Microsoft isn't talking publicly yet about its next update to Windows 8.1, but a report published today suggests "Update 1" to the operating system could arrive on March 11.
Microsoft will cut Windows Azure storage pricing to match that of Amazon.
Microsoft reported positive financial results for the second quarter of its fiscal-year 2014 period.
The mobile platform race showed a bit of traction for BlackBerry this week.
- By Scott Bekker
IT pros have been questioning their control over the update process with Microsoft's cloud-enabled Office products.
Microsoft released a January update to its Surface 2 Pro machines late last week that purportedly remedies an update that the company pulled in December.
Hortonworks today released its latest suite of Hadoop components for clusters of Windows machines.
Microsoft announced this week that its Windows Azure disaster recovery service is generally available.
Microsoft rolled out improvements to its cloud-based Windows Azure services this week.
Microsoft may be throwing big money toward its smartphone hardware partners.
- By Scott Bekker
Oracle's quarterly patch arrived on Tuesday with new security fixes for 144 vulnerabilities in their products, including 36 fixes for Java Standard Edition 7 (Java SE 7).
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft Open Technologies Inc. has opened an office in Shanghai, China.
Microsoft has fixed a Windows XP resource-hog problem associated with SVCHOST.
Microsoft announced today that it will continue to provide antimalware support for Windows XP even after that operating system hits its product lifecycle end on April 8, 2014.
Microsoft announced some forthcoming Dynamics for Retail features on Monday.
Microsoft's Windows 8.1 "preview" test software will start to end after this Wednesday.
Microsoft's next desktop operating system, purportedly called "Windows 9," will appear in April 2015, according to a press source.
Microsoft and hosting service provider GoDaddy today reaffirmed their partnership on providing hosted e-mail services to small businesses.
The year 2013 wasn't the best one for PC shipments, according to analyst firms.
Microsoft today offered a configuration "workaround" to its latest deployment toolkit that could help some organizations contemplating a jump from Windows XP to Windows 8.1.