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Microsoft appoints new CFO

Microsoft CFO Chris Liddell will leave the company at the end of 2009, the software firm announced Tuesday.   He will be replaced by Peter Klein, CFO of the compan

Murdoch, MS target Google with paid search deal

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.

LinkedIn opens platform to developers

LinkedIn has opened up its business platform to third- party developers in a move hoped to encourage integration of the professional social network into other business apps and websites.

Microsoft and News Corp. double-team Google?

Proving once again that wearing a number one tag will put you directly in the sights of numbers two through what ever, reports are circulating that Microsoft Corp. offered Wall Street Journal parent

Charter, Microsoft founder Paul Allen begins cancer treatment

Best known as the co-founder of Microsoft and later cable MSO Charter Communications, Paul Allen announced this week that he has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and is currently undergoing

MS loses patent battle against Chinese software firm

Microsoft has been ordered to stop selling versions of pre-Vista Windows after losing a patent battle with a Beijing software firm.   The Beijing People's Court ha

T-Mobile resumes Sidekick sales after data loss

T-Mobile USA said that it has resumed selling Sidekick devices, a little more than a month after a Microsoft server glitch caused some Sidekick users to lose their personal data. The carrier

Windows Marketplace extends to WinMo 6.0 and 6.1

Microsoft announced its Windows Marketplace for Mobile application storefront now supports devices running the Windows Mobile 6.0 and 6.1 operating systems. First launched exclusively to WinMo

Motorola to buy BitBand, restates IPTV intentions amid sale rumors

Amid rumors that it may sell the business unit that houses many of its IPTV and video properties, Motorola announced on Monday that it would acquire Israeli video-on-demand content management and

Nokia's vision: Smart devices that learn from consumer usage

With hardly any mention of technology or what future handsets might look like, Nokia has presented a short video of how it sees the world of mobile communications evolving over the next five years.