Apple has blamed Australian record labels, films studios and TV networks for the significantly higher prices in the country for digital downloads compared to the US.
Xbox LIVE Gold members can now take advantange of a free one-month trial of Redbox Instant, bringing a wide variety of streamable content to their living room.
Microsoft has blamed overheating at one of its datacentres for Tuesday's outage of Hotmail and Outlook.com, promising it is implementing changes to prevent this happening again.
Another unnamed "source" in the video games industry has revealed more unconfirmed specs for Microsoft's next Xbox, with specific GPU/CPU specs as well as HDD capacities and more.
The European Union has fined Microsoft €561 million ($729 million) for not promoting rival web browsers to its Internet Explorer.
A teenager from Perth, Australia found his family’s home raided and had his personal possessions seized by the U.S. FBI. The case involves details about the upcoming Xbox the teen had in his possession that he revealed online.
Microsoft was recently added to the list in a recent string of high profile cyber-attacks. Rogue hackers have also capitalized on Mandiant’s report alleging that the Chinese are playing a major role in U.S. computer network infiltration.
In response to Sony's recent unveiling of the PlayStation 4, Microsoft is expected to reveal the Xbox 720 during an event in April.
Six months after its high profile launch, Microsoft's revamped Email service sheds its preview status, and will be backed by millions of advertising dollars.
If you are planning to purchase a perpetual license for Microsoft Office 2013, take note that it will be one copy per PC with no transfer available for any reason. Even wiping the hard drive from your old PC does not give you the ability to transfer it.
It seems that tech companies opening up their own retail stores is a growing trend, a profitable trend first started by Apple and then followed by Microsoft. Following that trend, according to rumors out today, Google is said to be considering opening some of their own.
While it looks as if the Microsoft Surface Pro is flying off the shelves, the real culprit may be that there were never many in the first place. Some reports are suggesting that Microsoft purposely made sure their new product was under stocked at retailers.
The next Xbox console from Microsoft will require use of the Kinect motion sensor camera, according to an industry source.
Patch Tuesday is that time when Microsoft pushes out any updates that are needed for your installed version of Windows and related software. Typically these are security patches and aren't overly newsworthy, however, this one that is coming our way is quite the monster.
More rumors have been spun on Microsoft's Xbox 720 with possible inclusions like required internet, 50gb Blu Ray game discs, restrictions against secondhand games, and a new Kinect motion sensor.
Microsoft and Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have teamed up to develop a software that can correctly predict an outcome to a natural disaster 70-90 percent of the time by mining "big data."
Recent reports are suggesting that Dell Computers will be getting bought out by Monday, February 4, 2013. Michael Dell, who is the founder and current CEO of Dell, is expected to have a 16% majority stake in the company once it goes private.
Besides extending the life of Microsoft's Xbox 360, the Kinect also brought a whole new dimension to gaming, but today Microsoft lost one of their key members of the Kinect game team to a bitter rival – Sony.
China is considering the possibility of ending its 13-year ban on video game consoles, according to a regional newspaper, paving the way for Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony to make millions in the monumental market.
One of the rumors that constantly beleaguered Skype has been that law enforcement has the ability to eavesdrop in on your calls. Now we have the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as Reporters Without Borders, asking the same thing in an open letter.