Survey claims businesses are wasting $15 billion maintaining unused software each year.
Microsoft did not realize how different smartphones are from PCs until recent software updates broke new Windows Phone 7 devices.
The $66.7 billion in revenue taken in by Steve Ballmer and company is nothing compared to what Microsoft's partners earn.
Microsoft, Apple, EMC and Oracle are continuing to pursue a deal for Novell's patents that will let the four companies split the patents four ways and immunize themselves from any potential lawsuits.
Google is trying to make Android more appealing to businesses by adding IT administration tools to Google Apps that can encrypt Android tablets or remotely reset PINs.
Microsoft can top iPhone sales, as long as it keeps the price low.
Cycle Computing builds 10,000-core supercomputer in the cloud to boost scientific research.
Nearly a decade after settling an antitrust case regarding the bundling of Internet Explorer with Windows, Microsoft is on the verge of putting the case behind it for good and is pursuing antitrust claims of its own against Google's dominant search engine.
Microsoft is boosting the price of a client license but sweetening the deal by giving buyers access to a new endpoint security product and Lync.
A startup founded by a former Citrix executive is aiming to help customers move Microsoft Exchange mailboxes to either Google Apps or Microsoft's own cloud.
Microsoft has famously decided to give Windows Phone 7 devices to all of its 89,000 employees, or at least those who want them.
Microsoft virtualizes apps running on Windows Server ahead of rival VMware.
Steve Ballmer and crew aren't going to miss a moneymaking opportunity, even if that means managing iPhones, iPads, Androids and, yes, even Linux computers.
Microsoft kicks off Microsoft Management Summit with focus on cloud computing and virtualization.