According to a report from The Verge on Monday, Microsoft will unveil the next major update to its Windows Phone 8 smartphone platform in April 2014.
Microsoft today described two changes coming to its Forefront product line.
The Microsoft Update team plans to work through this holiday period on a Windows XP resource-hog problem that has burdened some users for months, and even years.
Motorola Mobility today lost an appeal regarding an Android legal dispute with Microsoft.
Microsoft updated parts of its Power BI for Office 365 preview late last week.
Microsoft this week rolled out a preview of a new georedundant option as part of its Windows Azure Storage service.
Microsoft today released the latest Android- and iOS-based versions of its Office 365 Admin apps.
Cisco's challenge to Microsoft's acquisition of Skype was dismissed this week.
Dell is showcasing its enterprise management software, virtual desktop infrastructure solutions and storage products as part of its Dell World event.
Veteran Microsoft watcher Mary Jo Foley today outlined more details about Microsoft's rumored "Threshold" product wave releases.
The Windows 8.1 "preview" beta release will expire next month, Microsoft noted this week.
Microsoft late last month released updates to Exchange 2013 and Exchange 2010 Service Pack 3.
Microsoft rolled out a "preview" of two group management capabilities in Windows Azure Active Directory (WAAD) this week.
Microsoft explained some speed improvements made in its latest Internet Explorer 11 browser.
The R2 version of Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack 2013 got released this week.
The PC and tablet markets are ending 2013 on down notes, according to IDC.
Microsoft may have some unpleasant surprises for organizations that license its software, starting next year.
Microsoft has received federal antitrust regulator approval for its proposed $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia's handset business.
An update to Windows 8.1 could arrive this spring, while a wave of new Microsoft product releases could be planned for the spring of 2015.
Microsoft ratcheted up its Windows Azure offerings this week, with some services reaching commercial-grade status, while others were released as "previews" for testing.