The tech giant's shares spiked to levels not seen since the dotcom boom on reports that the company plans to unveil an iPad version of its Office software suite.
Oracle posted higher revenue and profit that failed to satisfy investors looking for signs of a sustained turnaround. Its shares fell about 4 percent.
ATM machines will face greater hacking threats when Microsoft halts upgrades to its Windows XP operating system.
Banks will face security fees for not updating Windows XP-run automated teller machines as Microsoft withdraws support for the software on April 8.
Here's why new Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is likely to do what Steve Ballmer could not, says Tasha Eurich, author of the book "Bankable Leadership."
Apple will next week launch its first in-car operating system with Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo.
Mitsubishi has announced a new streamlined cockpit electronics system that predicts and displays the tools a driver will likely need.
Boeing has begun offering a specialized phone aimed at government agencies and contractors who need to keep communication and data secure.
Big Blue is holding a competition for software developers to build smartphone apps using the artificial intelligence platform.
Brad Smith, Intuit president & CEO, discusses his company's move into cloud computing and how mobile technology has improved the tax industry. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports.
Start-ups with names like "Kaggle," "Evolv" and "HaystaqDNA" are trying to extract insights about the world in ways not possible before.
The choice of Satya Nadella as new chief executive reveals a lot about Microsoft's strategy moving ahead.
Bill Gates may step down as Microsoft chairman to take a more active role in the company, and Steve Ballmer may be off the board entirely.
In his new book, "Get Rich Carefully," CNBC's Mad Money host Jim Cramer tells how to find value stocks in hot industry, tech and service sectors.
Bill Gates may step down as chairman of Microsoft once a new CEO is chosen. That is good for the company and Gates. re/code reports.
Microsoft will name Satya Nadella as its CEO, according to Bloomberg, following the tech giant's several-month long search for a new leader.
A week after selling its server business unit to Lenovo, IBM is now exploring the sale some of its networking assets and may be seeking as much as a $1 billion.
David Gibson, Senior Analyst and Regional Head of Software & Services at Macquarie Research Japan, says Nintendo is unlikely to scrap its consoles and instead will focus on opening up its own platform for developers.
After the earnings announcement, the company's shares rose 4.3 percent in after-hours trading.
Drizly, a start-up that is hoping to do for booze what Grubhub and Seamless have done for restaurants, just landed $2.25 million in funding.
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