Head of tech giant in Turkey says cloud computing ensures 'great democratization'
Ratio of not using latest softwares in Turkey's public institutions above 90 percent says Microsoft Turkey's Murat Yilmaz
Push to cloud business could mean thousands of layoffs, sources say
Microsoft's aim on Wednesday was on businesses and software developers, whether they been students building a fun app or professional technology teams.
Net profit rose 28 percent to $4.8 billion while revenues edged up eight percent to $22.1 billion in the quarter ending March 31, Microsoft said.
Social network to be integrated into Windows software in coming months, CEO says
Critics of the companies have called for these efforts, saying they could be based on a similar program to curb child pornography.
LinkedIn stock soars 48 percent following word of deal
Vice president and deputy general counsel of Microsoft, said technology companies, states and nongovernmental organizations must work together to "address terrorist use of the internet"
A blind Muslim Microsoft engineer has unveiled an AI-powered project that helps him 'see' the world
Government has 'exploited the transition to cloud computing' to conduct secret investigations, lawsuit says
Microsoft has added Wunderlist, the app that has more than than 13 million customers to its software repertoire.
The business side of the new operating system was debuted Tuesday. In the spring, Microsoft will reveal consumer capabilities.
Ireland is home to the European headquarter of several large U.S. technology companies and is a major host of data servers.
The EU's employment commissioner said he has asked to meet with Microsoft to discuss the social impact of the layoffs.
It is the first high-profile case involving malware written by developers outside of Eastern Europe that were written and distributed by developers in Kuwait and Algeria
China has banned government use of Windows 8, Microsoft Corp's latest operating system, a blow to a U.S. technology company that has long struggled with sales in the country.
Gates now owns just over 330 million Microsoft shares after the sales this week.
The bug is the first high-profile security flaw to emerge since Microsoft stopped providing security updates for Windows XP earlier this month
The legal action is the first to emerge from a humiliating episode for Microsoft, which the software company has never fully explained and has accounted for only as a "technical error."