Microsoft acknowledged market shifts affecting its Windows business, but pointed to changes to come.
Intel this week reported earnings results for its fiscal first-quarter totaling $12.6 billion, while also fending off questions from financial analysts.
Microsoft today issued its fiscal third-quarter financial results, delivering positive earnings across all five divisions.
Microsoft announced an intellectual property deal with Taiwan-based Hon Hai, the investment holding company for Foxconn Ltd.
Oracle released on Tuesday a critical security update for its Web-based Java programming language..
Microsoft today rolled out infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offerings on Windows Azure, positioning itself to compete with IaaS provider Amazon Web Services.
Microsoft is expanding its Surface line of tablet PCs with a 7-inch model, according to a report.
PC shipments in the first quarter of this year have hit their lowest level yet, according to data released on Thursday by IDC.
Microsoft may have a series of Office updates planned, code-named "Gemini."
IT organizations may get "serious headaches" from following Microsoft's recommendations for migrating to Office 2013, according to a report.
The MDOP 2013 suite of tools can be downloaded today.
The Microsoft Management Summit kicked off on Monday with a joke about the Internet service being down.
This month's Microsoft security update, released today, features nine bulletins -- two rated "critical" and seven "important."
Microsoft announced yesterday that Service Pack 2 betas are now available for testing with Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010.
Communications services provider Ericsson plans to acquire Microsoft's Mediaroom IPTV platform.
Microsoft announced today that its Windows Azure Active Directory service is ready for business.
Microsoft indicated today that it has released a "public paid preview" of its Windows Azure Backup service.
SQL Server 2000 is at the end of its product lifecycle and will lose its "extended support" from Microsoft on Tuesday, April 9.
Microsoft's so-called "extended support" phase for Office for Mac 2008 is set to end on Tuesday, April 9.
Traditional PC shipments will continue to decline over the next four years, even as global shipments increase for mobile phones, tablets and "ultramobile" devices, according to new first-quarter data announced today by Gartner Inc.