Application lifecycle management tools maker Borland Software CEO Tod Nielsen has left the company to join VMware as chief operating officer.
A hand-on preview of Windows 7 Beta 1.
New PC buyers may be able to get a free OS upgrade from Windows Vista, if a leaked memo proves true.
Beta 1 of Microsoft's latest operating system is apparently available on the Web.
Redmond continues to investigate a new zero-day bug affecting popular database application SQL Server.
Despite progress by Microsoft, the economy could put projects lacking quick ROI at risk.
Developers can now access technical materials describing how Microsoft implements ODF in Office 2007 SP2.
The Plex 6.1 model-driven dev tool now includes additional Microsoft .NET functionality.
Microsoft reacted quickly to a vulnerability in Internet Explorer by issuing an out-of-cycle fix.
Microsoft released a beta version of its Code Analysis Tool and Anti-Cross Site Scripting Library for developers.
The head of Microsoft's Internet Explorer team described how developers can prepare for IE8's general release.
Microsoft ratcheted up its product support for SQL Server 2005 by releasing Service Pack 3 (SP3) on Monday, along with SP3 Cumulative Update 1.
The trial will test management tools to be used with a future business intelligence implementation of Microsoft SQL Server.
A "critical" security hole in Internet Explorer will not be fixed until sometime in 2009.
Sun Microsystems joins Microsoft and Adobe in the RIA race with the launch of its JavaFX runtime, platform and development tools.
Company releases its latest custom database APIs to optimize .NET applications.
A security contest found more bugs in Google Chrome and Firefox than in Microsoft's IE8 browser.
The search giant is testing the secure execution of Web code natively on x86-based machines.
Bob Kelly described Microsoft's pursuit of a "$400 billion plus" server and tools market.
Microsoft found vulnerabilities galore to fix in its final scheduled security patch for the year.