Microsoft's newest weapon in China piracy fight
Microsoft has found it hard to gain traction among Chinese consumers unwilling to pay full price for software.
Most companies won't be early adopters of Windows 8
A key priority for Microsoft is to get customers off the decade-old Windows XP -- which still runs on 41 percent of the world's 1.5 billion PCs.
Intel's outlook fails to inspire hopes for PC recovery
Intel estimated fourth-quarter revenue of $13.6 billion, plus or minus $500 million.
Microsoft sets Windows 8 price, opens for pre-order
Microsoft has not yet announced the price of the full software to install from scratch, as opposed to the upgrade
Mobile computing wars pose tough choices for Internet publishers
Technology : Web Technologies
Developing apps for the iPhone might be a no-brainer, but that's not the case when it comes to apps for Windows 8, Android and BlackBerry devices.
Intel zeroes in on enterprise customers with first tablet wave
Technology : Networking & Communication
Intel has roped in Samsung and HP to showcase tablets powered by its new "Atom" processor
Do PCs have a future? Intel thinks so
Intel's processors are used in 80 percent of the world's PCs, but the company has been slow to adapt its chips for smartphones and tablets.
Intel to showcase new chips even as PC sales stagnate
The top chipmaker is banking on Microsoft's much anticipated launch of its Windows 8 platform
For Asia's tech giants, clouds before the windows
Uncertainty about Windows 8, the devices running the system and the pricepoints are seen dampening sales of PCs before the launch
Microsoft's Windows 8 to hit release target
Microsoft Corp said on Wednesday its new, touch-friendly Windows 8 operating system will be on sale October 26