Microsoft has decided that 10.1 inch-screens is where the personal becomes professional. In other words, the vendor will apply Office 365 subscriptions for devices above that screen size and not for those under the line.
Lenovo has elevated Gerry Smith, formerly head of its Enterprise Business Group in the Americas region and a nine-year company veteran, to the global helm of its PC and Enterprise Business Group, in one of a number of management and organizational changes.
Compucom reportedly has sold off its entire software business unit to SoftwareOne, a $4 billion software licensing specialist based in Stans, Switzerland, in an as-yet unannounced deal of undisclosed value.
Hugo Barra, Xiaomi’s Global vice president, took to his Google+ account to defend the device maker's "experimental" deal with Microsoft to allow select users to download Windows 10 to install on the Mi 4 handset.
Microsoft's new Windows 10 browser code-named Project Spartan won’t continue the “Explorer” naming convention, making the difference clear between the new and the old and perhaps signaling the beginning of the end for IE.
The Windows Server 2003 end-of-life replacement cycle could top $100 billion in migration-related solutions, including new hardware, software, cloud-based solutions, and associated services, according to a new Spiceworks report.
Apple is readying a new recycling and trade-in program that will offer Android and BlackBerry smartphone users turning in their handsets a gift card toward the purchase of a new iPhone 6 or 6 Plus model.