Microsoft In Talks To Invest In Dell Buyout
Computer manufacturer Dell is looking to go private, and Microsoft is considering pitching in.
Apple Wins 51 Percent Of U.S. Market, Android Wins Everywhere Else And Windows Grows In Europe
With just over 51 percent of the market, the iPhone was the top-selling phone in the U.S. during the last quarter of 2012, according to statistics reported by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. Android came in second place, with 44.8 percent, while Microsoft lagged behind with only 2.6 percent of all smartphone sales.
Steve Ballmer Is the Wrong Person Leading Microsoft: Former Exec Has Harsh Words For Current CEO
Microsoft CEO has been accused of pushing out rising stars that could threaten his position.
Microsoft Shutting Down Messenger on March 15: Users Moving to Skype
If you're one of the 100 million+ people using Windows Live Messenger, it's time to start saying goodbye. On Tuesday, Microsoft began informing Messenger users via email that it will be shutting down the communication service on March 15, 2013.
Google Maps Blocked On Windows Phone: Is Microsoft In Google's Crosshair?
Life used to be so simple when it came to categorizing major computer and software companies. Microsoft was the evil, monolithic corporation. Apple wanted to control all your activity. Facebook wanted all your personal information. And Google was the trustworthy one.