Microsoft today released the new version of its unified communications product, now called Lync, and
Ziad Ismail: On October 28th, we released Internet Explorer Platform Preview 6. Today, we are announcing Internet Explorer Platform Preview 7 which is focused on real-world performance improvements across sites on the web.
Shoppers plan to buy more gifts online this year; some online habits hold steady while others worsen
Fully redundant alarm system provides optimised notification and coordination in emergencies
Organisations turn to virtualisation to save money, simplify deployments and reduce environmental footprint.
AMD Catalyst 10.10e Hotfix Features:
Microsoft's annual meeting of shareholders in Bellevue this morning was pretty much the standard routine this morning. The company's nine-member board was reappointed and a lone shareholder proposal was rejected. CEO Steve Ballmer touted the company's revenue and earnings over the past year. Shareholders complained about the company's stagnant share price and pressed for a higher dividend. Ballmer talked about Microsoft's product pipeline and finance chief Peter Klein noted that the company has returned more than $170 million to shareholders in the form of dividends and share buybacks over the past decade...
Windows HPC Server customers will soon be able to run high-performance computing workloads on Window
Speaking at Microsoft Corp.’s annual shareholder meeting today, Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballme
Since April, it's been quiet on the Windows 8 leak front. But here's a new tidbit to keep the "what's next for Windows" faithful going for a bit longer.
Blogger Charon at Ma-Config.com unearthed a slide presentation from a Microsoft architectural summit held in London in early April of this year that focuses on virtualization futures. (As Microsoft watchers may recall, new virtualization capabilities are expected by many to be part of Windows 8 when it ships around 2012 or so.) There’s only one slide in the deck that explicitly calls out the 2012+ “Windows Next.” But the deck still gives some general sense of what the Softies are thinking on the Windows client virtualization front...
Product Enhancements and Ecosystem Expansion Help Organisations Address Performance Bottlenecks in Their Existing Data Integration Environments to Unlock Greater Value from Data, Transform Decision Ma
New version is the first solution to automate patching for all major Web browsers running on Windows systems
Cloud-based model brings reliable and affordable business continuity services to businesses and opens new market for the channel
Network fax server software to increase efficiency of small and medium-sized enterprises
Fujitsu research shows high success rates for early cloud adopters with up to 40% cost savings found and the majority achieving or exceeding their predicted savings
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies today announced the release of its first solid state drive (SSD)
If you're in the Seattle region and thinking about getting a Windows Phone 7, you might want to do i
Intel will launch its next-generation Sandy Bridge chip line on January 5 at the Consumer Electronic
Microsoft's Windows division has been on something of a roll recently, but a deeper look into the company's financials seems to indicate that the reported numbers might look better than reality. Information Week has done some deep digging into Microsoft's recent SEC filings and found that several bookkeeping changes resulted in significantly increased reportings of profits in the company's Windows division. Revenues that had been assigned in previous quarters to other divisions within the company -- mostly the Entertainment and Devices unit which includes highly successful businesses such as Xbox -- were, in this past quarter, re-assigned to the Windows operating system division...
Microsoft Corp. today announced it has sold 1 million Kinect for Xbox 360 units worldwide in 10 days
A hardware hacker has discovered a secret debugging feature hidden in all AMD chips made in the past decade.
The password-protected debugger came as a shock to reverse-engineers who have hungered for an on-chip mechanism for performing conditional and direct-hardware breakpoint operations. Although AMD has built the firmware-controlled feature into all chips since the Athlon XP, the company kept it a closely guarded secret that was only disclosed late last week by a hacker who goes by the name Czernobyl...