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Daily update ⋅ October 25, 2015
Mike and Nick's Week in Tech: Microsoft in the Cloud
Jim Cramer -- Big Ramp Ahead for Amazon, Microsoft, Alphabet
Cramer said Microsoft has pivoted so radically to the cloud that he can't believe it. CEO Satya Nadella had made it clear that this was his plan for the ...
Microsoft Pares Expenses By Cutting Jobs; Stock Climbs On Cloud Computing Results - KPLU News for Seattle and the Northwest
Microsoft No Longer Cares To Tell Us How Many Xbox Ones It's Sold
Microsoft just announced the results for the first quarter of the fiscal year, and one particular statistic was plainly missing, how many Xbox Ones were ...
Microsoft Xbox Live Outages: Service Goes Down (Again), Is Now Up And Running But Not For All - Tech Times
Microsoft sees future in cloud
SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft Corp. may still be suffering from lagging sales of personal computers, but the tech giant has taken some cues from ...
Steve Ballmer says Microsoft employees who leave for Amazon eventually come back
Adding fuel to a damning New York Times report on Amazon's intense work culture, the former Microsoft CEO says that many employees who leave ...
Hands-on impressions of the Microsoft Xbox Elite Controller
When Microsoft launched the original Xbox in 2001, the oversized console shipped with a similarly enormous controller, half-lovingly and ...
Microsoft stops reporting Xbox console unit sales, shifting focus to Xbox Live active users - GeekWire
Lumia 650: Microsoft Budget Smartphone Looks Identical To The Nexus 5X
LONDON -- Microsoft's efforts to gain some traction in the smartphone market is set to continue with leaked images of what is thought to be the ...
Steve Ballmer: Microsoft has hiring advantage over Amazon
Microsoft mentors Franklin High School robotics club
Ballmer: Intense Competition Between Microsoft, Amazon
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