AMD also reported strong demand for its new Radeon GPUs, but CPU sales continued to drop along with the PC market itself.
Outlook gains IMAP capability, which could lure users who combine services away from the Yahoo Mail Web page.
Drop this card into your DSLR camera, and use your phone or tablet's Internet connection to move photos from the card to the cloud. Cool service, though it will cost you.
As the PC market shows some signs of stabilization -- thanks, Windows XP! -- Intel's focus turns to improving its emerging communications chip business.
While Intel highlighted signs of improvement in the PC space, the company's data center business shone brightest.
Netgear is the first network-attached storage vendor to support the BitTorrent Sync protocol.
XPocalypse? What XPocalypse? A big chunk of antimalware software vendor Avast's users are sticking with XP despite the many risks.
Microsoft is wooing developers with the ability to write apps for Windows and Windows Phone alike, and wooing customers by bringing cheaper, Windows-Phone-style pricing to the Windows Store.
Because everyone wants a pizza to commemorate their favorite Windows XP browser, right?
Even in beta, Microsoft's Cortana digital assistant has an impressive amount to say for itself. But is it enough to keep up?
With the Cortana digital assistant and a vibrant new interface, the OS is finally positioned to attract the users and developers it critically needs.
The Office for iPad team takes to the pages of Reddit to reveal, well, what you won't be able to do with Office for the iPad.
Like Windows XP itself, Microsoft's 'Bliss' image of rolling green hills has aged, and evolved. Here's its story— and what the real-world site looks like today.
Windows XP, Microsoft's beloved seventh major operating system, has died at the hands of its creators. It was 12.
So far, it's just a prototype. But even the basic Windows for the car demo gives clues into what Microsoft plans.
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