2 hrs ago
Silicon Alley Insider
Microsoft Ad Sales Exec Pleads With The Media: Please Stop Saying We're Getting Out Of The Ad Biz
Microsoft veteran Greg Nelson claims that the rumor about Microsoft leaving the ad business has spun out of control and couldn't be less true.
8 hrs ago
Man injured by armed burglars in Thame
Burglars pulled a knife on a Thame man yesterday after pretending to be delivery men to make him open the door.
15 hrs ago
Businesses to shift from BYOD to 'choose your own device'
Microsoft sees "choose your own device" likely becoming a mainstream trend for business, while social, mobile, cloud and "big data" are all certain to be major technology trends for organisations next year.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Bullish Stocks Radar: Microsoft Corporation, Intel Corporation,...
Market Buzz Report, which provides live alerts on penny stocks, issues critical stocks analysis for Microsoft Corporation , Intel Corporation , Goldcorp Inc. , Groupon Inc .
Microsoft wins Cisco European Skype challenge
Cisco was unable to prove to a European high court that Microsoft Corp.'s acquisition of Skype would harm competition.
Digital Trends: Consumers create marketing opportunities online as...
Consumers are looking to unleash their creativity online as a Microsoft study has found that a third of UK respondents said they'd be interested in making their own digital products and services*.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Special Report: Ad Fraud and the Anatomy of a Botnet
The hallowed halls of online advertising are no longer safe. The topic of ad fraud has recently forced its way into the spotlight , even though its nefarious practice has been around for decades.
E.W. Scripps Buys Digital Video News Startup
"Scripps is committed to participating in the future of digital media," Adam Symson , senior vice president and chief digital officer for Scripps said in a statement.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Microsoft: Sales of PCs preinstalled with Windows 7 have no deadline yet
Previously, the page said retail sales of the OS ended on October 30th, and that sales of PCs with Windows 7 preinstalled would end on October 30, 2014.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Christian Science Monitor
Microsoft disrupts fake-click malware ZeroAccess
A new Microsoft Corp. logo, left, is seen on an exterior wall of a new Microsoft store inside the Prudential Center mall in Boston last year.
Hackers Love Windows XP
Cyber security is going to be a big issue for plants using Windows XP once Microsoft quits offering extended support and security updates.
Wall Street Journal
Inside the Effort to Kill a Web Fraud 'Botnet'
Then, on Thursday, they pounced. Armed with a court order and law enforcement help overseas, the team took steps to cut off communication links to European-based servers considered the mega-brain for an army of zombie computers known as ZeroAccess.
Who's Winning What: The Real Privacy Story In Online Advertising
"Data-Driven Thinking" is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
All Things Digital
Siri Gets Serious, Microsoft Gets Its Mojo Back and Everything Gets Encrypted in 2014
If it's December, it's time to start predicting what's going to dominate the headlines and trends of 2014.
Amazon drone team has ex-Microsoft flair
More than half of the team responsible for creating Amazon.com Inc.'s planned drone delivery system have backgrounds working at Microsoft Corp. According to the Wall Street Journal's All Things D , the Amazon drone unit is headed by Gur Kimchi , who used to be at Microsoft but has headed the Amazon drone team for a year.
Microsoft CEO flurry: Mulally says he loves working at Ford
Alan Mulally - rumored as a favorite to be Steve Ballmer's successor at Microsoft - told TV interviewers Tuesday that he loves working at Ford.
Is Microsoft Aiming For Google Or Apple?
Microsoft Corporation is doing extremely well. The company's stock is at its highest level since the heady days of the dotcom bubble, and analysts seem optimistic about the company's ability to proceed in a fashion that delivers value to shareholders .
Local Tech Wire
Microsoft to expand use of encryption to protect users
Microsoft says it will expand the use of encryption to protect customer information, following reports that governments are intercepting data traveling between users and servers or between company data centers.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Seattle's Big Ideas Belong On Big Napkins
The world knows about Amazon and Microsoft, but the startup scene in Seattle has also gotten quite a boost from all the talent the big boys are luring to town.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Microsoft will be huge in 2014
A jogger runs past signage displayed at the Microsoft Corp. campus in Redmond, Washington, U.S., on Wednesday, Sept.