Opera this week added Google's Android to the list of platforms that can run its mobile browser.
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Microsoft continues to eat its own dog food to promote the adoption of its Silverlight technology.
The deadline Microsoft gave Yahoo for making a deal or facing a proxy fight came and went this weekend without a word from either party. But even if Microsoft doesn't succeed now in its bid for Yahoo, the company made clear last week, both in private meetings with reporters and in public comments, that it's determined - come hell or high water - to move forward with its services strategy.
Adobe launched a new community development project on Thursday aimed at using its Flash and AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) technologies to create a consistent application interface across all devices -- whether they are smartphones, PCs or set-top boxes.
Microsoft has delayed the release of a third service pack for Windows XP, blaming a "compatibility issue" between the software and a retail-chain-management application.
Windows Vista customers can now receive the first service pack for the operating system via the Microsoft Automatic Update service, Microsoft said this week.
Microsoft is targeting system management as a way to differentiate itself from competitors in the virtualization market, the company said Tuesday.
Expensive legal battles have caused TorrentSpy, the search engine for the BitTorrent file-sharing service, to shut down.
Microsoft on Friday confirmed it is planning to release a subscription-based "value box" of low-end productivity software code-named Albany, and has sent an early version of the product to thousands of beta participants for private testing.
Security researchers in the US last week disagreed over how to educate Web users to prevent phishing attacks, but agreed on one thing: most current methods of user education are inadequate.
Adobe has made available the first full release of its Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR), and revealed early adopter customers who are building both business and consumer applications using the technology.
Microsoft has released preliminary documentation for how several of its Office business products interact with each other, part of the company's plan to appease regulators by releasing proprietary protocols that help developers make its products more interoperable.
Microsoft issued a critical patch for two vulnerabilities in the core graphics subsystem of Windows, one of eight fixes released Tuesday as part of its monthly security updates.
Microsoft over the weekend threatened Yahoo's board of directors with a proxy battle if it won't agree to a buy-out in the next three weeks.
Microsoft confirmed this week that it will extend the sales of Windows XP Home to OEMs beyond the current deadline of June 30, 2008, to accommodate a new class of ultra-low-cost PCs (ULCPCs) that are just beginning to pepper the market.