Ozzie joins two other directors as the company expands its board to a dozen members.
Author George R.R. Martin writes on a DOS word processor, so it makes sense to watch "Game of Thrones" with a 8-bit soundtrack and sound effects, right?
Unhappy with the official ending for this week's episode of "Game of Thrones," one fan re-created it the way we all wanted it to go down.
Following the great, if not successful, tech tradition of Mark Cuban and Steve Wozniak, Bill Nye will be joining Snooki to strut his stuff.
Chris Barrett, Google Glass explorer, gets a rock band's minor figure to wear his glasses. He calls it "the most amazing night of my life." Oh.
Speaking at the GeekWire Summit, Microsoft's former chief software architect also sheds little new light on his startup, Cocomo.
The former chief software architect at Microsoft and Lotus Notes creator is assembling a team for a company to make a new communications product for social interaction.
Ozzie did a lot to tilt Microsoft toward the cloud, but his departure raises questions over who will be responsible for the company's next big technological shift.
The electronics retailer hopes to use the big game to drum up mobile sales by offering a short-term deal with $50 gift cards for smartphone buyers.
The outgoing software architect urges Microsoft to keep adapting to a world of continuous services and connected devices and not hold too tightly to a past defined by its PC software.