The high-tech stuffed animal robot dubbed Huggable uses Microsoft software to connect with kids and medical patients.
This June, look for at least one bug a day in Google, Yahoo, and the rest of the gang.
Microsoft issued a call to hardware manufacturers to continue supplying device drivers for its latest operating system Windows Vista.
Microsoft is moving to 64-bit server operating systems after Windows Server 2008, company execs say at WinHEC, praising the increased performance and security of the new hardware.
With virtualization fairly well established in the data center as a way to squeeze more out of x86 servers, top vendors, industry watchers and customers have started to turn more attention to getting that same type of potential ...
IBM launched its new virtual IBM Business Center, providing IBM and its clients with a way to conduct business, gather information and form relationships.
A partnership between SAP and Microsoft is aimed at simplifying and accelerating the adoption of SQL Server 2005 and optimizing it for the SAP Business Suite.
Semiconductor company Broadcom announced today that its line of Intensi-fi routers has received certification for Draft 2.0 of the 802.11n spec by the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Beginning today, Google is starting down a path toward integrating search information from previously disparate sources like books, Web sites, video, maps, news, and more.
Changes will dig important information out of the pages and put them up top.