As the sun sets on Scott McNealy's reign at Sun Microsystems, hopes on the company's future are pinned on McNealy's replacement, Jonathan Schwartz.
A Massachusetts judge has blocked Microsoft’s subpoena of Novell for documents to be used in the EU antitrust case.
An appeals court ruled that consumers who purchased Microsoft software indirectly cannot sue the software company in federal court for antitrust claims.
IP attorneys said a patent suit Lucent has brought against Microsoft could result in an injunction that could disrupt the distribution of the Xbox 360.
EBay extends its reach into social networking with an investment in Meetup.com.
Microsoft is set to rival Google's academic search with the release of Windows Live Academic Search later today.
San Francisco has chosen Google and Earthlink to provide citywide WiFi.
Corel is going public in the U.S. and Canada.
Lucent Technologies Inc. has filed suit against Microsoft Corp. for patent infringement over technology used in its Xbox 360 game console.
Microsoft has reshuffled its Platforms & Services division into eight groups in the wake of another Vista delay.
Microsoft has pushed back Windows Vista's general release to 2007.
Samsung is showing off the first device developed around Microsoft's Origami Project at Cebit.
Microsoft has asked U.S. courts to force Sun, Oracle, IBM and Novell to produce documents in its EU antitrust case.
The EFF filed suit against AT&T Tuesday for collaborating with an NSA program to intercept customers' Internet and telephone communications.
Microsoft reported the highest quarterly revenue in company history, but fell slightly shy of analysts’ revenue expectations.