Mozilla last week announced that it has stopped Firefox browser production for Windows 8.
The U.S. government announced today that it will privatize Internet domain-name assignment and management operations that are currently handled by a contracted organization.
The tale of Microsoft's relationship with bookseller Barnes & Noble got a new twist this week, as details about a new reader app surface.
Microsoft is planning to release an Office 365 Personal edition for consumers this spring.
Microsoft has released "workplace join" for Windows 7 at its Microsoft Connect portal.
A recent report by The Times of India found that Microsoft has waived any OEM fees associated with Windows Phone 8 for two of its newest mobile partners.
Microsoft has a restriction on the number of public folders supported by Exchange Server 2013 and Exchange Online.
IT pros may start to see lots of expired Internet Explorer updates showing up in their logs.
Microsoft outlined some options for organizations using Exchange Server 2003, which loses product support on April 8.
Microsoft this week noted a potential limitation that may affect some organizations' ability to use the Office 2013 client to retrieve documents housed on SharePoint Server.
Google has started has a referral program to gain Google Apps for Business subscribers.
Microsoft appears to be making moves to combat its slipping operating system market share.
Microsoft is planning to improve its Component Store Cleanup utility in Windows 8.1.
Windows XP's April 8 end-of-support deadline is drawing near, but users may not be reacting as expected.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft is paving the way for the use of alternative identity federation approaches.
Microsoft has rolled out a new custom schema extension capability for the Windows Azure Active Directory identity management service.
Microsoft changed this month how it offers its Windows Enterprise edition licensing.
The worldwide PC market is expected to remain mostly flat over the next four years after suffering a large decrease in 2013.
Consumer users still using Windows XP will have access to a free data migration tool coming later this week.
Microsoft's first update to Windows 8.1 has already hit "release-to-manufacturing" status, according to reports.