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Microsoft recasts MSN, rolls out Delve search tool

Over the last few years Microsoft Corp's MSN (Microsoft Network) has largely sat in the sidelines as the company pushed other Web-based services and solutions such as Bing and Windows Live. In a surprise move this week, Microsoft made it known that ... Computer Dealer News, 1 month ago

Apple intercepts Microsoft's Surface tablet NFL play

Microsoft Corp. thought it had scored a touchdown when it struck a multiyear deal with the NFL that would allow teams to use the company's Surface tablets during games. Too bad television announcers keep referring to the devices as iPads. The ...
 ActiveWin.com4 weeks ago Apple Intercepts Microsoft's NFL Play  Top Tech News1 month ago

Bears quarterback Cutler calls Surface tablets 'knockoff iPads'

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler didn't make many friends at Microsoft Corp. last week. On his weekly radio show, CBS Sports reports Cutler referred to Microsoft Surface tablets, on the sidelines of every NFL football game, as "knockoff iPads." ...
 Seattle TechFlash20 hours ago

Microsoft to offer premium features on cheaper phones

NEW DELHI: Microsoft Mobiles will bring premium features like search engine Bing and One Drive storage solution to affordable smartphones and even on phones costing less than $100, as it aims to drive up volumes to increase the share of Windowsbased ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
Los Angeles Business

Mark Cuban's advice to new Clippers owner Ballmer: Don't be shy

Mark Cuban, the tech investor whose sideline antics as owner of the Dallas Mavericks sometimes gets him in trouble, says he is glad to have former
 Market Pulse Navigator1 month ago
Canberra Times

Markets Live: Rally takes breather

To get back to levels consistent with history, and updated to reflect the larger size of economies now versus 2007, it would take some time indeed - until 2023 - without "potentially disruptive sales of significant amounts of government bonds (and ...
 Canberra Times7 hours ago
Canberra Times

Markets Live: Aussie up on China ...

The chat around the industry and investment circles is that a deal is brewing and one that will involve Rupert Murdoch's empire either directly or via Foxtel, in which News Corp has a 50 per cent stake. Any changes in Ten's ownership would need to ...
 Canberra Times9 hours ago Markets Live: Aussie up on China data  WA Today9 hours ago
Melbourne Age

Markets Live: Caution before China GDP

12:19pm: Here's a nice little lunchtime success story: As punters crowded betting booths at the Melbourne Cup six years ago, Marcelo Ulvert and his business partner Malcolm Treanor opened three bank accounts for $37.50. They now joke it was the ...
 Melbourne Age10 hours ago
Canberra Times

Markets Live: Caution ahead of ...

Data due at 1pm AEDT is expected to show that China's economy grew at its weakest pace in more than five years in the third quarter as a property downturn weighed on demand, raising the chances of more aggressive policy steps from the government. ...
 Canberra Times10 hours ago
Sydney Morning Herald

China fears hit market

China faces a "deep structural slowdown and broad uncertainty" in the decade ahead, the New York-based research group said in the report yesterday. China's development model, based on state direction of capital and growth-fixated monetary policy, ...
 Sydney Morning Herald11 hours ago
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