The software giant doesn’t lack for people who have vision and technical smarts, but it could use a leader who can manage and organize a company transitioning into a “devices and services” business.
If a new cellphone sounds mundane, take a peek at the crazy new phones and phonelike gadgets that have come out this fall.
The iPad Air is a lovely device, but the price — from $500 to $930 — is getting harder to swallow with the proliferation of decent tablets in the $200 to $400 range.
Hoping to break fresh ground in its industry, Bellevue game developer Valve will release a prototype Steam Machine computer of its own design, complete with an operating system and a game controller the company also developed in-house.
The UW’s computer science and engineering building is already crowded so plans are to construct another facility, but instead of turning to taxpayerss to fund it, how about crowdfunding?
In a two-day test, Microsoft’s new Surface 2 exhibited some impressive features, but a frozen keyboard, occasional app hang-ups and a few abruptly closing browser windows were signs this $449 tablet isn’t yet a business-class machine.
The new Kindle HDX’s “help” feature, which initiates a videoconference with a customer-support rep, is just a sign of how far such PC-like devices have come since the first simple e-readers.
Two former Microsoft employees have figured out how to produce top-notch beer in any style and flavor you can imagine — with a machine.
Geeks are anticipating and speculating on what Valve Software, an Eastside tech giant, will announce on Monday.
It took more than a decade, but Microsoft has finally consolidated its various digital music ventures under one roof, with a standard jukebox and streaming music service for the phone, PC and Xbox platforms.