Microsoft continues to pour billions into its Online Services Division with no payback in sight. Why?
Many of the arguments against social networking that apply to Facebook don't carry over to Google+. It looks like Google has another home run on its hands
Steve Ballmer's 11-year stint as Microsoft's CEO must come to an end someday. But when? And how? Here's our best guess
A spate of breaches has business users scrambling to check if passwords have been compromised. If only basic security measures had been followed...
Online file storage and sharing site Dropbox admits that it can see the data you've stored. Oops...
Still stinging from a Google engineer's untimely disclosure of zero-day attack code, Microsoft leads the way for responsible disclosure.
Analysis: Microsoft is bragging that it has licensed 350 million copies of Windows 7, but that number doesn't even keep up with the total number of PCs sold.
With Chrome 10, IE 9, and Firefox 4 available, all hands are on the table. In spite of what you may have read, Firefox isn't folding
Recent events in Japan have spawned thousands of scams. Here's how to fight these cyber criminals
With $1B reportedly changing hands, this alliance has 'desperation' written all over it. If Windows Phone goes down the tubes, Microsoft loses a few hundred million but Nokia loses the farm.
With two frighteningly similar online mail failures in the past two months, Microsoft and Google both had a chance to show us their mettle.
Microsoft's marketing strategy for selling Windows 7 tablets to iPad-leaning enterprises proves, once again, Redmond doesn't get it.
Analysis: What does Microsoft's handling of Hotmail problems foretell about Office 365?
In a profound (and to many, troubling) reflection on the resiliency of the Web, WikiLeaks has emerged stronger than ever.
Analysis: Few heads will turn at the sight of a Chrome OS netbook, but the technology represents a radical departure from techniques of recent years.