More than half of the almost 1,000 IT pros surveyed by InformationWeek say that their companies are planning to migrate to Windows 8.
Microsoft is hurting profits by winning the Netbook battle, a battle that Canonical's Ubuntu is about to make much harder.
Microsoft has a far deeper problem with Vista than it had originally expected.
A new law in Europe protects all citizens from the evils of cookies. Instead of relying on people to operate their own browsers, Europe now requires all Web sites to notify users that they will set cookies.
Microsoft seems to be comfortable in its desktop dominance, but a recent survey suggests that people would buy even more from it if Microsoft would just open up.
There's no way we'd bait the IOC like that, knowing how notoriously aggressive they are about controlling their content. They hardly want anyone to see it. That's why it's all Vista only this year.
In today's show, we learn that the future lets us print our own drugs, and robots will drive our sailboats for us. Sailboats? Sailboats.
Oh snap, as they say. Palm has decided to get all vague in Apple's face about patents. Molly's back and she's hazelnut brown. And we determine that tech is, in fact, pretty sucky. All that and more, if you can get your sucky tech to work long enough to
Microsoft to fix Vista woes through marketing.
At least in Taiwan, the Linux version of the Asus Eee PC is very popular among housewives and students. Meanwhile geeks want the Windows XP version. Also on the show today Microsoft finally declares war on Apple's advertisements.