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Daily update ⋅ November 10, 2015
Microsoft buys its third Israeli security company
According to Microsoft, the company plans to merge Secure Islands' technology into its existing Azure Rights Management Service to assure the ...
MIcrosoft buys another Israeli security company, Secure Islands, for an alleged $77.5 million - ZDNet
Microsoft's OneDrive changes: Follow the money
Microsoft could raise more than $100 million in additional annual revenue for each percentage point of OneDrive users the company prods into paying ...
Microsoft Monday: 104 Backward Compatible Games Revealed, Windows 10 Fall Update And ...
"Microsoft Monday" takes a look back at the past week of news related to Microsoft. This week, "Microsoft Monday" includes details about 104 ...
McDonald's, Microsoft A Sell For Retail Investors After Earnings Pushed Stocks Higher
We shouldn't have to fear Apple and Microsoft updates
Microsoft may block SHA1 certificates sooner than expected
Microsoft Band 2 Is Out This Week: Here's How It Stacks Up
With the original Microsoft Band never seeing release in Australia, the Band 2 is going to be our first glimpse of Microsoft's wearable technology.
Apple girl goes to Microsoft HQ
Driving into Microsoft's Redmond campus you would be excused for thinking it was just another suburb of Seattle. The campus is impressive. It has its ...
Microsoft Announces First 104 Xbox 360 Backward Compatible Games
Microsoft to acquire Secure Islands, a leader in data protection technology
AMA American Music Awards Tickets Los Angeles LA CA Microsoft Theater
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