In Business Line we examine the tensions within EDF over its plan to build a nuclear power station in the UK, and why Microsoft is reaching out to long-time rival Linux, the Penguin people.
Protesters blow whistles in Brussels to draw attention to the plight of whistleblowers and press freedom one year after Lux leaks
Activists from Oxfam and Eurodad gathered in Brussels to draw attention to the lack of protection for journalists and whistleblowers in the European Union.
Google and Microsoft have agreed to bury the hatchet and end their long-running patent feud, dropping up to 20 legal cases in the United States and
It was launched on July 29, described by Microsoft as a “new era in personal computing” with a whole new philosophy in a “mobile first, cloud first
Microsoft was left licking its wounds after what many agreed was a dog’s dinner that was known as Windows 8. The launch of Windows 10 has been
Microsoft launched its Windows 10 operating system on Wednesday, hailing the return of much-missed “Start” menu. Windows 10 can run across PCs
Microsoft has reported its biggest loss in the history of the company – a 3.2 billion dollar net loss for the three months to the end of June. It
Greece and its government are having a tough week. Athens repaid money to the International Monetary Fund but the action didn’t help unblock