Vodafone has set stakes in the Silicon Valley, hoping that the Bay Area's fertile tech soil will bear startup fruit.
Come along as we delve into the halls and labs of PARC, a West Coast center of research and development.
We take stock of some recent developments of note regarding Microsoft's hush-hush "Midori" operating system project.
Games from abroad won't work on a UK Xbox One, but we will have three times the console's storage in the cloud.
Both companies hail from Microsoft's home state of Washington and will get access to its technology assets and expertise, as well as its funding.
CEO Steve Ballmer's reorg memo from last week is worth a closer look. There are some interesting hints about Microsoft's plans for rumored business intelligence, data curation, and meeting technologies.
Microsoft's decision to cancel its innovative Courier tablet computer a year and a half ago reverberates today, as the software giant plots strategy to catch the market-leading iPad.
There was plenty of innovation in Microsoft's ill-fated Courier tablet. The project ultimately died when Microsoft decided to bet solely on Windows for tablet computing.
The Microsoft Visual C++ team has built a Windows 8 app that takes much of its inspiration and code from Redmond's never-realized Courier dual-screen tablet.
The software giant says that the four-month program will help early stage startups improve their businesses. Microsoft will not require equity stake in any of the firms.