Microsoft today added a new licensing option for Windows Server and SQL Server that extends support by six years.
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Apple on Tuesday acknowledged that an iPhone 6S shut-down problem is more widespread than first believed, and plans to include diagnostic tools in the next iOS update to collect more data on the problem.
EU regulators approved Microsoft's acquisition of social network LinkedIn on the condition that the U.S. company abide by several minor concessions.
Enterprises that have adopted Windows 10 will face the demise of three versions of the operating system in the next 18 months.
Google has released Chrome 55, but contrary to reports the browser has not yet begun to block content rendered by Adobe's Flash Player.
Mozilla reported that revenue for 2015 was up 28% over the year before, the largest increase in three years.
After a two-month stretch of no growth, Windows 10 in November gained user share, powering more than a quarter of all Windows PCs for the first time, data published today showed.
Mozilla's Firefox backed further from the brink last month, and Mac owners continued to abandon Apple's Safari, new data showed.
Microsoft has pushed its Windows 10 August upgrade to the Current Branch for Business release track.
Microsoft's claim that Windows 10 made an important enterprise anti-exploit tool obsolete is wrong, said security analyst Will Dormann.
After a one-year absence, Apple today returned to Black Friday by offering gift cards worth up to $150 with the purchase of select company hardware.
Sen. Maria Cantwell wants the FTC to investigate claims that Office Depot improperly convinced consumers to pay for expensive support plans or repairs.
Profiteers are trying to cash in on shortages of Apple's new MacBook Pro notebook with sales on eBay.
Apple today signaled that it will return to offering Black Friday sales specials this year.
Apple's exit from some fringe businesses -- external displays and more recently, wireless routers -- could have larger consequences.