For the most popular anti-virus software in the world, Microsoft Security Essentials isn't very good at protecting computers against malware.
Despite reports of corporate and other highrollers offended at alleged aloofness and a lack of perks from the White House during the first term, this time, they'll be welcomed with open arms. The president said it himself -- he likes a good party.
At first glance, Facebook's decision to partner with Bing to deliver web results for its new search functionality would seem a big win for the folks a...
Forty more corporate CEOs, including JetBlue's, have joined a covert lobbying group for Wall Street, billionaires, and the defense industry called "Fix the Debt," in an effort to maximize their own already-swollen bank accounts by destroying your financial future.
I ran around the house this morning making sure the Java plugin was turned off in all our web browsers on all our computers. Why was I so panicked? Because the Department of Homeland Security issued a warning late this week about Java.
LAS VEGAS -- Interactive ads on the XBox gaming system are delivering a 37% engagement rate, according to data released this week by Microsoft. At...
When CES was founded, back in 1967, the idea of 'consumer electronics' was just a glimmer of what it is today. In 2003, COMDEX collapsed (the Comp...
First Amendment considerations should have stopped the FTC's investigation at the outset. That freedom-of-speech is never mentioned in the agency's statement is, well, bizarre.
Microsoft and countless other employers are making a conscious business decision to commoditize work, and turn to the labor market to satisfy their precise demand, just-in-time. But if, as a result, they have a "problem" with labor shortage, it's a problem of their own making.
We may not be keeping pace with these pressures, but leading companies continue to evolve more sustainable strategies and tactics. Let's look at some top macro- and company-level stories.
The vibe in search is kinetic. We're digging, stretching, pushing and growing. Every day, our search engines conduct more searches and cover more data. Every day, we teach ourselves how to answer your questions better and help you get things done in the real world.
Where are the Wang Word Processors and IBM PCs now? Well, the same place that the iPod, iPhone and iPad will be shortly. We should be planning for change instead of resisting opportunities for advancement that new technology platforms offer.
Is there anything more fun than gathering with 150,000 of your closest friends and colleagues to see the latest and greatest that technology has to offer?
What if every time Bank of America charged a fee, Google removed them from the grid and put them in timeout for the day to teach them a lesson?
Based on what I've seen lately, things don't look promising for Microsoft. This is not wishful thinking. I've been a fan of its products for decades and am writing this column in Microsoft Word on my Windows 7 PC, which I like.
If Windows 8 is a success, Microsoft advertising business could become the company's newest bright spot, instead of its perennial black eye.