Adobe has launched the beta version of its new media player, using the same format and streaming technology seen in YouTube and other video sharing sites.
In a bid to steal back some of the thunder that Google's online apps have taken, Microsoft has announced it is working on a Web-based extension to its Office software suite.
Microsoft has announced it will continue to sell Windows XP for five months longer than it originally expected, because of customer feedback.
Forget web 2.0, here comes browser 2.0. At the Demofall 07 conference in San Diego, we were given a very nice demonstration of Space Time’s 3D browser. Forget tabbed browsing, this browser puts all the pages into 3D tiles and then you zoom through them. For eBay and YouTube addicts, this browser is a godsend, as you can see in our video.
A recently unearthed glitch in Microsoft's newest version of Excel sometimes shows the wrong answer for a specific kind of equation.
Virtual operating system applications like VMWare, Microsoft’s Virtual PC and Linux Xen have been around for ages, but startup Qumranet claims its Solid Ice product can do things cheaper, faster and prettier.
Opinion – SCO's battle against Linux is coming to an end, as SCO is currently counted down like a boxer who is realizing that he just may have lost his last fight and it's time to quit. But there are several loose ends to the SCO-Linux story, one of them being how Rob Enderle ended up in the middle of this battle. TG Daily asked him to reflect on the events from a few years ago and last week. Here is what he has to say.
Adobe has launched Premiere Elements 4 and Photoshop Elements 6 today, the latest versions in the respective media editing software lines.
Microsoft has reportedly begun offering a downgrade option to PC makers who want to allow their customers to have the option of using XP over the pre-installed Vista software.
Intel's final day of keynotes brought home both the software side and a future vision for the interconnected user. Intel asks us if we're ready for the 3D Web.
Analyst Opinion - One thing you learn over time is if you get a government agency involved in a competitive dispute, the outcome may not be what you expect and the amount of time to get some sort of a result may exceed your companies’ lifetime.
IBM is getting more aggressive in the productivity software arena and is challenging Microsoft with Lotus Symphony, a free office software package that includes three applications covering word processing, presentation creation and spreadsheets.
Google has launched a beta version of Presentations, a Web-based clone of Microsoft Powerpoint.>> In Pictures: Google Presentations
Google has released a statement praising the ISO (International Organization for Standardization) for not approving the new Open Office XML standard.