Windows 10 is a key part of Microsoft's plan to be more of an Internet of things player. The catch is that few people see Microsoft putting the pieces together.
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Windows 9 will be important---if only to put Windows 8 to bed---but could be the last of Microsoft's big bang OS releases if CEO Satya Nadella's cloud-centric plan works out well.
Microsoft has a new CEO at the helm and many are giving him advice on how to run the huge company. I'm not going to do that, but it is time to be clear about Windows RT.
Amazon Web Services and its buddy Eucalyptus, Microsoft Windows Azure, Apache CloudStack and OpenStack are all racing to be stack of software organizations will use to build their Cloud-based workloads. Mirantis' CEO, Adrian Ionel, believes OpenStack has all of the earmarks of the winner. Do you agree?
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer recieved 76 percent of the total incentive award for which he was eligible in fiscal 2013. Issues plaguing the Windows division were to blame.
As the company reiterates it has no plans to pull out of North America, its chief executive reveals more budget devices are on the way.
The Finnish phone maker isn't bailing on Microsoft any time soon. It's Windows Phone to the bitter end, even if shareholders and investors hate the idea — which they do.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins says the company could not have appealed to the "crazy multitaskers" it wants to target if it had moved to Android or Windows Phone.
"If you extrapolate it forward by a few years, it's hard to imagine how Win RT can't possibly, won't possibly be a wonderful PC," says Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang. Do you agree?
Acer CEO says Windows 8 didn't ignite PC market growth so it's not successful. Perhaps the PC market has changed permanently and it's a strategic error to bet on Windows home runs going forward.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop says the company is moving faster. It needs to go fast enough to build out its Windows Phone 8 portfolio in the first half of 2013.
Could Nokia’s partnership with China’s largest mobile operator prove Nokia CEO Stephen Elop was right when he said carriers, fearful of Apple’s dominance, would kickstart Windows Phone?
Microsoft's CEO says that Windows Phone 8 will become a strong third player in the smartphone marketplace.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop told analysts on Thursday that the Windows Phone ecosystem, and its own device hopes, will improve as mobile operators' concerns grow over a two operating system world - and if Microsoft decides to make an own-brand phone.
A day after its CEO was accused of calling Windows 8 unfinished and still buggy, Microsoft partner Intel releases a carefully worded statement that fails to deny the original report.
Intel's CEO allegedly has said he considers Windows 8 to have been deemed finished before it should have been. Do you?
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins calling Microsoft's Windows Phone strategy confusing is a pot calling kettle black moment.
At Qualcomm's developer conference, CEO Paul Jacobs said tablets with its Snapdragon processor will be available when Windows RT launches.But will many hardware makers rush to challenge low-priced Android tablets, Apple's iPad and Microsoft's own Surface?
Redmond clever to provision Windows for ARM-based tablet devices as it is more likely to succeed than Windows 8 on x86-based mobile devices, CEO reckons.
Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT&T Mobility, sees a possible Windows 8-Windows Phone juggernaut.
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