The failure of Microsoft's Surface tablet might not spell doom for the computer giant but it is teetering on the edge, writes Alistair Fairweather.
That Windows 8 will be a huge hit in terms of sales is a given. What will be fascinating to watch is how it is received, writes Charles Arthur.
The first decline in personal computer sales in a decade has prompted analysts to ask whether tablets will kill the PC, writes Alistair Fairweather.
A technophile looks at the smartphone platforms of today and predicts what the future looks like.
Software giant plans to morph into a services company, writes Alistair Fairweather.
After trailing behind in the smartphone race, Nokia plans to take on Apple's iPad next year with its own tablet, running Microsoft's Windows software.
With Windows 8, Microsoft has a chance to lead in innovation again.