Microsoft wants to win back the consumers it let down

Microsoft hasn’t exactly been winning over consumers recently, leaving many onlookers wondering if the company is switching all of its efforts to businesses and turning into another IBM. Over the past couple of years, Microsoft has killed off its Groove Music service, officially discontinued Kinect, scrapped its Microsoft Band fitness …

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These gorgeous analog watches have a secret

Here’s what’s great about smartwatches and fitness watches: They put text messages and notifications right on your wrist. They motivate you to be healthier. Here’s what’s not great about them: Their screens are blank until you lift your arm a certain way, they have terrible battery life, and they look …

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Microsoft's earnings beat expectations as cloud business booms

Microsoft (MSFT) announced its Q4 2018 earnings on Thursday and it beat analysts’ projections. This came as all major business segments saw year-over-year growth. The Windows maker posted earnings of $1.14 per share on $30.1 billion of revenue. Analysts predicted earnings of $1.08 per share on $29.22 billion in revenue. …

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Disney is bringing back Star Wars: The Clone Wars

During the 10th Anniversary Clone Wars panel at San Diego Comic-Con, creator and producer Dave Filoni announced that the show would return on Disney’s streaming service, finishing off the story that was widely considered to be left hanging after the show’s abrupt cancellation in 2013. From 2008 to 2013, The …

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Microsoft says hackers already targeted three 2018 midterm candidates

Hackers have already targeted at least three 2018 Congressional candidates, according to a Microsoft executive, who disclosed the attempted cyber-intrusions today during a panel at the Aspen Security Forum. Tom Burt, corporate vice president for customer security and trust at Microsoft, noted at the panel today that the company had …

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