Wireless reseller US Mobile intended to sell phones from one of the world's hottest startups, but had to pull back. Why?
It's probably not a wholly accurate description, but to call Mix conference for "the new Microsoft" doesn't seem that far off.
Silverlight and IE 8 top the technology agenda at Redmond's Mix '08 developer event in Las Vegas. Broader release of IE 8 coming this summer Microsoft looking for a Silverlight bullet Ozzie outlines Microsoft's cloud strategy
Microsoft's chief software architect makes one of his rare public appearances, opening his Mix '08 talk with comments--but no new details--on Microsoft's Yahoo bid.
Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie to give developers the latest word on the future of the Web and Microsoft software at the Mix '08 conference in Las Vegas.
At Mix '08, Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer confirms that his company is looking at supporting Blu-ray disc.
At Mix '08, CEO talks about how Microsoft will integrate disparate technologies from Danger and Yahoo, assuming it can pull off the latter deal.
At Mix '08, company talks about how it will use Microsoft's Web video technology to offer 2,200 hours of programming at the Beijing Olympics--both streamed live and on-demand.
Chief software architect told the Mix '08 developer crowd, "I'd like you to bet on us, and on the power of Internet and the magic of software across a world of devices." In other words, join the Silverlight revolution and Microsoft's cloud.
At Mix '08 Web conference, company to offer look at development platform it's working on for writing Web applications that tap into data on Microsoft services.