a brand new OS with a steep learning curve. They’re continuing their mobile push with the launch of the Continue Reading →
Lenovo
Microsoft’s Surface tablet has been a contentious subject for many PC makers, but don’t count Lenovo as one of them. “Surface is a tablet, but it’s purely a tablet. Our products are very distinguishable, so I don’t see that there’s any conflict there at all,” Lenovo product president Peter Hortensius told VentureBeat during the launch Continue Reading →
ASUS
With Windows 8 scheduled to launch on October 26, we’ve still received almost no official confirmation of what devices running Microsoft’s new operating system will cost. But leaked information published today by ZDNet reveals that a trio of Asus touch-screen devices will cost anywhere from $599 to $1,299. Microsoft hasn’t yet revealed pricing for its Continue Reading →
Microsoft Surface
Microsoft hasn’t been very forthcoming about what it plans to charge customers for its soon-to-be-released Surface tablet, but CEO Steve Ballmer told the Seattle Times that the device will be priced more to compete with Apple’s iPad than with low-cost tablets such as the Kindle Fire HD or the Google Nexus 7. Specifically, Ballmer said Continue Reading →
Steve Ballmer
This fall, Microsoft is embarking on one of its biggest series of launches ever, with new versions or updates of nearly all its products and services, from Windows to Windows Phone, Office to Windows Server. On top of that, the company is debuting its first branded computing devices: the Surface tablets. Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Continue Reading →