Apple may have sold 3 million iPhone 4 units, but over 160,000 Android-powered devices are activated each day - at an approximate rate of two smartphones per second.
Microsoft originally said that new owners of Windows 7 who wanted to downgrade to XP would only have until 2011 to do so, but now the company has changed its mind and extended support for the old operating system until 2020.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has confirmed plans to sedate the restless masses with a veritable smorgasbord of Windows-powered tablets by the end of 2010.
After a better-than-expected initial reception to its latest cloud computing project, Microsoft is expanding its beta program for Intune to include 10,000 more users.
Google's Chrome has placed last in a Windows-based HTML 5 drag race that pitted the browser against Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer.
Microsoft has introduced yet another mobile operating system targeted at businesses and enterprise users.
Are Macs inherently more secure than PCs? Well, not according to cybersecurity analyst Hemanshu Nigam - who claims that OS X suffers from just "as many vulnerabilities" as Windows.
Google is reportedly adding support for legacy PC apps to its upcoming web-based Chrome operating system.
Were you looking forward to purchasing an adult entertainment app for your brand, spanking new Windows 7 phone?
Well, too bad, because Microsoft has declared its Windows Phone 7 marketplace a "porn-free" zone.
No, this article isn't accusing Microsoft Windows of being a scam. *Cough*
Logitech has debuted a new line of HD webcams that offer 720p for video calls over Skype, Yahoo, Windows Live Messenger and Gmail Voice/Video Chat.
Apple has released the newest version of its Internet browser, Safari 5, which claims to have a "30 percent performance increase over Safari 4."
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is confident that Windows will successfully power a "new breed" of touchscreen tablet PCs.
A 64-bit iteration of Mozilla's Firefox browser for Windows has been spotted in the wild.
Does Google's wildly popular Android mobile OS pose a clear and present danger to Microsoft Windows?
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has opined that Android - rather than Windows - will power the majority of next-gen tablet devices.
Google has reportedly decided that Windows is just too much of a security risk, and is dumping the Microsoft operating system.
Hitachi-LG has debuted an optical-SSD (ODD/SSD) hybrid drive at Computex 2010.
MSI is currently showcasing its $500 WindPad 100 tablet at Computex 2010.
Can Google's Android strategy be compared to Microsoft's tactical offensive against Apple in the late 1980s?