Here's what is likely to be added in the Valentine's Day event.
Obama stumps in Albany, N.Y., calling for bringing back manufacturing back to jobs to the U.S. -- or "insourcing."
Microsoft's subscription plan is yet another lame attempt at a market that the company has already missed out on.
No, it's not getting into New York state politics. Rather the company has launched testing for a new consumer product, which may or may not be its ad-funded version of Works.
In this week's EIC Squared podcast, Larry Dignan and I discuss Google's uplifting quarter, the mysterious Mac clone and Microsoft's hybrid software strategy.
Microsoft expects more than 800,000 people to experience Windows 7 through the Tupperware-style parties. Here's a look at one such event at a church in Albany, Ga.
"Albany," due to launch later this year, bundles Office, Windows Live OneCare, and various free Windows Live services into one subscription product.
New and Noteworthy: Firefox runs on Intel Macs; First Albany raises Apple earnings estimates; more
AMD, IBM, Micron and Infineon, as well as the University at Albany, are allocating more than $580 million toward the effort.
New & Noteworthy: Albany store video; Formac ADC LCD; MiniCD-R/W; Lower prices on Pioneer DVR-A03; more