The first cell-phone based on Google's Android platform went on sale Tuesday evening in San Francisco ahead of the start of sales across the U.S. on Wednesday.
Microsoft is the only company in a position to challenge Google in online search, CEO Steve Ballmer told attendees at a Silicon Valley event Thursday night. And the Microsoft CEO had observations about Apple as well.
VMware will bring a new version of its VirtualCenter management software to Linux and the iPhone, its CTO said Wednesday.
Yahoo faced criticism from shareholders over the failed Microsoft deal at its annual stockholder meeting Friday.
Facebook showed off a new service that lets people apply their Facebook profile to other Web sites.
Westinghouse said on Friday it will use Green Plug's "universal power adapter" technology in its future LCD TVs.
Yahoo announced that it will begin running advertising from Google.
Microsoft has raised the possibility of a new deal with Yahoo, one that may involve buying part of the company but not all of it.
Yahoo responded to Carl Icahn’s threat to unseat its board, saying its own board members are “the best and most qualified” to handle its affairs.
Yahoo has made no decision about Microsoft’s takeover bid and is considering a wide range of alternatives, CEO Jerry Yang told staff in an e-mail Wednesday.
Microsoft has cleared the lower-priced versions of Windows Vista for use with virtualization programs such as Parallels Desktop and VMWare Fusion.
Mitchell Baker has stepped down as the CEO of Mozilla Corporation and named John Lilly, chief operating officer, as the new CEO.
New rules in the US from Jan 1 will prohibit air passengers from packing spare laptop batteries in their checked luggage.
Opera’s antitrust complaint may bring tougher remedies on Microsoft than the earlier case involving media players.
The French designer Philippe Starck proclaimed Amazon's Kindle e-book reader "almost modern" but "a bit sad."