The stock jumps 6 percent after a Goldman Sachs analyst raises her rating to a "Buy" and expresses some hope for BlackBerry 10.
Want to take your Outlook calendar events on the road? You don't need Microsoft Exchange to do it. Take to the cloud, Google's cloud.
The WriteThat.name plug-in transfers contact info from e-mail signatures to the Outlook address book.
Microsoft is looking for developers to "think different" when developing apps for Office 2013 and SharePoint 2013 and their respective Stores.
Oracle surpassed Wall Street expectations with non-GAAP earnings of 62 cents a share on a revenue of $9.1 billion.
Detroit plant that makes the plug-in hybrids will shut for four weeks starting in June to allow for retooling and other changes on the assembly line for the 2012 model year.
You may or may not be a hybrid fan today, but by 2040 there's a one in two chance you'll be driving one.
Automotive News reports on how Mercedes-Benz will continue to be able to offer large, luxury cars in an era of increasingly mandated fuel economy.
As part of its quest to get business customers to move their e-mail services to Google, the company has come up with a way to sync Outlook clients and Gmail servers.
Use privacy-enhancing browser add-ons, a DNS-filter service, clear your browser cache and cookies on exit, sign out of services when not in use, and forward Webmail to a pop/imap account. Find out how.