Developers get copies of Windows 7 and a spacious portable hard drive, and give mixed reviews after playing with the new operating system at Microsoft's professional developer conference.
Microsoft Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie introduces Microsoft's operating system in the cloud to thousands of developers gathered in Los Angeles.
roundup Developers get a full rundown on the cloud-based Azure OS and some tidbits about Microsoft's next browser, along with a beta of Office 2010.
CNET has a look as one developer at the Microsoft PDC gathering in Los Angeles unboxes an Acer laptop, which were given to most attendees.
At its developer conference, Microsoft shows off the fourth generation of its data center design as it moves toward Azure and the cloud.
At the Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles, Microsoft talks about Office 2010, shows Silverlight 4, and shares the first details on Internet Explorer 9.
Microsoft to talk broadly about plans for the next browser, but won't offer a preview version or announce a rumored move to the WebKit engine, CNET has learned.
A key developer conference this week will reveal just how much progress Ray Ozzie has made in his efforts to remake Redmond for the cloud computing era.
After next Tuesday, Microsoft will only officially support its latest two versions of the Office for Mac suite.
Check out CNET News' live coverage of Ray Ozzie's day 2 keynote at the Professional Developer Conference in Los Angeles.