Evite plans to launch a trio of mobile phone features later this year that would freshen up the online party-planning site, Computerworld reports.
The iPhone's apparently lack of ability to work with MS Exchange servers is giving IT managers pause.
A new survey shows that Vista marketshare doubled from February to March, while Mac OS X share fell for the first time in nine months. Is Vista making a dent in Mac OS X's ascent?
Eric Lai rounds up this year's bunch of April Fools' Day pranks on the Web.
Hardcore gamers are hopping mad about Microsoft Vista's deficiencies in gaming, from crashing on games made for XP to problems with graphics, to a lack of support for new Vista gaming technologies.
Microsoft customers who buy Vista and Office 2007 are now paying more for less support than they got before.
BitTorrent hsa become a popular way for people to steal software, including software not yet available to the general public, such as Microsoft's forthcoming consumer releases of Vista and Office 2007.
Microsoft and AMD's decision to give influential bloggers free PCs is making some in the blogosphere raise claims of payola.
Windows' own development chief said in an internal company e-mail that he would buy a Mac if he wasn't working for Microsoft.
Windows development chief James Allchin says in a blog posting that his comments in a three-year-old e-mail about Vista development going astray were "purposefully dramatic" to drive home a point to fellow Microsoft executives Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer.
Novell is distancing itself from comments made by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer that Linux infringes on Microsoft patents.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer claims that Linux infringes on Microsoft's intellectual property.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts will continue to use Microsoft Office but plans to support the OpenDocument Format (ODF) as well.
Belgium has approved the use of the OpenDocument format as a way to exchange government documents -- another blow to the supremacy of Microsoft Office.
Google plans to launch an online spreadsheet that may encroach on Microsoft's territory with Excel.