Forming monopolies is the American way
Software king of the world Microsoft claims that its bid to buy Activision Blizzard is as much a constitutional right as owning guns.
Take your nasty 'amburger eating cookies out of our sight
France's privacy watchdog has decided not to surrender to the software king of the world Microsoft and fined the outfit €60 million for dropping advertising cookies in users' computers without their explicit consent in violation of data protection laws in the European Union.
Netflix and chilling blue screen of death
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Microsoft might be thinking of buying Netflix next year.
...who just happen to be Playstation players
Microsoft has been sued by 10 playstation players over its proposed $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
Wants it to be more fun
Software King of the World Microsoft is having another crack at modernising its Skype messaging service.
Means they will buy into Vole's cloud
Software King of the World Microsoft has bought a four per cent share in the London Stock Exchange as part of a partnership which will see the LSEG move to Vole's Azure and Cloud.
Worried that Microsoft will pull games from rival consoles
US anti-trust regulators are going to court to stop Microsoft's buy-out of Activision-Blizzard claiming that they are worried that non-Microsoft gaming consoles will suffer.
Saves on court cases later
The Pentagon is divvying up $9 billion in cloud contracts between Google, Oracle, Microsoft and Amazon, presumably to avoid one of the megatech companies getting offended and suing.
Brings 11 Gen Intel chips to the mix
Microsoft's Surface Hub 2 has a rather natty feature which allows punters to upgrade or repair the device's guts by undoing a screw and sliding out the compute module containing the CPU, RAM, motherboard, and other components you might want to refresh.