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Microsoft Research and Duke University are combining device graphics chips with those in the cloud to cut mobile broadband usage for streamed applications by up to 83 percent.
Developers, developers, developers: For Microsoft the tune might change but the words remain the same
Back-to-back events reveal Microsoft's developer strategy for the next few years.
Porting an Android or iOS app to Windows looks easy if this video showing how Project Astoria works is any indication. Is Microsoft over-promising to developers?
The secret to Microsoft's HoloLens will revolve around whether the software giant can really enable a bevy of holographic apps with just a few extra lines of code.
As the one Windows across all devices strategy unfolds, the Microsoft Band gets an updated SDK for developers to create apps on the wearable health tracker.
How can there be a future for Windows on smartphones and tablets when Microsoft is encouraging developers to bring its apps from Apple and Google's ecosystem?
On the first day of its Build developers' conference, Microsoft has released a new preview of Windows 10, the third new version in 30 days. Here's what's inside.
Core Kong and its libraries are on the loose. The technology behind the Mashape API hub is now open source, free, and aimed at developers working on microservices architectures.
Box unveils its latest platform updates, promising developers the tools they need for everything to build for and scale a mobile-first workforce.
Software developers are all excited about Docker and containerization technology. But what does it mean for your enterprise and your cloud adoption plans?
Microsoft's Service Fabric will target first ISVs and startups building public cloud applications, and later come to Windows Server and Linux.
Zero Day Weekly: Active Microsoft zero-day, Oracle kills Java, D-Link snafu, more DHS cyber-negligence
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending April 17, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Microsoft has rolled out native mobile app versions of Delve, its search and presentation technology, for iOS and Android, as well as enhancements to core Delve functionality.
Microsoft is in Germany this week showing off how its software works with industrial applications of the Internet of Things.
Workday has delivered the first installment of what will be a series of analytics tools dubbed Insight Applications.
Microsoft confirms it will have a Nano Server mode in Windows Server 2016, along with new Hyper-V containerization technology.
The compromised website is redirecting all traffic to a Nuclear Exploit Kit targeting vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash, Oracle Java and Microsoft Silverlight software.
Microsoft is discontinuing manufacturing Kinect for Windows sensors and, instead, advising developers and customers to use those for built for Xbox One.
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