Faster than a Windows Vista PC. More powerful than a gadget teardown. Our new slideshow takes apart Microsoft's boisterous leader Steve Ballmer to see the man behind the "developers, developers, developers" meme.
In the spirit of gadget teardowns, we take apart Apple's iconic leader to see what makes him tick.
The $28 billion net worth. The jets. The megayacht. The wedding pictures taken by Steve Jobs. (Yes, that Steve Jobs.) Take a look the posh perks of being Larry Ellison.
Microsoft's full-scale model home of the future may seem like science fiction, but interactive bedrooms, dishes that charge cellphones, sensors that notify you when plants need water, and kitchen counters that read your recipes may be close to reality in a world where social and interactive technology moves at lightning speed. Welcome to The Microsoft Home, where no wall or table in the house is safe from being a digital device.
Microsoft unveiled 10 new Windows Phone 7 devices yesterday at an event in NYC. Here's a first-look at all of them, along with technical specifications and release details, where available.
Microsoft Slate PC demonstration is just one in long line of tablet device tries.
Hardware makers both well known (HP and Asus) and obscure (Hanvon and Pegatron) are putting the final touches on Windows 7-based tablet PCs to take on the iPad and Android Tablets. Here's a slideshow of the most anticipated Windows tablets due out for the holidays or early 2011.
The iPad may have arrived with authority, but laptops and netbooks are still very much alive. As Microsoft and its hardware partners prepare for the back-to-school buying season, here's a slideshow of the latest Windows 7 machines for work and play, from slim netbooks to big honkin' gaming laptops.
The origins of iconic tech products. High-tech hotels. The top 10 cities for tech workers. The silliest BlackBerry accessories. Get it all right here and much, much more.