After two weeks on PC, Pocketwatch Games finally releases its chaotic thieving title on Xbox 360.
The clash of consoles is underway,
Three best-in-class startups from Microsoft's Israel accelerator program are traveling around the U.S. seeking investment and business connections.
Nokia's latest phone shows that it's not eager to give up on the developing market for low-end smartphones.
It's been a slowish day for funding news, but with big dollar signs on many of the deals that did happen. Here's a rundown on the days' deals.
Microsoft already owns a piece of Nook, having invested $300 million into the business in April 2012. According to the report, Microsoft would buy the digital operation, which includes e-books, movies, TV, comics, apps, and more.
With Microsoft's chief financial officer Peter Klein announcing that he would step down from the position during the Q3 2012 earnings, the company announced today that corporate vice president Amy Hood will take over the role effective immediately.
Activision Blizzard beats estimates, but World of Warcraft loses 1.3M subscribers.
Here's the complete download from EA's earnings call. The game giant continues to invest in next-generation games for Sony and Microsoft platforms.
Yahoo is focusing on interfaces and voice controls for search, not the heavy-duty algorithmic machinery that powers it all.
Blue Jeans unveiled a massive update to its standard pricing today, adding a new licensing model that offers companies unlimited "all you can meet" videoconferencing plans for as low as $10 per user, per month.
Microsoft still faces criticism for its Windows 8 operating system, but despite that, the software giant has sold more than 100 million licenses in its first six months of availability and important updates are on the way.
Hulu's new Windows Phone 8 app integrates with your Hulu Plus account and looks pretty slick, besides.
Apple’s in the top 10 for the first time ever, Facebook hits the list, and Dell sells more than Google as Fortune Magazine released its Fortune 500 companies today, ranking the top 500 companies by global income.
Notable this year …
Google Drive and Dropbox competitor SkyDrive now has more than 250 million users, Microsoft said today in a blog post.
There's a reason the rich get richer, and wealthy corporations get wealthier. They're smarter than the rest of us, and they have more financial tools at their disposal.
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Microsoft's decision to get rid of Hotmail and replace it with Outlook.com appears to have paid off.
Semi-custom chips could be as much as 20 percent of AMD's revenue by the fourth quarter.
Microsoft still isn't divulging official Surface numbers, but it looks like it's at least making a dent in the tablet market.