More people than ever will be watching and following the Olympics online and with mobile devices--and the cyber criminals know this.
OneNote has emerged as the shining star of Microsoft Office, and the radial menu feature of OneNote MX shows that Microsoft still has some tricks up its sleeve.
Steve Ballmer pulls back the curtain on a touchscreen-friendly Office 2013.
The next generation Office 13 family is available for preview, and a first look at Word 2013 reveals an update designed for easy collaboration and access by multiple devices.
Power users of Outlook will be interested in what Microsoft has in store with Outlook 2013. Here are my first impressions after using the new software for a few days.
Hackers breached Yahoo and exposed more than 450,000 passwords, but Yahoo is to blame for making it easy.
The new Google+ app turns the iPad into a powerful mobile video conferencing tool with the addition of Hangouts.
The doubled capacity of Dropbox Pro accounts may seem appealing, but businesses need the administrative and security features of Dropbox for Teams.
Microsoft released nine new security bulletins, including updates to patch an XML flaw actively under attack, and vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer 9.
As with many aspects of Windows, there are some changes in Windows 8 you need to be familiar with if you want to add and manage user accounts.
People have had months of warnings and a plethora of free utilities that take five seconds to verify if their PC has DNSChanger. If they lose access to the Web on Monday, they deserve it.
Microsoft revealed that there will only be four versions of Windows Server 2012, and Small Business Server and Home Server didn't make the cut.
Microsoft plans to publish nine new security bulletins next Tuesday, including an unusual back-to-back update for Internet Explorer.
Speculation of a smaller iPad seems relentless, so I examine the arguments for why it would--or would not--be a good idea.