A Motorola Inc. spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday that the mobile handset provider has laid off 1,900 employees since July as part of a move to cut costs in Motorola's supply chain.
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Google and Sun Microsystems are expected to unveil a collaborative effort that will encompass multiple products from both companies, according to a Sun spokeswoman.
The state of Massachusetts has finalised a proposed move to an open format for office documents, a plan that involves phasing out versions of Microsoft's Office productivity suite deployed in the state's executive branch agencies.
Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled a major realignment of its company structure into three new divisions that each will have its own president.
As the man credited with creating .Net, Anders Hejlsberg has been in charge of making it easier for developers to build increasingly complex applications for many years.
Microsoft will try to gain ground on competitors Google and Yahoo by unveiling a new web development platform today on which developers can add new search, mapping and instant-messaging features to online products from the MSN division.
Microsoft made available yet another in a seemingly endless stream of interim product updates with the release of Windows Server 2003 Release Candidate Zero (RC0).
Microsoft Corp. Monday released a test version of its next-generation file system, WinFS, well ahead of schedule.
In its own twist on letting the punishment fit the crime, America Online Inc. is disciplining a spammer who helped the company win an antispam lawsuit by giving away a substantial stash of loot purchased with profits from his illegal business.
Microsoft plans to re-release Update Rollup 1 for Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 due to several problems users are having with the current version, a company executive confirmed Monday.
Microsoft will release six software patches next Tuesday covering flaws in its Windows operating system. The company also is planning to release an updated version of its Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, and a nonsecurity update for Windows, Microsoft said in a statement posted to its Web site Thursday.
Microsoft is working on plans to make a recent hacker meeting held on its Washington, campus a twice-yearly event, according to a spokesman for the vendor's security group.
Microsoft will release the first beta of the next version of Windows tomorrow, according to sources familiar with the company's plans.
Microsoft released on Monday a new online local search product that goes head to head with a similar offering from rival Google.
The founder of a Redmond, Washington-based custom application and services provider is considering taking action to challenge Microsoft over the naming of the next version of the Windows operating system (OS).