Microsoft is conducting a second round of layoffs today, after announced a plan to reduce its workforce by 18,000.
Millennials in the U.S. may spend more time on Skype than they do on WhatsApp, but the VoIP service still has a long way to go to become the dominant player.
If you’ve got concerns about Google’s respect for your privacy, you can now buy anti-Google merchandise to prove it. From Microsoft.
More BS from the world of Klout. Today, Microsoft’s Bing search engine announced it was going to expose more people to Klout’s worthlessness.
The latest on your privacy, the NSA’s PRISM project, and how the tech companies want to protect it better.
Microsoft has unveiled an iPhone app that lets you open, create and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files on the go. But here’s the catch: You have to be a subscriber to its productivity suite, Office 365.
Bing users can now interact with Facebook posts directly from the search engine’s social sidebar, Microsoft said today.
Apple is the dominant maker of smartphones sold in the United States, and its operating system continues to hold its ground against Android, according to data released today by comScore.
Klout, purveyor of a social networking influence score, and Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, announced a partnership today that will display a user’s score in response to Bing queries about him or her and will factor in the number and type of queries as part of generating that score.
The social discovery app Sonar has received funding from Bing Fund, Sonar and Microsoft said today..