A new AU$8 million research facility will look at the social aspects of creating tomorrow's user interfaces.
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A seamless Microsoft remote desktop experience between your Windows Phone and Windows desktop? It isn't happening.
The Nokia CEO is allegedly being asked to reconsider taking $25 million from the company as he exits, but he says it's not only up to him: It's also his soon-to-be ex-wife's money.
The man viewed by many as instrumental in guiding the fate of Windows, Steven Sinofsky, has decided to try his hand in the VC industry, joining Andreessen Horowitz's board.
Microsoft is now on the hunt for a new CIO after Tony Scott resigned to follow up on his own personal projects.
After managing to successfully settle with Microsoft in the past over a number of patent infringement claims, VirnetX is heading to court over claims that its patents are still being infringed in Skype.
Nokia is closing down the Brisbane office responsible for Qt and its development team, possibly in preparation for selling off the user interface framework.
Microsoft plans to help out start-ups, because, at the end of the day, it's actually in its best interests to have them use its own products.
Microsoft is set to pay over US$1 billion to purchase enterprise social network firm Yammer, according to a report.
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday has neutered a number of critical vulnerabilities, but Google has pointed out that there is still one hole currently being exploited in the wild.