In addition to releasing the first full version of AIR, its tool for bringing the same functionality of rich Internet applications to the desktop, Adobe also revealed companies who are using AIR and its related tools to develop business and consumer applications.
In a major turnaround for Microsoft, the company Thursday promised "greater transparency" in its development and business practices.
Microsoft said its offer to acquire Yahoo is "fair" and hinted that it may even attempt a hostile takeover of the company.
Microsoft may end up having to raise the amount it is willing to pay for Yahoo if the software company's stock continues to drop while Yahoo's continues to rise.
Microsoft’s $44.6 billion offer to buy Yahoo could backfire for both companies if the Redmond, Wash.-based software giant doesn’t learn from the past.
Microsoft has offered to buy Yahoo for around US$44.6 billion in cash and shares, to better compete with Google in the market for online services.
Music industry executives say the industry needs to change if they want to keep up with a market increasingly controlled by consumers.
Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang's message of keeping things simple for the company's home page was reflected in the keynote he gave Monday at CES.
Despite rumors to the contrary, Microsoft did not unveil an Xbox console with HD DVD capabilities built-in at CES, and has no plans to do so in the future, according to an executive in Microsoft's entertainment business.
The Microsoft chairman shows his sense of humor is intact in final CES keynote appearance.
A recently granted patent reveals Apple's plans to create a docking station for an as-yet unidentified ultramobile computer.
Elizabeth Montalbano's new iPhone has changed the way she lives.
Adobe reported a strong finish to the year, with both revenue and profit for its fourth quarter up more than 20 percent.
Savvy entrepreneurs have found a way to capitalize on the iPod by providing customized playlists to hip businesses that want to project a certain ambience to their clientele.
Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen will leave his post at the end of the month, with Shantanu Narayen taking over on Dec. 1.