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Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system has reached a new milestone recently; the operating system is installed on more than 600 million devices as of November 2017 according to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella who revealed the figure at the company's annual shareholder's meeting. Show More Summary
While the Xbox One X tends to be marketed towards more serious gamers and not the entire Xbox player base, this doesn’t mean its sales are hurting. During an annual shareholder meeting today, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella mentioned how...Show More Summary
During Microsoft's Annual Meeting of Shareholders, CEO Satya Nadella outlined its interest in expanding its gaming services. Microsoft's gaming efforts have continued to grow in recent years, making for a major turnaround of the Xbox One brand. Show More Summary
At Microsoft’s annual shareholders meeting today, CEO Satya Nadella announced that Windows 10 is now on over 600 million monthly active devices. It took the company’s latest and greatest operating system about 27 months to hit that milestone, as first reported by GeekWire. Windows 10 was installed on over 75 million PCs in its first […]
Microsoft's Satya Nadella has announced that there are now over 600 million active Windows 10 devices on the planet. At Microsoft's annual shareholder meeting, CEO Satya Nadella has today announced that Windows 10 is now in use on over...Show More Summary
Microsoft has killed a Windows 10 Office app called Delve. This is interesting and notable because Delve was one of the first apps that demonstrated CEO Satya Nadella's vision for the company: to improve productivity. Delve was introduced in 2014, a few months after Nadella took over as CEO, with much fanfare. Show More Summary
After shutting down its mobile phone business, Microsoft is now concentrating on bringing a new ‘mobile’ device, a device that will be reinventing that category as said by Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella. That device is rumored to come with Microsoft’s unannounced but long rumored Andromeda OS. Show More Summary
A couple of years ago while a guest of Marc Benioff on stage at Salesforce’s Dreamforce customer conference, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said something that seemed to signal a new period of amicable cooperation for his company. Several...Show More Summary
Commentary: In India, Satya Nadella spots two journalists with iPads. He isn't entirely impressed.
While touring India at present, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella had time to take some jabs at Apple, the world’s biggest and most successful publicly traded company. “In a way, I don’t want to take away from whatever success Apple or Google are having. We are very different companies. We are not some middleman in the […] Read More: Microsoft throws shade at Apple
Speaking at the Microsoft Tech Summit 2017 in Beijing today, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced that Microsoft will triple the capacity of Microsoft Azure operated by 21Vianet in China in the next six months. Satya said that thisShow More Summary
Microsoft's stock is booming because of its success in cloud computing, but CEO Satya Nadella says it's because it supports the hybrid, distributed-computing approach that enterprise customers actually need...
Last week, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds," the hottest game of 2017, is now running on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Previously, "PUBG" had said it was using Amazon Web Services, Azure's single...Show More Summary
Recently Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is using Microsoft Azure instead of Amazon Web Services (AWS). Previous, the game was running on AWS as stated numerous times on the title's website. The...Show More Summary
During the earnings conference call yesterday, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke about the gaming business. He said Microsoft is broadening their approach to how they think about gaming end-to-end – from the way games are created and distributed to how they are played and viewed. Show More Summary
Microsoft's commercial cloud business just hit $20 billion in annualized revenue, a milestone CEO Satya Nadella set out for the company in 2015. The growth of Microsoft's cloud business has been boosted by the cloud-based version ofShow More Summary
In a recent GeekWire Summit interview, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella hinted the company is harnessing its resources toward an enterprise-focused mobile device running Windows. GeekWire's Todd Bishop asked Nadella point blank, "Have you given up on smartphone hardware?" Nadella's response may surprise you....
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella made just over $20 million in cash and stock over the company's most recent fiscal year, after nailing his annual performance report. Nadella's pay package was revealed in Microsoft's annual shareholder proxy...Show More Summary
In a recent interview, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said he failed, multiple times, to remain committed to consumers who have shown a commitment to Microsoft. Though he didn't mention Windows phone specifically, Nadella clearly failed in his commitment to Windows phone users. Show More Summary