New server operating system focuses on cloud and multiple device management, says Microsoft
Popular Samsung smartphones added to list of largely obsolete phones originally cited
Binding arbitration and class action waivers must be agreed to in order to keep using online services
Oracle could also succeed in $1.3bn jury award being reinstated
As hoovering up IP and suing tech firms becomes a recognised business model, the UK is taking steps to keep the so-called patent trolls at bay
How much longer will contract manufacturers like Foxconn remain in the shadow of the West's tech giants?
Are the likes of Apple, Dell and HP in danger of suffering the same fate as bicycle maker Schwinn, whose business was irreparably damaged when its contract manufacturer in Taiwan decided to beat the US firm at its own game?
Redmond-based firm concedes that Surface tablet will damage its relationship with its ecosystem
Ovum analyst claims Microsoft's licensing costs are putting off phone manufacturers
VBA upgrade steals the show in new Office enterprise reveal
Canadian-EU trade deal revealed to include rejected ACTA legislation in all but name
Enterprise and Small Business are gone, but what remains is 'simpler' says company
Much-criticised Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement thrown out by MEPs
European Court of Justice: EULAs prohibiting software resale unenforceable
Dairy Crest drops Cisco and Nortel and goes for the udder guys in new deal
Stringent data use contracts make search engine giant the 'frenemy'
Oracle's Fusion strategy in the spotlight as a former executive warns that the enterprise giant is struggling to remain relevant - despite its new cloud focus
Unlike businesses, government will see minimal price hikes for licensing
Adjustments to UK pricing will mean big increases for everyone else
Deal buys Zuckerberg a bulk of the $1bn AOL portfolio Microsoft bought a fortnight ago. But away from the grandstanding, Facebook's Q1 profits have fallen
Battle lines drawn in $1bn copyright suggest Oracle has a case, but it is not watertight
This week Microsoft spent $1bn purchasing patents from AOL, and its rivals have been making similar investments recently. But this flexing of corporate muscle is potentially bad for innovation
Given the hassle proprietary document formats cause, it's a mystery why so many users still use them