Microsoft threw us all a bit of a curveball today, announcing Windows 10 rather than the assumed Windows 9 moniker. There doesn’t seem to be a reason for this naming scheme, either. Since we’re playing toss with Redmond, here are nine things you need to know about Windows… 10.
The Windows 10 story is still being written, but today’s event provided quite a bit of subtle detail for us. If you’re anxious to give it a shot, there’s good news. Starting tomorrow, you may be able to get early access to Windows 10 — if you’re ready for it.
At an event for Windows today, Microsoft is announcing a new Windows iteration for the world. though Windows 9 would have been the natural name iteration, it’s not. Called Windows 10, it’s the OS Microsoft says will run “on the broadest types of devices ever”.
More often than not, if you wanted a cheap tablet, you're practically confined to choosing from among the myriad of budget Android options out there, which actually includes HP. But what if you wanted or even needed a full Windows 8 experience on the cheap? Now you have an option with HP's new Stream 7 and Stream 8 tablets.
This week Microsoft will be detailing the release of their next big operating system update: Windows 9. Before we get there though, we’ll see a Technical Preview. This Technical Preview will be split in two, one for Enterprise, the other for the general public.
This afternoon the development teams at Bethesda and Tango Gameworks have let loose massive amounts of detail in and around their next game "The Evil Within." This game will be a horror game, if you did not know, complete with Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, and Strong Language.
Supposing you’re one of the thousands of citizens of the United States of America that forgoes cable TV here in 2014, you might be seeking out an alternate source for South Park tonight - or tomorrow morning. The 18th season of the series premieres this evening, after all. Lucky you, you Xbox One-owning user - the Comedy Central app launches this week.