The tablet business has lost money each quarter, and each fiscal year
Feedly's RSS service is restored after four hours offline as an extortion scheme continues.
People want smaller tablets and larger laptops, a prominent retail analyst says, not a 12-inch display.
At the same time, reassures users that the browser won't become 'a mess of logos'
Tech industry onlookers give Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella high marks for his first public presentation last week.
Windows 8.1's tile- and touch-based UI is not in trouble, the engineer who led the Metro Firefox development argues.
Noted Russian leak website disappears, Twitter account vanishes the day after a Russian national was accused of sharing Microsoft trade secrets
Big mistake: Allegedly used Hotmail, SkyDrive to share trade secrets with French blogger
The long wait is almost over
An expert questions Microsoft's strategic sense, calls XP upgrades a shakedown worthy of the 'Sopranos.'
Gives extension developers until May 1 to put their work in the Chrome Web Store; new policy will probably take affect with Chrome 35
Julie Larson-Green, who now runs Surface and Xbox, takes a lower-level job with the group responsible for Office
Calculations show that between 165 million and 184 million copies of Windows 8 are being used to access the Web.
Microsoft has delivered a stopgap defense for active attacks against Internet Explorer 10, and is not likely to ship a patch before March 11.
All extensions on Windows must be installed from the Chrome Web Store; those that were not will be permanently disabled
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