Microsoft announced Microsoft OneApp, a new software application that enables feature phones — commonly found in emerging markets — to access mobile apps such as Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live Messenger, and other apps and games.
Microsoft announced the evolution of Zune, the company’s end-to-end music and entertainment service, to a new platform and new markets.
At the Worldwide Public Safety Symposium, Microsoft announced two ways the company is helping governments increase multiagency operational effectiveness, reduce costs, and improve collaboration and information sharing to help combat threats to public safety and security.
Microsoft announced Microsoft Amalga Unified Intelligence System (UIS) 2009, the next generation of the enterprise data aggregation platform.
HP announced plans to support the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system on future smartphone devices.
Kaspersky Lab announces the release of a technical prototype of Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Windows 7. The prototype is based on the new antivirus engine which provides complex antivirus protection from all types of Internet threats.
Although it was supposed to be released in December 2008, Windows 7 beta came up on the market a couple of months later. When we first lay hands on the installation files, the first important question was: Will Windows 7 demand more PC resources than the former Vista?
In a keynote address at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer announced the beta availability of the Windows 7 operating system as well as the availability of the latest version of the Windows Live, a suite of personal communications services and applications.
The GSMA has brought together 16 laptop OEMs, chipset developers, module manufacturers and mobile operators to create a new category of always-connected Mobile Broadband devices, delivering a compelling alternative to WiFi.
Microsoft announced that the Platforms & Services Division (PSD) will be split into two groups: Windows/Windows Live and Online Services, with both groups reporting directly to CEO Steve Ballmer.
Microsoft announced an Xbox 360 console with triple the storage space of the original console, but for the same price of $349 (U.S.) estimated retail price (ERP).
A new white paper by IDC released today at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2008 highlights the collateral damage that software piracy is causing to companies across the technology industry.
Competition began yestarday for 370 students from 61 countries and regions competing for $240,000 in prize money at the Imagine Cup 2008, an annual competition that gives students around the world the chance to unlock their creative genius and create technology solutions that can help address some of the world’s toughest social challenges.
For the first time in 30 years, 11 of Microsoft’s 12 original employees got together to re-create a famous photo taken just before the company moved from its Albuquerque birthplace to the Pacific Northwest in 1978.
Today at the International Supercomputing Conference, Microsoft debuted in the top 25 of the world’s top 500 largest supercomputers with the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), which ranked at No. 23 with 68.5 teraflops.
Microsoft announced at the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) 28th Annual Technology Management Conference & Exhibit the broad availability of Bloomberg for Windows Mobile-based phones.
Microsoft today announced the filing of 21 lawsuits in federal court in 14 states against resellers allegedly engaging in the sale of pirated software, including some alleged repeat offenders.
Microsoft announced that a limited-edition Zune digital media player designed by Peter Saville will be made available to commemorate the DVD release of “Joy Division,” the critically acclaimed documentary.
Microsoft announced its Innovation Process Management (IPM) initiative to help enterprises build a flexible IT platform to speed the process of innovation for competitive advantage and a higher return on investment.
Microsoft is expanding the range of document formats supported in its flagship Office productivity suite.
Yesterday at Microsoft Corp.’s online advertising leadership forum, advance08, Brian McAndrews, senior vice president of the Advertiser & Publisher Solutions Group, announced the availability of display advertising across two popular Windows Live for mobile services, the launch of new markets for Windows Live for mobile services, and upcoming advertising plans for its Live Search Mobile offering.
Microsoft and One Laptop per Child (OLPC) announced an agreement that will make the Microsoft Windows operating system available on OLPC’s low-cost XO laptops for the world’s poorest children.
Using the verb ‘MSN-ing’ as a synonym for sending messages through an instant messenger will no longer be allowed by the Microsoft Corporation.
Microsoft’s major update patch for Windows Vista is now ready for Automatic Updates.
College students from across America will showcase their innovative creations in the U.S. finals of Imagine Cup 2008 next week.