Internet Explorer. How we mocked you.
Billions are even cooler when shared among buddies.
The ghost of Wingdings past is haunting you.
A hacker group has claimed responsibility for disabling the services.
The Financial Times reported Sunday that the social networking giant is trying to gain traction in the workplace. Facebook did not immediately comment on the report.
Microsoft had $5.84 billion in profits in the last quarter, while Amazon lost $544 million and saw its stock fall more than 8% today.
Major ed-tech players including Microsoft and Houghton Mifflin signed.
All toasters go to heaven.
“I play videogames to escape, and then this is making me do work.”
What Destiny and Microsoft’s acquisition of Minecraft say about the future of gaming.
Microsoft acquires Stockholm-based Mojang.
Clippers! Clippers! Clippers! Developers! Developers! Developers!
The former Microsoft CEO is now an NBA owner.
Judge says sale of team to ex-Microsoft CEO can move forward.
CEO Satya Nadella said in an email to employees that it was a “difficult” decision but changes will lead to “more productive, impactful teams across Microsoft.”
An in-depth Q&A with the founder of the soon-to-be public Box.
Just remember, life is not a race. It only feels that way.
A new advert is to blame.
Ballmer’s $2 billion bid for the Los Angeles Clippers reportedly was accepted.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg is now preaching stability for Facebook’s platform, as the massive land grab for developers accelerates.
Satya Nadella revealed Office for tablets and smartphones at an event in San Francisco today. It’s something that former CEO Steve Ballmer refused to do for more than a decade.
After a decade of limbo, shares of Microsoft have climbed to highs that the company hasn’t seen in more than ten years.
In the video, which was forwarded to BuzzFeed by a source, eBay CEO John Donahoe dismisses the billionaire hedge fund manager’s campaign to force a sale or spin out of PayPal as an attempt at “short term financial maneuvering to drive the stock price up.”
Apple makes nearly half a million dollars for each of its 80,300 employees, by far the most of any company on the list.
Charles River Ventures has quietly emerged as a venture capital force in Silicon Valley.
Just a fraction of all the great things video games offer.
Everything from the name of Warren Buffett’s plane to what kind of computer he uses. He replied to an “ask me anything” thread for a few hours today.