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Having just released Windows 10, the tech giant is looking to pay out big bucks to bug hunters.
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Facebook, Airbnb and Microsoft announced new plans to hire more women and minorities. More than 90 startups were represented at the event.
Uber reached an important milestone in valuation three years before Facebook.
Also, demand fell for its Windows operating system.
The company says it was looking for a partner who would take on the manufacturing, sales, marketing and customer support for the products.
Microsoft has released a new video showing doctors and med students manipulating holographic 'cadavers' through the augmented reality headset.
After write-offs, an impairment charge, and thousands of job cuts, can Microsoft recoup any value from its $7.2 billion Nokia acquisition? Let the debate begin.
The latest job cuts would be in addition to the 18,000 jobs Microsoft said it planned to cut a year ago.
Turns out you may be at risk if you're running Windows 8.1 on a Samsung computer.
Once complacent because of the dominance of its software, the company is moving forward in both cloud and mobile.
Hold your pickaxe, partner. Microsoft just blew Minecraft clear out of the sandbox. Way out.
The video-game titans vied for attention ahead of the industry's annual conference, offering sneak peeks at their latest games.
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