How To Make Sense of Microsoft’s Planned Data Centers

Monday, February 8th, 2016
Data centers are important in our wired world. They are at the heart of the Internet where information passes through. There are many challenges when it comes to building data centers. Some of the companies that frequently use them are trying to find other ways of making them more efficient. Microsoft’s Project Natick is one of those unique solutions offered- building data centers underwater. The concept of u

Nokia Partners Up With Microsoft

Monday, February 14th, 2011
Nokia may be having trouble maintaining its hold as the market leader in mobile phones, now that Android phones and the Apple iPhone have recently been getting their own shares in the market increasing. ┬áNokia, in a way felt threatened since it hasn’t made any splash lately in the mobile market, with consumer attention slowly going the way of its competitors. In a move to stay relevant in the market, Nokia

Microsoft’s Fourth Quarter Revenue Beats Expectations

Friday, July 23rd, 2010
It seems that the tech sector has recently been going through a good year so far. Aside from Apple recording its highest fiscal quarter revenue ever, there are other companies that also seem to show upbeat numbers and continue to exceed expectations. Microsoft is one of the major tech players who followed suit this fiscal quarter. Software giant Microsoft posted revenue numbers in the fiscal fourth quarter that ex

Microsoft’s Bing Enjoys 7 Percent Increase In Search Share For June

Friday, July 9th, 2010
Microsoft seems to be going into a series of unfortunate events recently. The software giant recently saw its Microsoft Kin smart phone going down the road of obscurity by announcing its discontinuation. Even their tablet concept, the so-called Courier project, was shelved in the light of the iPad launch. The company may even have been hounded by so-called news or rumors of mass layoffs that turned out to be quite

Google Moving Away From Windows

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010
Online search giant Google is doing something that it maybe should have done earlier. It is slowly moving away from using Windows in its offices. It may be literally phasing out its use on their offices due to various reasons, security being the topmost concern. According to a Financial Times report, Google has started informing employees that they are now given the option of using Mac or Linux OS on their work c