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2011-01-14 10:45:00

Overall sales of video games fell short of expectations for 2010 but are expected to climb back up for 2011 as people embrace new ways of playing games online and on mobile devices, according to retail research firm NPD Group.

2011-01-11 05:50:00

Microsoft Corp announced on Monday that Bob Muglia, who led the company’s server and tools division, will leave the company this summer at the behest of Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer.

2011-01-06 12:45:32

Microsoft Corp is teaming up with Britain's ARM Holdings for its tablet computer and smartphone devices.

2010-11-08 06:05:00

Microsoft’s chief executive officer has sold over 49 million shares of company stock, according to a filing by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

2010-11-02 07:38:14

As Russia pushes ahead to create an independent technology hub, software giant Microsoft came forward and pledged millions of dollars Monday for the country to expand growth in the underdeveloped market.

2010-10-25 03:59:00

LONDON, October 25, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Misys, the global application software and services company, announces a new strategic alliance with Microsoft Corp. The new initiative builds on last year's mission-critical applications development alliance and will deliver Misys' banking and capital markets applications via the Windows Azure cloud platform. Mike Lawrie, Chief Executive of Misys, believes this is an innovative step forward for the financial services industry.

2010-10-12 06:00:00

Microsoft unveiled its new Windows Phone 7 (WP7) mobile phone operating system on Monday, in an attempt to recapture lost market share from the iPhone, Blackberry and devices powered by Google's Android software.

2010-10-06 05:45:00

Consumers looking for an alternative to Apple iPad’s dominance of the tablet computer market may find more of a selection hitting the market in the next couple of months.

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