Without access to Facebook or Twitter, Chinese tech workers have gathered on GitHub, the world's largest open-source programming platform, to complain about 12-hour days and demand better conditions.
Microsoft says its search engine is no longer accessible in China. The country is known for blocking electronic access to information deemed harmful to the state.
Most of the money will help preserve and build new homes for low and middle-income residents. A smaller portion will go toward homeless services and programs to keep people from being evicted.
In 2003, Paul Allen created an institute to figure out how the human brain works. That institute has already made contributions that may turn out to be part of his greatest legacy.
Six phony websites were created by hackers linked with Russian intelligence and blamed for 2016 election interference, the company says. They allegedly targeted the Senate and two think tanks.
The story of the middle school teacher without a computer prompted an outpouring of support. But did he get any laptops?
The Supreme Court will decide whether a U.S. warrant can compel Microsoft to turn over a user's emails stored in Ireland. It also seems to want Congress to fix the dilemma.
The CEO of Microsoft was hired to turn the company around. And now, just three years into the job, Satya Nadella has written a book reflecting on this monumental task — and the empathy it requires.
An updated version of the malware has the ability to worm through computer networks, gathering passwords and credentials and spreading itself.
Microsoft President Brad Smith calls for a "Digital Geneva Convention" under which governments would set limits on the creation of cyberweapons, just like they did for nuclear weapons.