A "sleep proxy" that lowers energy drain when PCs are idle has proved a savings at Microsoft's headquarters.
Amazon support forum administrators usually respond to posts within 10 or 12 hours, but problem resolution often takes days, new analysis finds.
IBM is trying to ride Apple's iPad momentum with a free download that lets Lotus Notes customers receive secure access to e-mail, calendar and other collaboration tools on the touch-screen computer.
Microsoft has added .NET Framework 4 support to the Windows Azure software development kit, making it easier for developers to build web applications in the cloud.
Social networking is conquering the Web, and the two leaders in this growing market are Facebook and Twitter.
AMD and Intel haven't been locked in a struggle for computer processor supremacy since the beginning of time; but it sure seems that way.
Microsoft needs to sustain Windows Phone 7 momentum, reveal more details about its Azure cloud computing services.
Businesses should completely get rid of Windows XP by the end of 2012, Gartner says.
Microsoft spends more, but Apple connects with users, Dow Jones says.
Despite growing privacy concerns, an astonishing 540 million Internet users worldwide visited Facebook in April 2010, according to data from Google.
The pressure is on Microsoft to build a viable Windows 7 tablet, analysts say.
Red Hat disses Oracle, and expounds on its open source strategy.
The revamped office suite simply makes it tougher for Google Docs to make inroads on an entrenched user base.
Detailed legal complaint against Facebook alleges privacy violations stemming from recent feature changes.