With LinkedIn showing little evidence of growth, Microsoft's reasons for its US$26 billion spend on the company are explored.
Microsoft's strategy for LinkedIn is likely to follow the path of Yammer.
Tech giant Microsoft wants to rid the world of "dumb" passwords to improve online security. But maybe it's the password itself we should dump.
Tech companies play a growing civic role in how we operate as a society. We need to be sure we're happy with that.
The world's largest technology companies are making public the programming and hardware designs at the center of their businesses.
There are many recent cases of women being abused or harassed online. But technology can also play a role in preventing violence against women.
Microsoft warned back in 2014 that anyone continuing to use Windows XP, once it ended support, would be vulnerable to attack. So why are some organisations still using the old operating system?
The tax law established pre-internet is failing to keep up with the digital economy.
What is it about modern digital technology that inspires suspicion rather than trust?
The EU is thought to be losing one trillion Euros from tax avoidance, evasion and arrears. But the latest tax reform is unlikely to fix that.
While the timing of the planned forum is not ideal, it continues a long tradition of Chinese leaders engaging with US tech leaders and may prove beneficial to overall relations.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of the launch of the Windows 95 operating system. What was it that made the operating system so special, and why all the upgrades over the years?
The desktop interface originated in the 1970s and was exemplified by the arrival of Windows 95. Surely there's a better approach, 20 years on?
The argument has been raging for years: which operating system is the safest when it comes to security. Has the latest software upgrades from the tech giants changed anything?
A coalition of companies including Starbucks and Walmart plan to help 100,000 young people jumpstart their careers. It's a good start, but much more needs to be done.
Windows 10 is being offered as a free upgrade to most Windows users, but you pay for it in the information you hand over to Microsoft.
Satya Nadella hopes he can do with Windows 10 what Bill Gates managed to do with Windows 95 almost 20 years ago.
Windows 10 has hit the shelves - will it reverse users unhappiness at previous versions?
After Windows 8 flopped, Microsoft is betting big with a free upgrade to Windows 10 and a new strategy to keep the brand alive in a changing technology landscape.
If the money is in the cloud, it makes sense to take as many users there as possible.