Microsoft plans to offer elements of its Zune music and movie services throughout Europe and other c
Microsoft is warning people of a potentially serious vulnerability in its ASP.NET framework used to
Microsoft Bing is integrating more tightly with Twitter through a new feature that recommends users
The tough economic conditions of the last few years have strained efforts to achieve global goals su
Google is developing a way for Microsoft Office users to edit documents collaboratively without usin
Roger Capriotti: Last week on the 15th, we released Internet Explorer 9 Beta. The initial reaction
There's some odd reorg-related news coming out of Microsoft today, September 20. The company is anno
Today during the keynote address at the High Performance Computing Financial Markets Conference, Mic
Google Apps is making some serious inroads into businesses and other organizations. There are now 30
In one scene in David Fincher's new film "The Social Network," a retelling of the early days of Face
Facebook denied a story published this weekend that says the company is "building a mobile phone," b
Apple will begin selling the Wi-Fi-enabled iPhone 4 in China on Saturday, the company announced toda
Dubai Internet City (DIC) has announced that Microsoft Gulf will be a DIC strategic partner at the G
Nick Hodge is a hired geek. And despite working for Microsoft for three years, he's never worn a tie
Microsoft is investigating a new public report of a vulnerability in ASP.NET. An attacker who exploi
"People go to the Web for sites, not the browser, much as they go to their PC for apps, not Windows."
Mary Jo Foley: That’s what Microsoft Corporate Vice President Dean Hachamovitch told attendees of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) 9 beta launch in San Francisco this week, where Microsoft made available for download a public Beta 1 of IE 9. Hachamovitch’s comment — and Microsoft’s showcasing of a number of big-name partners customizing their sites and apps for IE 9 — got me thinking about what happens when the line between apps and sites are not so clear-cut...
LShort: Over the last few years, Microsoft has been quietly publishing a series of free books and gu
Microsoft’s push into online services has required a balancing act in its relationship with the hosting industry. On the one hand, Microsoft has far-reaching ambitions to deliver cloud services to consumers and businesses. At the same time, Microsoft sells nearly $1 billion a year in licenses and services to web hosting providers.
So is Microsoft a partner or rival for its hosting customers? In addressing the Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit on Tuesday, Microsoft’s Elliot Curtis emphasized that Microsoft doesn’t view itself as competing with its customers in the cloud computing realm – and, Curtis said, hosting providers shouldn’t either...
During the coming-out party for Intel's Sandy Bridge microarchitecture at Chipzilla's developer shindig in San Francisco this week, two magic words were repeatedly invoked in tech session after tech session: "modular" and "scalable". Key to those Holy Grails of architectural flexibility is the architecture's ring interconnect.
"We have a very modular architecture," said senior principal engineer Opher Kahn at one session. "This ring architecture is laid out in such a way that we can easily add and remove cores as necessary. The graphics can also have different versions."
Michael Park: At Microsoft Dynamics, we are always asking how we can provide better innovative alter