Age of Empires: Castle Siege, a touch-centric take on the popular real time strategy game is making the jump to iOS with iPad and iPhone apps. It's currently rolling out to Canada with more to follow.
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According to a new listing on the Microsoft Store website, Microsoft Band owners will soon have new ways to view their health and fitness data thanks to new apps for Xbox One, Windows 8, and iPad.
After nearly a year, the discontinued Windows XP still has more market share than Windows 8 and 8.1 combined - but its dwindling market share indicates that people may finally be ready to move on.
Some new info points to an LG phone running Windows and headed for Verizon. Unfortunately this isn't official just yet and the device itself seems to be destined for the low-end of the market.
Windows 8 was nearly a complete failure on every front; it cost two high-ranking executives their jobs, failed to secure Microsoft's mobile future and failed to build a truly successful app store.
Figures for Q4 2014 show that Windows devices now make up 9% of the global tablet market with over 6 million shipments, including over 2 million Surface tablets - and further growth is predicted.
With the launch of the January Technical Preview of Windows 10, users have a new way to update to the latest version of the OS: by using Windows Update. This works for Windows 8 as well as Windows 7.
Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 10 will be made available as a free upgrade for all users on Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 for its first year of availability.
Microsoft has slammed Google for publishing a security vulnerability in Windows 8.1, saying it was just days out from a fix and the disclosure was a "gotcha", instead of protecting customers.
A researcher from Google has published a security vulnerability in Windows 8.1 that is said to allow for elevated privileges, and now how to execute the flaw has been made public.
To continue our holiday celebration, this week we're giving away the HP EliteDesk 800 Deskop Mini. Entering is easy, so take a look inside and you could be the lucky winner of a new desktop!
Unleash the full capabilities of your Windows 8 Start Screen with Start Screen Unlimited! Add digital clock, Google search, power controls and numerous other gadgets directly to your start screen.
For years, Surface owners have been limited in their ability to create recovery drives without having a working device
Looking for a PC that isn't much larger than the size of your cable modem? HP has you covered with the HP EliteDesk 800 Desktop Mini. Is it worth your money? Let's find out!
Microsoft's outdated OS, Windows XP is continuing its steep decline and during the month of October it dropped roughly 4% while Windows 8 climbed steadily during the same time period.
Text files within the Xbox Music website are already showing that OneDrive locker service support will be coming very soon, allowing users cloud access to their music files from any Xbox Music device.
Microsoft has stopped the sales of Windows 7 and 8 to consumers through retail channels. Windows 7 Professional and Windows 8 will only be available through PC OEM's.
Stardock Start8 lets you return the Start Button to Windows 8. Microsoft Windows 8 is shipped without the “Start” menu. Start8 brings back Windows 7-style Start menu with Windows 8 enhancements.
In an effort to focus solely on paid subscription services, Microsoft has announced that it will be ending the ad-supported Xbox Music service in December, leaving no free option for streaming.
In a new interview with Tony Prophet, Microsoft corporate vice president of Windows Marketing, he talks about why Microsoft dropped the Windows 9 branding and more about Windows 10.
It has been revealed that Microsoft will be doing away with major OS releases and going to push new features through incremental updates from time to time starting with Windows 10.
In this weeks games review round up we have our early impressions of Alien: Isolation on the Xbox One and PC reviews of Sherlock Holmes - Crimes and Punishments and The Vanishing of Ethan Carter.
Third-party software doing a wildcard search for Windows 9* installations might be the reason why Microsoft skipped over the name altogether, according to a redditor claiming to work for Microsoft
It's unexpected, but Microsoft's latest operating system saw a slump in market share for August; Windows 8 and 8.1 both lost points for the month, while Windows 7 and XP continued to dominate.
The first preview of Microsoft's Windows 10 came out today, and just in case you're not into installing preview software we have a mega gallery of screenshots so you can see what all the fuss is about
Microsoft focused on how Windows 10 will work on computers yesterday, but the most interesting part of its presentation was a simple image it showed but didn't discuss much.
At today's Windows 10 launch, Joe Belfiore demonstrated how Microsoft has re-evaluated its approach to touch on the OS, and admitted that the company "didn't get it quite right" on Windows 8.
Now that Microsoft has officially unveiled Windows 10, we want to know your thoughts. Did you love it? Hate it? Vote in our poll and leave comments with your impressions of the new operating system.
While today's Windows event was mainly focused on the desktop we still got to see a few tidbits regarding the future of touch on devices running Windows.
Microsoft has published a video showcasing Joe Belfiore guiding users through what they can expect from the Windows 10 preview when it's officially released tomorrow.
Microsoft held its Windows event today in San Francisco and the company will be releasing a technical preview for download for those of you who want to try out the next generation OS ahead of release.
It's Microsoft's big day and they're unveiling the next version of Windows. We're also learning how Windows 10 will fit in with the ecosystem as a whole, with a unified app store across all devices.
Microsoft has revealed that that the next version of its OS - known widely until now by its development codename, 'Threshold' - will not be called Windows 9, but Windows 10. Seriously.
HP has announced its new inexpensive laptops and tablets running Windows 8.1, with prices beginning at $200 and $100, respectively, to combat cheap Chromebooks and Android tablets.
Microsoft will unveil its next version of Windows tomorrow, but it won't be revealing the next version of Windows for mobile devices just yet, as tomorrow's event is focused on the enterprise.
As Microsoft gears up to talk about the next release of Windows, the company is putting feedback at the heart of the conversation and is looking to deploy a near real-time telemetry system.
Later this week, Microsoft will start to talk about the next major installment of its operating system but we have a few last minute bits of information to share before Microsoft goes public
Another bit of information has surfaced that says Windows 9 will be free for those who are upgrading from Windows 8, which aligns to previous rumors about the cost for upgrading.
Thanks to a mistake by Microsoft, we have gotten an early look at the staging ground for the upcoming technical preview and for those curious, the .iso will weigh in at around 4 GB.
Thanks to a website that went up a bit early, Microsoft's pitch to the enterprise about why they should go fwith Windows 9 is starting to come into focus ahead of the company's official announcement
Microsoft will be launching an insiders program for the next preview program of the upcoming release of Windows that will give users access to preview builds and allow you to provide feedback.
On Tuesday of the upcoming week, Microsoft will start to pull back the covers on its upcoming operating system and at the same time, the company is expected to give the product its new name.
Better late than never, Microsoft's Windows Phone platform picks up the important news aggregate app Flipboard and is now available for download.
Microsoft is building Cortana in to Windows 9 and the thinking behind this move is profound, as the company hopes to use the digital assistant to nudge more users towards its mobile platform.
The head of Microsoft France, Alain Crozier, has said that Windows 9 will be coming in the next few days; this appears to be the first time that a senior MS figure has used the 'Windows 9' publicly.
Microsoft picks up Amazon's payments product leader to join its own commerce platform. Could the company be looking to create a true competitor to Apple Pay and Google Wallet?
New information has come to light that confirms that the Technical Preview will not be released to the public on the same day as the event in San Francisco, which takes place on Sep 30.
From Windows 9 leaks and the first 'Windows phone', to microwaved iPhones and sabotaged washing machines, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news on Neowin.
In the next major update to Windows, it looks like Microsoft will improve scaling for those of you who have high resolution monitors or have purchased a Surface Pro 3.
In the next iteration of Windows, the new Start menu will sync its color to the desktop wallpaper that you are using and new images highlight this feature thanks to a new leak.