News and Articles About Microsoft
The Redmond, Wash.-based software giant introduces Microsoft Ventures, bringing together its resources for entrepreneurs.
The tech giant says it 'did a pretty good job' replying to the European Union's concerns that it blocks competitors in web search results.
In a live Q+A with The Guardian, he hints at new details about the scandal and provides insight into why he went public.
The big tech companies claim they haven't heard of the National Security Agency's program called PRISM.
The tech company has released a video previewing the changes it is making to Windows 8.
Outlook users will now be able to use Google Talk without ever using Gmail.
Listening to customer feedback, the tech giant expects to roll out changes to its latest operating system later this year.
Samsung, Apple and Google said to be among the other companies building a smartwatch.
Tap into Microsoft's touch-driven operating system with these Windows 8 devices.
Groupon's former chief executive, Pinterest's edge in ecommerce, Wanelo's funding round and more social-media news.
What to keep in mind if you're considering an upgrade to the latest version of the company's popular software.
Sure, Microsoft has 75,000 new apps, but are they the right ones?
From its size and specs to the keyboard and more, here's how the Surface tablet stacks up.
How you can get up to speed with the desktop version of Microsoft's new operating system.
Expert tips on finding the right technology to help run your business.
We've figured out the workarounds for three of Windows 8's most frustrating new features.
As more companies offer a wider variety of tablets, it might be time to go shopping for one for your small business.
Motion capture technology is now more affordable and easy to use. Here's how to get started.
Older versions of the browser are vulnerable to hackers and will be left behind for Google updates.
Tips from a graphic designer on how to create great company logos.
Popular software's new features can be useful for smaller firms. But the transition will require a significant effort.
A quick look at some of the new features for Microsoft's popular software package.
Tech giant's new tablets to feature Windows OS, a built-in keyboard and kickstand.
Electronic devices that are worn on the body and relay information are starting to receive a lot of buzz, but partnering with a big company is the key to getting the product to see the light of day.
The new operating system is so different from its predecessors, business owners likely won't rush to use it.
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