This week’s headlines: Microsoft releases its ready-to-run October 2016 virtual machines for developers.
Microsoft’s Project Olympus is its updated datacenter server design that the company will contribute as open source to the Open Compute Project.
Microsoft’s PowerApps and Flow development tools will be generally available on November 1, not coincidentally the same day that Dynamics 365 goes on the company’s price list.
Microsoft Executive Vice President of Windows and Devices Terry Myerson talks to ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley about Windows 10 Creators Update, VR headsets, Surface, Windows Mobile and more.
Microsoft’s Surface Studio was released with several innovative features that set it apart from existing all-in-one touchscreen computers. Several PCs are directly on its path including the Dell XPS 27 Touch, which could possibly get obliterated in a head-to-head match.
Microsoft has launched a new limited period ‘trade up’ promotion where consumers can trade in their MacBook for a Surface Book or Surface Pro 4. Microsoft will offer up to $650 in credit for those trading in their MacBook.