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The company's new community site offers financial resources, case studies and (of course) technology suggestions for fast-growing businesses.
Microsoft employees are taking delivery of their promised free Surface RT devices, starting this week.
According to a Goldman Sachs' private report , Microsoft's share of the computing device operating system market has declined to a mere 29%. Above it? Apple's iOS and Google's Android. Windows could make a comeback but faces "an uphill battle."
Google relies on its search strength as it rolls out new methods for discovering content on the Currents app.
Google.com image search now restricts sexual or not-safe-for-work content, thanks to changes in the search engine's SafeSearch settings. However, some are calling it "censorship."
Oracle is combining two of its security products into a single software appliance-based platform intended to audit both Oracle-made and third-party databases.
The chart outlines 14 new desktop processors, ranging from a flagship 3.5GHz quad-core Core i7-4770K part to a more modest Core i5-4430S 2.7GHz quad-core part, all with updated on-board graphics.
Delphix is by far the most impressive startup I've seen all year and I meet with a lot of companies...
Yahoo continues to overhaul its products, possibly signaling the beginning of a renaissance for the beleaguered search company.
Microsoft's Surface tablet is the single most popular Windows 8, RT device, according to a new report, far ahead of PCs from big name manufacturers such as HP, Dell, and Asus.
Admittedly, most IT departments know that Gen Y doesn't follow the rules all of the time, but a Cisco report argues that they don't realize how prevalent it is.
E-book readers are all but extinct thanks to tablets, according to industry analysts. But should we count them out altogether yet?
Let's kick off this series by looking at processors and motherboards in three different price categories.
Global open-source vendors gain new leg up in selling to US agencies, thanks to favorable Talend ruling
Government ruling paves the way for software vendors to sell to US government agencies, even if some of their code is written in non-designated countries.
Given it's 12/12/12, seems like the perfect day to look at what's on the Microsoft show and launch calendar for 2013.