On Monday, AOL declared a portion of the value, while announcing a deal with Microsoft. At the point when the approval for Verizon to acquire AOL was declared a month ago, officials from both companies said that AOL was a winsome acquisition due to its promoting technology. Under the agreement, AOL will dominate management and […]
Microsoft to bring Office to more Android tablets, partners with 20 more Android device manufacturers
Microsoft announced that it has signed partnerships with 20 new hardware partners that will see some of the company’s apps and service being included on their Android tablets. The announcement follows similar deal that was announced in March, when Samsung, Dell, and others signed on with Microsoft to preinstall a wide range of its apps. […]
Microsoft is investing in several subsea fiber optic cables to connect data centers across the world and in support of increasing data network needs. On Monday, the company announced new partnerships and investments across both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Microsoft continues to invest considerably in subsea and terrestrial dark fiber capacity by engaging in […]
Microsoft is getting ready for a widespread rollout of its Windows 10 operating system. The tech giant announced that it is going to launch Windows 10 in 190 countries and 111 languages in the summer of 2015. Terry Myerson, Microsoft’s head for the operating system division said that Windows 10 will be available in the […]
Microsoft announced on Monday that it has acquired Acompli, a venture-backed startup in San Francisco that offers innovative mobile email application available for both iOS and Android platforms. Seen by many as the mobile app that Outlook.com deserves, Acompli fits well into Microsoft’s plan to further expand into mobile realms. The company accidentally teased the […]
Tech giant Microsoft needs to pay the Chinese government a huge amount in fines, a first major case in the country concerning cross-border tax evasion as regulators build up pressure on U.S. corporations doing business there. According to an article published by China’s Xinhua official news agency, China has levied about 840 million yuan ($140 million) in […]
Microsoft has been one of the many technology companies that are strongly opposing the U.S. government in response to unwarranted, rampant data collection practices revealed in documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in 2013. Microsoft general counsel Brad Smith continued his months-long public campaign to pressure the United States government to take significant measures toward reserving […]
Earlier this year on April 25th, Microsoft completed its acquisition of Nokia’s handset for around $7.5 billion. The two companies which have dominated their respective markets for years came together and made a bigger impact in Nokia’s first ever ad after the purchase. Fascinatingly the ad sported the tagline ‘Not like everybody else´ with a […]
Microsoft has challenged a ruling that would permit US government officials to investigate its overseas offices. The organization said in a petition filed to the U.S. District Court for Southern New York that it objects an order that would permit law enforcement to pursuit all Microsoft-owned offices around the world. At the core of the […]
SUMMARY: The worldwide market for Internet of things will develop more than triple from US$1.9 trillion in 2013 to US$7.1 trillion in 2020, as per figures from IDC. Over the coming years, IDC expects product offerings will be differentiated and competition for the most part will heap on, especially around comprehensive solution offerings that infuse […]
To some at the Code Conference, it may feel that they woke up in the future – first Google’s self-driving cars and now Skype auto-translate. At the Code Conference on Tuesday, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella showed off Skype Translator, an upcoming real-time translation functionality developed by the company’s Skype and Translator teams. Using the Skype […]
Not so long ago, the ‘Godfather of New York Tech’, Fred Wilson predicted that Apple won’t be among the top three companies by 2020, to which Apple Executives paid no heed. Nonetheless this time it is something different. Executives in Apple Campus will be sweating in worry and fury today, for after sitting on the […]
Last time Microsoft checked China, it was one of its biggest software buyers in the world. Except well, what comes as a shocker in the world of technology is that China has turned to ruling out Windows 8 on government computers striking back against Microsoft which has been facing severe sales woes from the country. […]
Major technology companies like Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Apple and others have reportedly decided to cease the practice of quietly yielding to the demands from the government for personal, private email or other online data, stating that users have a right to be notified in advance when their information is targeted by law enforcement. The tech […]
Computer tech giant Microsoft recently admitted that it had read through a user’s email inbox as part of an internal leak investigation. The admission has created a furore with users of Microsoft’s email service who are worried about their privacy. The case involves Alex Kibkalo, a Russian native and former senior architect who worked for […]
Under the pressure of shareholder, to make changes as revenue falls, AOL plans to sell and license patents to Microsoft in an agreement worth $1.06 billion. AOL shares climbed the most in two years. Soar AOL rose 43 percent to close at $26.40, the biggest one-day increase since Nov. 25, 2009. The shares had lost 8.2 percent of their value in the past year before Monday. Microsoft, meanwhile, fell 1.3 percent to $31.10 Monday.
Google has been accused of manipulating privacy protections in Internet Explorer 9 in order to bypass user preferences about cookies. Just a few days after the Mountain View, Calif., search giant accused Google for appearing to circumvent privacy protections on Apple Inc.’s Safari browser, Microsoft’s allegations came into picture.
There was a leak Thursday that Microsoft offered a view that was trying to invade the smartphone market from the bottom up. The fresh report said that Microsoft has plans to launch several LTE Windows Phone devices in 2012. Now, the hot news is that Microsoft is already planning to major updates, Tango and Apollo (as coded) in 2012.
Space travel may no longer be restricted to astronauts as industry leaders around the world are working to develop commercial space flight and to make space tourism the new thing to do over winter vacation. Just how close are we to making space tourism and commercial space flight something that the middle class can do, instead of just the extremely wealthy?