Microsoft Corp.’s foray into the tablet computer market resulted in a large write-down for the April-June quarter, and a poor reception for Windows 8 contributed to a drop in operating system...
Microsoft's sweeping re-organisation on Thursday creates a company that, more than ever, bears the stamp of chief executive Steve Ballmer.
Microsoft launched its biggest internal overhaul in five years to streamline the development of products from Windows to tablets, hoping to catch nimbler rivals in mobile and cloud computing.
Lights go out an hour earlier to show that AIA 'loves the earth'
I am happy and relieved
Former legislator Mandy Tam Heung-man, after being acquitted of inducing people to vote for her with a free seminar
John Edwards has done wrong...
Idea Man: A Memoir by the Co-founder of Microsoft
by Paul Allen
More than a month since President Hu Jintao's visit to the United States and to Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, the software giant has been moving fast to make up for lost time in China.
Lee Kai-fu, the former Microsoft executive caught in the tug-of-war between two feuding tech giants, is prized as much for his knowledge of Chinese government officials and business practices as...
Hutchison has come in for much criticism over the rollout of its third-generation mobile network in Britain. Critics say transfer rates are slower than advertised, the costs are too high and, most...
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer must need cash.
In fact, he must be so desperate for the stuff that he's started taking bets.
Bill Gates has become the first US$50 billion man, overtaking the Sultan of Brunei as the world's richest person.
His net worth jumped 40 per cent from a year ago to US$51 billion (...