Microsoft releases Window 7 operating system
Copies of Microsoft's latest computer operating system Windows 7 are seen on the shelf of an office supply store the day of the program's release in Washington on October 22, 2009. UPI/Alexis C. Glenn
Love it or hate it, technology is here to stay, and this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is the place to see what will be making your life easier -- or more frustrating -- in coming months.
U.S. Internet company Mozilla, a non-profit company, has been set up for an enormous revenue leap with a new deal with Google, sources told Web site AllThingsD.
U.S. software giant Microsoft Corp. said 2012 would mark its last keynote address at Consumer Electronics Association trade show.
U.S. technology giant Microsoft said it is giving away five free phones to consumers who can tell the most horrifying story about a rival operating system.
Malware designed to damage computer systems is being secreted into portable documents commonly known as pdf by cybercriminals whose efforts usually are thwarted by antivirus software.
European users of software that accesses online "data clouds" should have their data privacy rights respected by non-EU nations, a top Brussels official says.
China says it is ready to start work on a novel design for a nuclear reactor with the help of a firm created by Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates.
An online posting from U.S. technology giant Microsoft said upgrades for the game platform Xbox were taking longer than expected.
Microsoft's Xbox Live is poised to reinvent the functions of the set-box that has long been a staple of U.S. television viewing, experts said.
An Amazon Web Services manager and another man died when their small airplane went down on the shore of Lake Huron, the U.S. Coast Guard confirmed Sunday.