Microsoft is turning to royalty fees in an attempt to prevent Taiwanese OEMs Acer and Asustek Comput
Managing infrastructure on the Cloud, or anywhere for that matter, is a tough proposition. Windows
Another Microsoft-germinated project has left the building and is now under the auspices of the Outercurve Foundation.
The latest to go is Microsoft Research’s Scientific Workflow Workbench — codenamed Project Trident. On October 26, Outercurve announced that Microsoft Research had donated Trident to the Foundation. Some of the contributors to the project will be non-Microsoft employees and some are Microsoft employees. (The project contributors will still work for their respective employers, e.g. Microsoft, not Outercurve.)
Thin clients key to companies gaining full management, security and TCO benefits of desktop virtualization
Gateway to Improved Cloud Provider Margins for the SME/Branch Office Market, and Optimised Cloud User Experience
Interoute’s Geneva Security and Hosting Operations Centre attains ISO 27001
Next Generation Home Networking and Management Platform
For those that use Messenger for Mac, a new version came out of beta today.
Mozilla has claimed the fastest SunSpider scores on the planet, after internal tests showed that its
Matt Rosoff: I asked a couple Microsoft employees for their off-the-cuff reactions to Ray Ozzie's <
New in Release 260.99
- Increases performance vs. v260.89 drivers in the following PC games: Civilization V (SLI), Fallout 3, Final Fantasy XIV, and Formula 1 Racing (DX11).
A new beta version [build 12606] of the Fall 2010 [alias 'Kinect'] dashboard has been leaked on the
It's a big week for Microsoft's Mac Business Unit, the group that makes software for Apple computers
iPhoneinCanada: Okay this is pretty serious. A newly discovered security flaw in iOS 4.1 allows you
Windows Phone 7 Connector lets your syncronize your favorite music, videos, photos and podcasts from
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has said he considers Apple a bigger threat than riva
Wall Street continues to run away from Microsoft.
Today, it's David Hilal at FBR that's cutting M
During his tenure as Microsoft's chief software architect, Ray Ozzie's "rally-the-troops" corporate
Network company launches professional 3.5G and 4G product range
iBAHN iTRAVELLER study shows UK business travellers see the TV in their hotel room as a portal for wide-ranging services