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Microsoft has confirmed that many of its Windows Embedded SKUs that are based on Windows XP will continued to be supported beyond the April 8th cut off date for XP itself.
Microsoft has announced it has officially launched Windows Server 2012 R2 for Embedded Systems, with a number of improvements such as better virtualization capabilities and more.
Microsoft has announced that volume licensing is now available for Windows Embedded 8 and that enterprise users can now access the software and update their own hardware.
Microsoft has confirmed that it will be launching a major update for its Windows Embedded 8 OS this year as part of its overall software plans which are covered under the "Blue" code name.
Microsoft is using this week's National Retail Federation trade show in New York City to promote its various Windows Embedded operating systems for use by businesses.
Google might have a driverless car, but Microsoft's got a driverless cloud connected gaming powerhouse, a number crunching workhorse, and a jukebox, and it folds to boot - that's the concept, at least
Microsoft has announced that it is continuing to support and develop its plan for creating intelligent systems for devices that run, among other things, the Windows Embedded OS.
Microsoft has just taken the wrapping paper off of one of its newest websites, windowsembedded.com. The new site was launched today at 10AM PST and is a new effort to help those who use the software...