Novell had another setback in its legal dispute with Microsoft over WordPerfect and Windows 95.
Microsoft indicated last week that Windows Server 2012 R2 can't properly run any versions of Exchange yet.
Microsoft held a launch event today to announce the newest line of its hybrid PC Surface tablets.
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Smartphone and tablet maker BlackBerry Limited announced today that it has reached a preliminary agreement to be acquired for $4.7 billion.
Less than a third of organizations still need to move off Windows XP, according to an industry study.
Microsoft explained nuances regarding its restructuring efforts at its annual Financial Analyst Meeting on Thursday.
Canonical and Microsoft announced this week that the open source Ubuntu Juju tool used for services orchestration now works with Windows Azure.
Microsoft today rolled out a "release preview" test version of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7.
Microsoft issued a security advisory today for all supported versions of Internet Explorer.
Microsoft described today how those not currently running Windows 8 can purchase the forthcoming Windows 8.1 operating system from online and retail stores.
Microsoft today issued the release-to-manufacturing version of Windows 8.1 Enterprise Edition to its TechNet and MSDN subscribers.
A report released last month by Directions on Microsoft offers a few suggestions on how to buy Microsoft's newest server.
Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 8.1 displays JPEG graphics faster than previous IE browsers, Microsoft claims.
Tablet shipments will start to surpass PC shipments in the fourth quarter of this year, according to IDC.
The research and consulting firm suggests three plans to deal with Windows 8.1.
Intel described its code-named "Bay Trail" family of processors today as part of its Developer Forum event.
Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Yahoo on Monday all filed amended motions seeking broader disclosure of customer data access requests by the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
Intel laid out its vision, as well as some new product milestones, during a keynote speech on Tuesday.
Microsoft today offered its MSDN and TechNet subscribers access to the release-to-manufacturing (RTM) ISO builds of its latest flagship operating systems.
Just 36 percent of IT organizations surveyed had fully deployed or are deploying mobile device management solutions, according to an industry study.