With Microsoft ignoring iOS and Android, the market for mobile office software is left to small vendors like QuickOffice.
Microsoft launched Office 365 to the world this week, but the company's cloud product development is by no means complete. But don't look for dedicated applications for the iPhone and Android or a more complete browser-based experience for Office Web Apps.
Microsoft's new Server & Tools president says cloud computing is another opportunity the software giant can exploit just as it did with the birth of the PC.
Tech's big hitters debate whether HTML5 is the future and ask if developers should build websites or apps.
Microsoft has little if any influence over Skype until the acquisition is final, and has few good reasons to limit Skype's ability to work with third-party products.
Apple's iOS has more than doubled its market share in the past 10 months.
A new look into Google's data centers shows extensive security measures and the destruction of old hard drives to prevent leakage of customer data.
Microsoft, Apple, EMC and Oracle are continuing to pursue a deal for Novell's patents that will let the four companies split the patents four ways and immunize themselves from any potential lawsuits.
Microsoft can top iPhone sales, as long as it keeps the price low, Network World's Jon Brodkin argues.
Seven out of 10 Android and iOS apps that contain open source "failed to comply with basic open source license requirements," according to a new analysis.
The VMware View client for iPad is now available from the App Store.
Six months after leaving Microsoft to join desktop virtualization vendor Parallels, executive Birger Steen has been promoted to CEO.
Microsoft evangelist Tim Sneath fired off a blog post that mocks Google's decision to remove H.264 support from Chrome in favor of the WebM video codec.
Google is continuing its push for business customers by adding IT-friendly features to its Web browser, Chrome.