Wozniak was invited on a speaking engagement to help inspire the company's engineers.
Microsoft's brand power has been in sharp decline over the past four years, an indication the company is losing credibility and mindshare with U.S. business users, according to a recent study by market research firm CoreBrand.
Apple's teasing commercials that imply their software is safer than Microsoft's may not quite match the facts, according to new research.
More than charity lies behind Microsoft and Intel's announcement this week that they will donate US$20 million to a pair of U.S. colleges in the hope of spurring advances in parallel, or multicore, programming research, as a Microsoft research scientist readily acknowledged.
Google continued to increase its share of the U.S. search market in February, widening the gap that Microsoft hopes to fill by buying Yahoo.
Dell is primed to enter the cell-phone market with a smartphone, but it will need an "iPhone killer" to make a dent in the market, analysts said.
Could Silverlight be the next Microsoft technology to work on the iPhone? Don't bet on it anytime soon, said Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
The financial magazine put the Apple CEO’s net worth at $5.4 billion in its annual list of the world’s richest people; Bill Gates lost his first place position after 13 years at the top.
Sony Ericsson, LG and Samsung have all caught "iPhoneitis," joining in on one of the hottest trends at the Mobile World Congress -- touch-based user interfaces.
Microsoft has cleared the lower-priced versions of Windows Vista for use with virtualization programs such as Parallels Desktop and VMWare Fusion.
New rules in the US from Jan 1 will prohibit air passengers from packing spare laptop batteries in their checked luggage.
AOL will end support for Netscape browsers on Feb. 1, 2008.
The pressure's on for this year's Consumer Electronics Show not to get overshadowed by Macworld Expo, after the iPhone grabbed the spotlight from last year's event.
Elizabeth Montalbano's new iPhone has changed the way she lives.
Stragglers and tightwads boosted online sales last week.
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