Tagged: Microsoft

Google Invests In Neverware

You would be forgiven if you’ve never heard about Neverware: it’s a relatively little known business based around the premise of converting Windows machines to...

The Demise of Windows Phone

This week, Microsoft announced that it was shedding most of the jobs in its mobile division and reining in the smartphone business. Windows Phone isn’t dead, but instead the product range will be consolidated for the benefit of those customers heavily embedded in the Windows ecosystem and, from the sounds of it…

Microsoft’s Productivity Push Into Android

Why would Microsoft decide to give Microsoft Office away? Partially, it’s because there are so many competitor products that can handle Office format documents as well as the real deal and partially it’s because Microsoft have realized that it’s a better business practice to sell consumers something…

The Competition: HTC One for Windows

For HTC, this is a win-win situation. Having invested in the manufacturing process of the One (M8), it is probably not too difficult to build the same hardware but install a Windows Phone operating system. I liken it to building an automobile with a 4.0L V8 and installing a 3.5L V6.