Internet Explorer's usability has improved with the latest beta version.
Sun launches free hypervisor, new version of Ops Center and Microsoft partnership.
Redmond sees modeling as a key part of its .NET Framework and is now working with Object Management Group on standards efforts.
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday release contains four critical security fixes.
Microsoft described rollout plans for BizTalk, which can be used to enable service-oriented architectures.
New York City is stepping up its .NET development efforts, but at the same time it is moving aggressively to expand use of open source technology, according to the city's top IT official.
City's top IT official says that its integrating more .NET development but is still looking toward open source.
Paul Cosgrave, commissioner of New York City's Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT), talks about the city's approach to software development in this extended Q&A.
Two proof-of-concept bugs were identified in Google's new Chrome Web browser, which uses WebKit open source code.
Microsoft plans to address remote code execution vulnerabilities in next Tuesday's security patch.
The browser wars heat up as Google launches a challenge to Microsoft.
Use of Microsoft's browser varies per study, with lower adoption rates found in Japan and China.
Create hybrid apps that let your Java programs call native .NET code.
An update to Microsoft's enterprise client protection app is now available.
The latest beta includes features designed to match user 'flow' while surfing the Web, says the IE8 dev team.
Check Point Software updated its Web security software suite.
UrlScan 3.0, a security add-on to Microsoft's IIS Web server, is now available in its Release-to-Web version.
Microsoft plans to invest further in its Novell SuSE Linux interop deal.
Solution adds graphical reporting support for SharePoint users.
Ruling paves the way for Microsoft's Office Open XML-based spec to be released as an international document format standard.