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.
New and Noteworthy: Firefox runs on Intel Macs; First Albany raises Apple earnings estimates; more
Obama stumps in Albany, N.Y., calling for bringing back manufacturing back to jobs to the U.S. -- or "insourcing."
New & Noteworthy: Albany store video; Formac ADC LCD; MiniCD-R/W; Lower prices on Pioneer DVR-A03; more
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.
The carrier's goal is to reach 270 million people by year's end.
A longtime customer of Samsung, Apple is reportedly looking at other companies to also manufacture its iPhone and iPad chips.