Microsoft is hosting an online AMA ('Ask Microsoft Anything') event later this week, offering the "opportunity to connect with members of the Windows product and engineering teams".
Bill Gates recently took to reddit to hold an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session. He answered questions regarding tech advancements, the effect of social media on ideologies, as well as cheeseburgers.
Eve has revealed more details about its coming Windows 10 2-in-1 Pyramid Flipper device - dubbed by many as the "Surface-killer" - including information about pricing and availability.
Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is currently doing an Ask Me Anything question and answer session on Reddit, his fourth such AMA.
Earlier today, Microsoft took to Reddit to answer questions about the upcoming Surface 3 and after the jump we have compiled the highlights of the community interview
The development team behind Internet Explorer took to Reddit today to talk about the browser and one of the questions that was asked was whether or not Microsoft had ever considered rebranding it.
Microsoft's Surface team, including leader Panos Panay, will be holding their latest AMA session on Reddit at 1 pm Eastern time today and we will be watching if any interesting tidbits are revealed.
Microsoft's Windows Phone head Joe Belfiore will be answering questions in a Reddit "Ask Me Anything" session on Friday, May 2, at noon Eastern time (9 a.m. Pacific).
Microsoft reveals some more tidbits of information about their new Surface tablets as part of their Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) event that followed the press event in New York City.
Today's AMA session with team members from Microsoft's SkyDrive team offered some information on how SkyDrive handles storing of images depicting nudity, hints on a file size limit change and more.
Bill Gates took to Reddit today and we know that digging through Reddit's comments can be a bit of a chore, so we compiled all of his answers in an easy to read format.
Bill Gates is holding his first ever Reddit AMA session today, but an animated version of Gates has already answered a few questions ahead of time in a new video.