Now a reasonable $175
Microsoft has decided to give the wearable a price cut of $75. This makes the device more affordable with a price tag of $175.
One in Five sold last quarter is detachable,
Beancounters for IDC have added up the numbers, and divided by their shoe size, and come to the conclusion that Western Europe is getting more interested in detachable computers.
Aims to accelerate Internet of Things to a single open standard
On Friday, a group of industry leaders making headway in the Internet of Things (IoT) market announced a cross-industry collaboration effort aimed at unlocking the massive opportunities for consumers and business with IoT devices, and ultimately a way to quickly get everyone to adopting a single open standard.
Just stack up the bits you need
Software giant Microsoft has patented a “modular computing device” that would enable people to put together the exact PC components they want.
Just a tad over €200
As you know, Microsoft has unveiled its affordable Lumia 650 smartphone earlier today and now it has appeared all around Europe and you can find it available for pre-order.
A good mid-range price
Software giant Microsoft has released its new Windows 10 powered Lumia 650 and Lumia 540 Dual SIM. Not only is it a phone which plays nice with your PC and corporate networks, it appears to be arriving at a reasonable price. Redmond tells us that you can pick one up for £150 - £160 in the UK
Making it like the rest of Microsoft’s business
Software giant Microsoft is planning to get its Xbox business back in gear by making it follow the same sort of business model which worked for it on Microsoft office.
Not much hope
Software giant Microsoft is telling dozens of employees in its phone division that they are surplus to requirements and should expect to clean out their desks fairly soon.
Embedded in Android
Software king of the world Microsoft will bundle its mobile productivity suite of apps onto Acer’s Android-based smartphones and tablets.
So it is almost certainly doomed
The shy and retiring Micrososft CEO Steve “sounds of silence” Ballmer has quietly put forward his modest opinion that Microsoft's hardware—Surface, HoloLens, and Xbox—is "absolutely essential" to its future.