Microsoft issued its monthly security patch, addressing four critical fixes and two important ones.
The foundation overseeing the Firefox browser wants to help the European Commission in its complaint against Microsoft.
Google has licensed a patent from Microsoft that will allow synchronization of Exchange Server and the popular Gmail service.
NCover Inc. is releasing version 3.0 this week of its flagship code coverage analysis tooling for .NET.
Microsoft expects to fix Internet Explorer, SQL Server and Visio in its upcoming February security patch.
Execs said that two security changes will be implemented in the Release Candidate version of the OS.
DynaTrace Software this week upgraded its platform to allow developers to monitor, test and troubleshoot globally distributed SOA-based applications.
A report predicts that despite layoffs, IT salaries may weather 2009's general economic downturn.
Microsoft has released Semblio SDK version 1, a new tool for education developers that's designed to aid in the creation of interactive learning materials.
The source code for Microsoft's Web Sandbox is now available under an open license.
OEMs may have to provide browser choice when Microsoft Windows is distributed in European Union countries.
Microsoft is giving private testers access to a near final build of Service Pack 2 for Vista and Windows Server 2008.
Microsoft's newest OS has added to the U.S. Department of Justice's compliance testing burden.
Microsoft today made available RC1 of its ASP.NET Model View Controller, a design pattern for test-driven development of enterprise-scale Web applications.
The iPhone and Google's Android mobile platforms are cutting into the market for devices based on Windows Mobile.
Microsoft is giving the general public more time to get and test its latest operating system.
Web developers can get their hands on a near final version of Microsoft's browser to test site compatibility.
Redmond tells security group how to disable AutoRun in Windows.
A tool to help add Microsoft solutions for Web application development is publicly available.
Many open source software developers seem to be choosing the Internet cloud as a point of distribution.