The latest news on Microsoft
What a great fit: a user-friendly Web portal and an omnipotent monopoly.
But analysts say Google's advantage in search and online advertising isn't threatened.
Spacious electronic storage isn't just for the office anymore.
A pricey wireless package lights up while controlling Media Center functions.
The computing giant awkwardly tries to convince consumers that it's OK to bring a server home.
It's a good product, but average users may want nothing to do with a network "server."
For just $240 million, Microsoft has secured a 1.6 percent stake in the social networking site founded by Harvard dropout, Mark Zuckerberg.
Market resistance to successor Vista and its problems leads to continued demand for XP.
The site offers information and networking, but it falls short for managing health records.
A former Microsoft exec's start-up finances cancer research