AMD has announced the initial lineup for its (first) June 2011 Fusion Developer Summit in Bellevue, Washington.
It seems that even Microsoft may be growing weary of the infamous Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) associated with its Windows operating system.
Microsoft and Sony are reportedly preparing to kick off a new console cycle in 2014.
However, Nintendo will likely launch its next-gen console two years earlier in 2012.
Microsoft has changed the way it promotes titles on its "Xbox Live Indie Games" channel.
We knew it was only a matter of time, yet it's a huge story nevertheless.
Most game developers just want to see their name on a top-selling title. This company has a little something more in its sights.
If you're feeling fruity, this mobile operating system upgrade is designed for you.
Microsoft is sitting on tons of cash. So maybe the wealthy corporation wouldn't notice if just a little tiny bit "went missing?"
Microsoft is showcasing the next version of its Windows Phone SDK at MIX11.
Yes, this comes just weeks after Internet Explorer 9 was released.
The increasingly popular "freemium" business model for mobile and PC games may be coming to the Xbox 360 in a big way.
Google was recently caught by the DOJ and outed by Microsoft for not having FISMA (Federal Information Security Management Act) certification on its Google Apps for Government platform.
Microsoft will be hosting "boot camp" training sessions on Windows Phone 7 this week.
A Windows Phone homebrew coder has axed a utility that attempted to install unreleased updates to WP7 devices.
Microsoft is apparently debating how quickly it should open retail stores.
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 (IE 9) claims to conserve power in ways that no other modern browsers have before.
Microsoft and Toyota have teamed up in a $12 million deal to bring a range of internet services to Toyota cars.
Part of Microsoft's problem over the past decade has been one of image and marketing.
Amazon.com, one of the most recognizable names in e-commerce, is considering introducing NFC payments that would allow customers to purchase Amazon goods in real-life stores.
You may have never heard of it but the Israeli startup Conduit has half as many users as Facebook, more users than LinkedIn and Twitter, and it’s for sale.