Microsoft's new Windows 8 client operating system hit general availability today, along with the Windows RT version of the Surface tablet.
TechNet and MSDN subscribers get first dibs at the RTM version of Office 2013, as well as Exchange 2013, SharePoint Server 2013 and Lync Server 2013.
Microsoft's first-quarter earnings for fiscal-year 2013 off 8% from the 2012 Q1 result.
Cumulative updates include improvements to performance, better battery, and application and driver compatibility.
Boxed upgrades of Windows 8 Pro will be $69.99 from various retail outlets, while online downloads will be $20 cheaper.
Microsoft announces that its Office 2013 products will be released to manufactures this week.
Microsoft's small biz-sized server OS now ready for hardware partners, with availability coming November 1.
For the second month in a row, Microsoft is releasing an uncharacteristically light security update.
Microsoft will be rolling out one "critical" and six "important" bulletins for October's security update, planned for Tuesday.
Microsoft says it will start extended support for Windows Server 2008 into 2015 rather than next year.
Microsoft announced a new service pack to come for Exchange 2010 that will enable it to run on Windows Server 2012.
Microsoft's messaging confab takes its message of cloud, compliance and security to its customers directly.
CTP4 includes improved AlwaysOn Availability Group migration and better query capabilities over XML data.
Microsoft plans to release a "Fix it" on Friday for IE zero-day flaw that surfaced this week.
Microsoft unveiled a new Office 365 annual subscription model for small businesses and consumers buying the productivity suite.
Microsoft today announced the release of a beta test version of System Center 2012 Service Pack 1.
Microsoft on Tuesday released PowerShell 3.0 for use with its current flagship Windows client and server operating systems.
Microsoft's security update for September looks to be a small one, with only two "important" bulletin items scheduled.
Redmond showcases the server OS at a launch event.
IDC survey shows that non-x86 servers were hit hardest, to the detriment of Linux and bladed servers.
- By Katrina Carrasco