Microsoft's position as the dominant provider of software to consumers is at risk. Here are five reasons why.
Google's move to start integrating Google+ users’ public posts into the search engine’s social search results is a smart move, as Google tries to siphon users away from Facebook and other services.
Microsoft continues to pour billions into its Online Services Division with no payback in sight. Why?
It's been an expensive battle, but Microsoft is moving beyond the features war with a new bag of tricks to challenge the search king.
The Internet search wars could soon heat up as word of Microsoft Bing innovations leak out.
Give your thumbs a rest: These eight apps let you search the Web, make a restaurant reservation, update your Facebook status, or send a text--all by voice.
There are too many powerful competitors on the social Web landscape for Twitter to be making enemies. If Bing bails on social search and Google decides not to come back, social search essentially ceases to exist.
Microsoft's deal with China may add some revenue to its bottom line, but it makes Microsoft a willing partner in abetting China's strict Internet censorship. The deal is wrong and Microsoft should abandon it.