Last week both Microsoft and Apple released new input devices: a puck and a bar. We'll see if the tortoise beats the hare or the puck trumps the bar in the years ahead.
Cloud-based services, inexpensive hardware and a vastly improved Microsoft OS are all making it harder to justify the Apple tax you pay for elegance and ease-of-use.
At its recent BUILD conference, software giant Microsoft showed off Windows 10 and a new browser. Has it finally found its groove, or is it a desperate wannabe consumer brand?
Microsoft is suffering on the PC and hardware side, and Apple's in bed with arch-rival IBM. What's going on in this topsy-turvy world?
On April 8 Microsoft ends support for Windows XP. It's time to move to GNU/Linux and software freedom!
Microsoft, Google, Netflix and the BBC have teamed up in an attempt to build Digital Restrictions Management into core web standards. This move is a serious threat to the free and open web.
David J. Climenhaga
If another recession hits, it's hard to see how the newspaper business as we have known it can survive for long.
Corporations and patent lawyers are scooping up thousands of software patents on ideas they have no intention of developing. This is why you should care.