New versions of Microsoft's Windows Server, SQL Server, System Center, Visual Studio and Windows Intune are all on tap, arriving largely by the end of calendar 2013.
Mark Zuckerberg's big-spending ways have slowed the process, but Facebook's bankers are hoping for the SEC's blessing this week.
EPA plans to propose so-called performance standards on greenhouse gas emissions on both new and existing plants beginning in July for power plants and for oil refineries by December.
Company overseeing the tech for the London 2012 Olympic Games reveals how it's warming up in preparation for the starter's gun.
Rumors are on fire with all the potential next-gen iPhone designs. Also this week, we have timetables for the next MacBook releases; get 1,000 free minutes for your AT&T iPhone; and we'll announce our giveaway winners.
Look for more inexpensive laptops, smarter takes on convertibles, and a chance for small desktops to conquer the living room.
Georgie, an app for blind people, is available to download or pre-installed on phones including the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Nokia just made the Lumia 610 official, and the budget Windows Phone handset will be here in the spring.
Automotive News reports on Nissan's production plans for the Leaf.
Google Maps for Android has been updated to version 5.5. We gave it a try at so here's what you can expect from the new update.