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The new Microsoft under Satya Nadella is still looking good on Wall Street

 Almost three years ago, Microsoft named Satya Nadella as its CEO. Since then, Microsoft has reversed its fortunes and returned to being a growth stock after stagnating for nearly a decade — and 2016 was not an exception to that. Indeed, as Microsoft continued its transition to cloud-based services and adopting multiple platforms, as well as taking big bets like buying LinkedIn for… Read More

The new Microsoft under Satya Nadella is still looking good on Wall Street

Microsoft awards hardware startup ENTy the 2016 Imagine Cup

 The festivities have wrapped for Microsoft’s Imagine Cup, a global competition among students and young people to create new software and devices. The winner this year was ENTy, a polished and highly practical hardware solution for tracking posture, helping with diagnosis and possibly treatment of diseases that affect balance. Read More

Microsoft awards hardware startup ENTy the 2016 Imagine Cup

Xiaomi inks Microsoft patent deal and agrees to pre-install Office apps on its phones

 Xiaomi is moving closer to launching its smartphones in the U.S. market. Today the Chinese company announced a partnership with Microsoft that includes a cross-license and patent transfer agreement and the pre-installation of Skype and Microsoft Office products on Xiaomi devices. Read More

Xiaomi inks Microsoft patent deal and agrees to pre-install Office apps on its phones

Microsoft’s mobile problem may not be a problem at all

 When Microsoft announced its Windows 10 strategy last year, the thinking was that the unified platform would drive Windows Mobile and finally bring the Windows phone out of the doldrums where it’s been virtually forever. The idea was you could develop once for Windows 10 desktop and easily share that code on any device, making it impossibly attractive for developers, which would… Read More

Microsoft’s mobile problem may not be a problem at all

Nokia: We’re In No Rush To Get Our Brand Back On Phones

 After exiting the smartphone market dramatically by selling its mobile making division to Microsoft for $7.2 billion back in 2013, Nokia has hinted it is looking to return to the smartphone business by a different route — taking advantage of a clause in its sale agreement that allows it to use the Nokia brand on handsets again starting from this year. Read More

Nokia: We’re In No Rush To Get Our Brand Back On Phones