'Windows Graph is the glue between all your devices which makes it all happen'. And for the first time, 'Windows PCs will love all your devices'
Microsoft releases emergency patch to fix severe remote-code execution flaw that exploits Windows' own anti-virus engine
Microsoft acts quickly following disclosure by Google's Project Zero bug-hunters
Windows 10 users driven mad by driver issues
Microsoft 'officialises' unofficial Windows 10 updates policy
Five SAP Security Notes rated "high priority" by ERPScan
'The whole Mir hate-fest boggled my mind - it's free software that does something invisible really well,' wrote Shuttleworth
First Apple, now Microsoft: platform 'controllers' crack down on emulators
Windows 10 may be struggling, but at least Windows XP looks to be going the way of Windows Vista
Paint 3D and new security improvements coming soon
Apple launch greeted with more of a shrug than the usual fever pitch of excitement
Wikileaks attaches strings to promise to disclose security flaws to Apple, Google and Microsoft before publishing new documents
Wikileaks demands that companies promise to fix flaws abused by the CIA within 90-days of disclosure
Samsung's new flagship is coming at the end of the month. But will it be good enough to take on the iPhone 7?
Julian Assange offers to work with tech giants to help them patch exploited software before Wikileaks publishes more leaked CIA documents
Qualcomm Centriq features up to 48 64-bit ARMv8 cores - and is much cheaper than Intel, according to Microsoft
Google ups bug-bounty payments ceiling by one-third, while Microsoft offers a max of $15,000
Free software evangelist John Gilmore to Torvalds in 2005: "SHA1 has been broken..."
Microsoft asked to explain how private data from Windows 10 users is processed
No company too big, or too small, to be "security shamed" by Google
Microsoft wants Windows Insider Program for Business to give the company an enterprise view of Windows 'previews'
APT28/Pawn Storm/Fancy Bear Russian hacking group turns its talents to MacOS users
South Korean regulator suspects Google of stifling mobile operating system competition
City of Munich plans to shift back 100 per cent to "industry standard" Microsoft software
Certificate authorities trusted by Microsoft all independently audited, claims company