Google has blocked Microsoft's YouTube app for Windows Phone for the second time.
Microsoft is developing a new "restricted administration mode" security measure for use with its Remote Desktop Protocol.
Microsoft on Tuesday released multiple update rollups for its various Exchange Server products, but part of the release got pulled.
Microsoft announced five Windows Azure improvements yesterday, including SQL Server AlwaysOn support.
Microsoft faces a class-action lawsuit over its Surface RT sales disclosures.
Microsoft is planning to implement a new Enterprise Agreement license option for organizations heavily focused on its cloud, server and management technologies.
Windows Server 2012 R2 will arrive with price hikes on some licensing, according to newly published Microsoft documentation.
Microsoft is developing a second-generation Surface tablet product line, a press report suggests.
Executives from ASUSTek Computer Inc. and Acer Inc. announced this week that their companies are planning to decrease production of some of their Windows-based PCs and tablet devices.
Office 365 service availability statistics will get published broadly now, Microsoft announced on Thursday.
Microsoft announced a new "switch wizard" late last week for Office 365 subscribers.
Judging from new figures published last week by analyst firm Strategy Analytics, Microsoft's Windows Phone is making sales gains in the smartphone market.
Google gave another break to Windows Phone users that synchronize with Google's mail, calendar and contacts services.
Microsoft announced the release of Application Request Router 3.0 late last week.
Microsoft has improved its SkyDrive cloud-based storage and collaboration resource, but it also will be dropping the SkyDrive name following a legal dispute.
Microsoft today released Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview and described its features.
Microsoft released a new build of Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 2 on Monday.
Organizations may want to consider using Chromebooks, according to a new study.
A petition requesting that Microsoft restore its TechNet program for IT professionals has generated more than 7,000 responses in support.
A recent post on the Dynamics CRM blog may have narrowed the timeframe for the launch of Dynamics CRM 2013 down to a possible date in October.