In a post-Build interview, the CEO was bullish on Continuum and discussed Microsoft's way forward with Cortana, asserting AI will pervade all points of computing and mobility, including cars.
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We were given the opportunity to sit down with Wire CEO, Jonathan Christensen and discuss the reasoning behind Wire's existence, and how it looks to shape the future of online communications.
We talk with Ben Rudolph and get an inside look at one of the Microsoft events designed to give retail professionals and fans hands-on time with their new products before their release.
Steve Ballmer, in a wide-ranging interview said that it is only Microsoft which is going after the Mac and the iPad. He further noted that no other company is even trying.
In a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal, the newly minted Microsoft CEO shows us his more relaxed side, with a session of quick fire questions and his love for Cortana's wit.
Since launching in 2013, KAZAM has grown to offer a wide range of Windows and Android devices. We spoke with chief marketing officer James Atkins about the secret of its success, and what lies ahead.
Friend of Neowin and owner of Stardock has announced Start10, a Start menu replacement for Windows 10 and we had a chance to chat with Wardell about the app and how it enhances Windows 10.
Yesterday, Microsoft's CEO sat down for a quick interview with ABC News and he answered quite a few questions about himself; he also reiterated that Windows Phone is here to stay.
This morning Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, explained his thoughts on the Cloud, Windows 10, and women's rights in the workplace, in a series of wide-ranging interviews on TV.
Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, took to the stage at the Grace Hooper Celebration keynote and was interviewed; during that time, he talked about how he thought he bombed his interview at Microsoft.
Although Evan Blass aka @evleaks has called it quits, BBC was able to have a sit-down with the man himself to discuss his life and his profession for the past two years.
Neowin got a chance to chat with David J. Cord, the author of the new book The Decline and Fall of Nokia, which claims that Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy was the company's first choice for CEO.
Neowin got in touch with VideoLAN's President Jean-Baptiste Kempf to ask some questions via email about the just released VLC app for Windows 8 and the team's plans for the future.
The first Microsoft Ventures accelerator in the UK concluded at the end of last year, boosting five eager start-ups. We talk to Whispering Gibbon to learn about their experience while on the program.
Supersolid is a mobile games studio based in London, UK, comprising of highly experienced mobile and social games veterans with backgrounds in EA, Playfish, Glu and Macrospace.
Satya Nadella now has the corner office on the Redmond campus and to help introduce him to the world he has conducted his first interview as CEO and we have it posted after the jump.
We chat with the CEO of ORIGIN PC as he talks about the PC maker's recently revealed MILLENNIUM and GENESIS cases which will allow motherboards to be placed inside in four different ways.
The CEOs of ORIGIN PC and Falcon Northwest talk to Neowin about their plans to launch Steam Machine PCs that will have Valve's SteamOS installed and why they think it will be good for PC gamers.
We get more information from Richard Wygand, the man who made the popular YouTube video where he claims Samsung tried to silence him about an exploded Galaxy S4 smartphone.
We briefly chat with the Collateral Damage Studios team as they talk about their Internet Explorer anime mascot Aizawa that was recently turned into a short film by Microsoft.
We chat with Mathieu Dubuc, the marketing manager of IdeaPress that has created a way to turn WordPress blogs into apps made for Windows 8, Windows Phone and other mobile operating systems.
We chat with Microsoft's Brian Harry, the Technical Fellow in charge of Visual Studio Team Foundation Server, about the launch of Visual Studio 2013 and the reveal of Visual Studio Online.
Neowin got a chance to ask a few questions with David Carmona Salas, the Director of Product Marketing for Microsoft Visual Studio, about Visual Studio 2013 and using it to make apps for Windows 8.1.
We chat with Jeff Higashi of the Art Center of College and Design as he talks about the recent DesignStorm session that was organized by Microsoft to create blade concepts for its Surface tablets.
Stardock CEO Brad Wardell gives Neowin the first word about their upcoming and newest application for Windows 8,1, called Launch8, and we also discuss some other related topics.
We chat again with Ivo Beltchev, the main developer behind the free program Classic Shell, which has recently been updated to version 4.0 with a new "Windows 7" style of Start menu.
We chat with Neowin community member Daan Lenaerts who has recently created an unofficial Neowin app for Windows 8 that's now available to download in the Windows Store.
Neowin chats with James Forshaw, the first person to be awarded $100,000 by Microsoft in their current bounty program designed to find Windows 8.1 mitigation bypass exploits.
Microsoft will also give a free digital copy of EA's soccer game FIFA 14 with all Australian and New Zealand pre-orders of its Xbox One game console, as they previously announced for Europe.
We ask Neil Papworth, the man who sent the world's first text message, how he thinks texting has changed things, the social effects of SMS and where he sees the future of the technology.
We chat with Ivo Beltchev, the main developer behind the free Windows 7/8 program Classic Shell, which has seen a massive amount of new downloads since the launch of Windows 8.
Scientists at the world's most advanced physics laboratory, CERN, have embarked on a project that seeks to preserve the original hardware and software used to give birth to the World Wide Web.
We chat again with Roman Karachinsky, the CEO of News360, as we get an update about the newsreader app company, their impressions of Windows 8 now that it has been launched and more.
Rick Rashid, Microsoft's chief research officer, has given an interview with The Verge where he states that a Microsoft smartwatch is a "possibility," but the market may not be there.
Eric Schmidt, Google's executive chairman, has come out in support of Google's tax avoidance practises in an interview with the BBC. In 2011, Google made £395m in the U.K and paid just £6m in tax.
Neowin sat down with Alan Schaaf, CEO and Founder of Imgur, to talk about a wide range of subjects such as where he got the idea for Imgur from, how Imgur is doing and where it's going in the future.
Ed Graczyk of Ceton Corporation talks to us about their successful My Media Center media streaming app for Windows 8, along with his thoughts on Windows 8.1 and more.
We got Heidi Kayser of InFocus to talk to us about their lineup of large touchscreen monitors, including the Windows 8-based BigTouch 55-inch PC and the new version of the Mondopad.
We chat with Microsoft's Ryan Chaply on the recently launched Age of Empires II HD, a graphically revamped version of the classic RTS game and its expansion pack on Steam.
Kevin Foreman, Director of Product Development for Vectorform, answers our questions about the popular Toolbox app for Windows 8 that allows for running multiple apps at once.
DuckDuckGo is a small startup search engine which offers fair and unrecorded results to anyone. Neowin has interviewed Gabriel Weinberg, the founder and CEO of DuckDuckGo, on Google, Bing and more.
In an interview on Thursday, Google's Eric Schmidt is revealed to use a BlackBerry smartphone, and disapprove of the Nexus 7's form factor. Is he losing touch or is his openness an asset?
We chat with Aaron Stannard. the founder and CEO of the Windows 8 app analytics company MarkedUp about the trends in Windows 8 apps and how Microsoft could get more developers making Modern apps.
We asks some questions of Thomas Woo of Three Screen Studios, a new development company that has released a new and impressive Windows 8 third party Facebook app, Metro Social.
Stardock CEO Brad Wardell talks more about ModernMix, the newly launched software for Windows 8 that lets users resize the operating system's Modern apps and run them on the desktop.
Following the launch of the Lumia 720 and 520, Andy Weir interviews Nokia's man in charge of promoting these devices globally, discussing marketing, carrier exclusivity, giant screens... and Snake.
Tomorrow, I'll be interviewing Nokia's global head of smartphone marketing, Vesa Jutila, the man who's responsible for promoting Lumias around the world. What would you like me to ask him?
In an interview given to MIT's Technology Review, Microsoft's CEO, Steve Ballmer talks about his company and their plans with the Surface Pro Tablet and the vision with Windows 8.
We have a brief chat with David Haddad, who has created a new Windows 8 app with a number of features and with a user interface that's designed to look like Star Trek's LCARS UI.
We chat with Jacob Korsgaard, the creator of the very popular Windows 8 Pin Stream app that lets people launch their Steam games via the Windows 8 Start screen.