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  • Cheetah Digital Acquires Stellar Loyalty
    Cheetah Digital has added Stellar Loyalty's email, mobile and web messaging services. ...
  • Discount Management Syndome
    Discount management is returning to the center stage of commercial management in enterprise software ...
  • Microsoft Closing Chinese Web Portal
    Microsoft plans to shut down its Chinese Web portal, next month, and focus on offering software and services for Windows 10 devices in the region. “The software giant, which ...
  • Quest Software Cuts 2011 Rev Outlook
    Quest Software's preliminary second-quarter results missed estimates, and the company cut fiscal 2011 revenue growth forecast, hurt by lower-than-anticipated return on higher investments in business and acquisitions. The enterprise syste ...
  • Microsoft: Windows 7 A Great Success
    Seeing fit to toot its own horn, Microsoft says it has sold 150 million Windows 7 licenses, "reinforcing its position as the fastest selling operating system in the company's history ...
  • Vista "Not Executed Well," Ballmer Admits
    In a rare display of humility, Microsoft head Steve Ballmer is finally admitting that the company made key mistakes in its development of the Vista operating system. Vista "was ju ...
  • Execs Debate Mozilla's Future
    TechCrunch picks up on a discussion -- on question and answer site Quora -- between outgoing Mozilla CEO John Lilly and its co-founder Blake Ross about the future of t ...
  • Can Office 2010 Out-Cloud Google?
    When Microsoft releases Office 2010 next month, the software giant "will complete an effort to move its extensive portfolio of applications to the cloud," and, thus, spoil Google's bid f ...
  • Office Hijinks: Microsoft Faces Down Challenge From Google Apps
    Following the successful roll out of Office 2010, Microsoft remains the reigning king of software and computing applications. Still, Google and other rivals seem undeterred, and continue to build ...
  • Google Launches Apps Marketplace
    Google has launched an Apps Marketplace, which, according to Fast Company, "does clever cloud-connecting stuff." The Marketplace, it would appear, was created to make it easier for "Google Apps administrator ...
  • Microsoft Beats Forecasts With Record Revenues
    Thanks to the early success of its Windows 7 operating system, Microsoft on Thursday was able to report increases in both net income and revenue for the first time ...
  • How Microsoft Office Stays One Step Ahead
    Breaking all previous records, more than 2 million consumers have downloaded the beta for Microsoft Office 2010 over the past seven weeks, which leads a seemingly cynical ReadWriteWeb to as ...
  • Analyst: Mobile Is Killing MS Softly
    Microsoft's name is mud, according to Mark Anderson, who writes the Strategic News Service, a predictive newsletter that apparently has a wide following among technology executives and venture capitalists. "Exce ...
  • Review: Google Chrome Add-Ons Simple As Pie
    Google just launched its Chrome Extensions service, which grew from 300 to 480 browser add-ons overnight, and is expected to hit 500 by Thursday night. "And it's easy to s ...
  • Engadget Hearts Chrome OS
    Google's forthcoming Chrome OS operating system -- previewed recently to mixed reviews -- just received a serious nod from Engadget. After prepping a USB key so it could boot ...
  • PC To Mac: How You Like Me Now?
    Despite Apple's best marketing efforts, Microsoft's new Windows 7 operating system is being well received, according early reports. At retail, the software giant sold more than triple the number ...
  • Windows 7 Tops Amazon UK's Pre-Order Charts
    Either consumers really love Windows or they just really hated its last version, Vista. According to Amazon UK, the latest iteration of Microsoft's operating system, Windows 7, is the bigge ...
  • Windows Launch Is Apple's Gain
    Apple thinks it can capitalize on the launch Microsoft's forthcoming operating system. How exactly? It's going to hit the millions of PC owners heading out (or online) to buy Windo ...
  • Google Chrome, The Bootleg
    Want to be the first kid on your block to own Google's Chrome operating system? Not afraid of a few product glitches? Then head over to TechCrunch, where one enterprisi ...
  • Microsoft Office On A 'Diet'
    When it launches next year, Microsoft Office 2010 is now expected to come in a "diet" version. Called Office Starter, it will be preloaded on new PCs and include ...
  • Palm Says Sayonara To Windows Mobile
    In a move that has broad implications for Microsoft's mobile Web future, Palm no longer plans on developing devices running its Windows Mobile platform. Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein revealed t ...
  • Google Wins Battle In Browser War
    Sony is reportedly planning to replace Microsoft's Internet Explorer with Google's Chrome as the default Web browser on all new shipments of its popular Vaio laptops. Sony began installing Chro ...
  • Microsoft Earnings Down As It Prepares Major Product Updates
    Marking Microsoft's only second consecutive down quarter ever, the software giant on Thursday reported $13.10 billion in revenue during the fourth quarter -- a decline of 17% from $15.83 billio ...
  • Gates and Ballmer Respond to Chrome OS
    Gates said it was hard to really say much about Chrome OS, since Google has said so little about how it will actually work. "There's many, many forms of Lin ...
  • Report: 6 in 10 Won't Upgrade to Windows 7
    Windows 7, which is set to be released on October 22, has already garnered several good reviews, but a whopping 6 in 10 companies who completed a recent survey pl ...
  • Microsoft: Google Chrome a "Defensive" Move
    Walid Abu-Hadba, Microsoft's VP of Developer and Platform Evangelism, issued some fighting words following the unveiling of Google's new Chrome OS. In an interview with VentureBeat's Anthony Ha, Abu-Hadba insist ...
  • Schmidt, Page Discuss Chrome's Origins
    Google CEO Eric Schmidt and cofounder Larry Page talked about the origins of the company's new Chrome OS, revealing that for six years, Schmidt balked at the idea of taki ...
  • Does Chrome OS Cannibalize Android?
    Google's Chrome OS will start out targeting netbooks, the bare-bones laptops designed specifically to surf the Web, which means it won't be moving in on Microsoft's turf anytime soon. Howeve ...
  • Google Announces Chrome OS Partners
    Google released more facts about its just-announced Chrome operating system in a short FAQ, Michael Arrington reports. As most people guessed, the open source software will be free to use ...
  • Chrome OS: Analysts, Open Source Experts Unimpressed
    Analysts and open source experts seem less than impressed with Google's plans to introduce a Linux-based operating system, announced late Tuesday. The company will base the OS on its Chro ...