Summary: Here are six insights we'd like to get out of Microsoft's Build Developer Conference starting April 2.
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Summary: Rumors are swirling that Microsoft may buy or invest significantly in mobile-development tool vendor Xamarin.
Summary: Samba, which has been bringing Windows-compatible file sharing to Linux servers, Mac servers, and desktops for years, takes another step forward.
Summary: Windows XP is only months from its end-of-support date. What happens when the clock runs out? And how long until current versions of Windows, Windows Server, and Office suffer the same fate?
Summary: Some of the reasons for the collapse of the the PC market go a lot further back than the reception of Windows 8.
Summary: Microsoft has posted guidance for Windows Server users affected by USNO.NAVY.MIL hiccup that resulted in system time reverting to the year 2000.
Summary: After a multi-year effort, the much anticipated Samba 4.0 platform, with new support for Microsoft Active Directory, is now slated for release on November 27
Summary: Microsoft has made Hyper-V 2012 and Windows Storage Server 2012 generally available, alongside Windows Server 2012.
Summary: The rumors were right: There's another Build conference. It's this October, right after Windows 8 is made generally available.
Summary: The Microsoft Norwegian Developers Conference this year has made headlines for Microsoft. Unfortunately, not about the spring updates to Windows Azure but for a bizarre pop song.
Summary: As a MacBook Pro owner who upgraded to Lion last July, I'm not interested in Mountain Lion. Here's why.
Summary: Are the new crop of hybrid PC/tablets debuting at Computex this week enough to convince Windows 8 skeptics that touch is the inevitable future? Not this one.
Summary: The Law of Unintended Consequences claims another victim as Google's largesse threatens to undermine the purpose of Google I/O.
Summary: First came the Ultrabook, thin and light laptops designed to compete with the MacBook Air. Now we have the Sleekbook which is an Ultrabook in everything but name.
Summary: Facebook Preferred Marketing Developers (PMDs) have received almost $1 billion in publicly-disclosed funding. Apps are developed by more companies, but the Ads API gets the most dollars...
Summary: Facebook has merged the Preferred Developer Consultant (PDC) and the Marketing API (MAP) programs, and merged them into the newly created Preferred Marketing Developer (PMD) program.
Summary: If you like Unity, Ubuntu Linux's unique GNOME-based desktop, you're going to love Canonical's Ubuntu 12.04, Precise Pangolin.
Summary: Facebook is calling out for mobile developers in Asia in a bid to establish a better mobile and HTML5 market.
Summary: It's increasingly looking as though Microsoft won't be holding its annual Mix designer/developer conference in 2012. What Microsoft confabs are still on the docket?
Summary: Are you interested in joining Facebook's Preferred Developer Consultant (PDC) program? Now is your chance, though you should know that the selection criteria is strict and the acceptance...