OnLive, an online gaming and VDI pioneer, was sold today to an undisclosed purchaser.
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that its SkyDrive cloud storage solution for consumers has moved beyond the preview stage.
Microsoft today issued the "release to manufacturing" version of Windows 8 to its TechNet and MSDN subscribers.
A new Windows Server 2012 licensing report was released this month by Directions on Microsoft.
Microsoft's monthly Security Update arrived today with nine bulletins addressing 26 vulnerabilities. As with the past few months, remote code execution flaws are targeted in the majority of items.
Microsoft today announced success in creating a single Windows RT operating system release that supports multiple system-on-chip platforms.
PC-maker Acer is consulting with Microsoft after Redmond's announcement that it is building its own Surface tablets running Windows 8, according to a news report.
Google was fined $22.5 million by the Federal Trade Commission, which pointed to the company's misrepresentations on privacy protections.
Microsoft's August Patch Tuesday release will feature nine bulletin items, with five being rated "critical", according to Microsoft's Security Bulletin Advance Notification.
Microsoft and collaborators today announced a beta release supporting FreeBSD 8.2 virtual machines on Hyper-V Server.
Microsoft has announced it has partnered with the New York Police Department (NYPD) to develop a crime prevention and counterterrorism system.
Microsoft revived and opened registration for its Exchange conference, while its Build 2012 developer conference got a quick sell out today.
According to a study, 67 percent of IT pros say that bring your own device (BYOD) policies in the enterprise increases the cost to companies.
Microsoft reportedly will include a "preview" version of Office 2013 for Windows RT when those devices get shipped, but it's rumored that some features will get cut.
Sharp Corp. has agreed to license intellectual property associated with Microsoft's Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) technology for use in Sharp's Android-based smartphones.
Honeywell announced last week that it paid royalties to Microsoft for the use of technologies associated with the Linux-based Android and Google Chrome OS operating systems.
According to Redmond magazine's 17th annual salary survey of U.S.-based Windows IT pros, the average salary is $87,630, up 3.25 percent over 2011.
Microsoft on Thursday described the many changes it has made to its Outlook Web App.
The "Metro" name, which is associated with the forthcoming Windows 8 operating system, may be dropped by Microsoft.
Microsoft yesterday unveiled a new Web portal that provides free scripts for IT professionals using Microsoft server products.