Still important for the future
When Software King of the World Microsoft removed the option to purchase 12 months of Xbox Live Gold from the Microsoft Store, many tthought the outfit could be planning to kill off the service with the launch of the Xbox Series X.
They don't need it anyway
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro suggested Microsoft could divest its holdings in China if it buys the Chinese owned short-video app TikTok.
Microsoft wants to boy the short-video app TikTok, a potential blockbuster deal that could re-shape the social media industry and further inflame crumbling US-China relations.
Top 25 companies making a killing
The COVID-19 pandemic is providing new business opportunities for the tech sector, as evidenced by the performance of the world’s top 25 technology companies, according to a GlobalData report.
You can probably see through the reasons
Software King of the World Microsoft is refusing to release a transparency report into the way it handles women employees.
Shares down two percent
Microsoft flagship cloud computing business Azure reported quarterly sales growth of under 50 percent for the first time ever on Wednesday, sending Vole’s shares down two percent.
Slack says Vole is back to its old evil ways
Slack has filed a formal complaint alleging that tech titan Microsoft is unlawfully abusing its power to squeeze newer rivals out of the market.
Remote computing enthuses Wall Street
The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street have pushed up the value of Microsoft shares by a third, thinking that the pandemic-induced shift to more remote computing will boost its business.
App store concerns
Microsoft President Brad Smith has been having a quiet chat with US lawmakers about Apple anti-competitive behaviour around its app store.