Virtualization, thought of as a tool for saving on data-center costs, could save your computer, too.
Does Google have a search monopoly, or is Microsoft in denial that no one prefers Bing?
Text to gibberish and back: That’s what encryption does, but how does it work—and can the government really make it pointless?
APIs make the modern Web what it is today. Here’s a simple guide to what they are, how they work and why we care.
Wind power is a key part of data center energy plans. And Google is leading the way.
Sure, let’s connect all our devices to the Internet. But let’s fence out the bad guys first.
A new look and features are on their way, but it’s hard to say they’ll make a big difference to mobile users.
Box is launching online collaboration. Another day, another attempt to disrupt Microsoft Office.
Revenge or no, this mass migration will definitely have a negative impact on Oracle’s open source relational database.
Michael Dell gets his company back and wants to take on IBM and HP on their turf. Sounds insane, but this just might work.
Good for PR, sure, but actually damn good for the nonprofits, too.
Chrome Web Apps aim to enable apps that will run on Windows, Macs, Android and Linux. (And later iOS.) [Updated]
New reports show that the NSA may have the capability to read quite a bit of encrypted data already.
Microsoft’s pivot to a devices and services company sounds cool. But what about enterprises who want no part of that vision?
“One Microsoft” just got a bit more complicated with the addition of Nokia’s executive team.
Microsoft buys its own mobile phone company, gets Elop back.
ValueAct and other investors are not waiting around to see how Microsoft gets itself out of the hole Ballmer dug.
Uncle Sam, would you like to add cloud services to your Amazon cart?
The age of exploration in the cloud is passing. Now it’s time to get down to business.
Connecting to a PC or Mac from an iPad can be painful. But it doesn’t have to be.