The software giant ramps up its support for HTML5 as the best way to create advanced graphics on the Web.
With the next version of its browser, Redmond plans to deepen its commitment to HTML5 and "push the boundaries of what developers can do on the Web."
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore offers a mea culpa regarding his apparent indifference to customer frustrations over Windows Phone 7 updates.
The software giant didn't immediately encourage hackers tinkering with its motion-sensing game controller. Now, it plans a PC-specific Kinect to spark new uses for the gadget.
When Windows developers get their hands on the code for the motion-sensing system, we could see gesture touch everything from Office applications to computer monitors.
A promotion launched this week for Internet Explorer 9 lets anyone design their own Pac-Man level and to connect that level to a global map of others' creations. Let the fun begin.
The software giant shows the ability for people to multitask; demonstrates Spotify and Qantas apps; and announces Angry Birds launch date.
The software giant gives developers tools to create applications that use voice and gestures for its ubiquitous Windows operating system.
Industry blogger Eldar Murtazin thinks Nokia's first two Windows Phone smart phones will be based on the X7 and N8, and could be out by the end of 2011.
Two years ago Cisco bought a little video camera maker. Today it's letting it go, sniff sniff. Also lots of legal laffs today: The Winklevii refuse to give up; Microsoft calls out Google on Federal approval of Google Apps; and a blogger hits HuffPo with class-action suit. Plus, future Macbooks to be made from bicycles?