DOJ Overreach Could Kill The Digital Economy

Opinion | Denys Emmert
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Requests for data stored abroad have imperiled U.S. companies doing business internationally.

Hackers Charged With Stealing Microsoft Xbox, US Army Helicopter Software

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

Members of international hacking ring charged with more than $100 million in intellectual property theft

Microsoft Brings Back The 'Start' Menu In Windows 10 Unveil

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

First new operating system since poorly received ‘Windows 8′

Can The DOJ Seize Emails From American Companies Stored Anywhere On Earth?

Opinion | Zack Christenson
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella gestures as he speaks during his keynote address at the company's "build" conference in San Francisco

If so, it would have major ramifications for their ability to do business.

Microsoft Spends $2.5 Billion on Minecraft

Business | Reuters
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‘Minecraft is the top paid-for app both on Apple Inc’s iOS and Google Inc’s Android systems’

Microsoft Releases Its Own Version of Snapchat

Tech | Kate Patrick
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Microsoft keeps trying to compete, comes up with something completely unoriginal and calls it ‘WindUp’

Microsoft In Talks For Store Location On Fifth Ave -- Right Next To Apple

Business | Kate Patrick

They’re bringing home the competition

Microsoft Wants Touchscreens To Feel Like Keyboards

Tech | Kate Patrick
Microsoft's Surface Pro 2 is seen during the launch of their Surface 2 tablets in New York

Researcher says we’re doing it wrong — we need to feel like we’re pressing keys

Samsung Gets Itself Sued Again

Business | Kate Patrick
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Microsoft sues Samsung over Android patent

US Judge Says Microsoft Can't Stop DOJ From Looking At Emails

Tech | Kate Patrick
A employee stands in the Microsoft booth during the 2014 Computex exhibition at the TWTC Nangang exhibition hall in Taipei

But the order is temporarily stayed so Microsoft can appeal

Microsoft Exposes The Government's Crafty New Method Of Accessing Your Email

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
A employee stands in the Microsoft booth during the 2014 Computex exhibition at the TWTC Nangang exhibition hall in Taipei

‘The government seeks to sidestep these rules’

Windows 8 Died at Launch, Microsoft Moves on to Windows 9

Tech | Andy Patrizio

Rarely is a working product so maligned before it hits the market — Microsoft has given up trying to revive it

Google Grants Half Of 'Right To Be Forgotten' Requests

Tech | Josh Evans
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Google, Microsoft and Yahoo questioned

Microsoft Cuts 18,000 Jobs, Stock Goes Up

Business | Kate Patrick
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CEO Satya Nadella sends email rationalizing layoffs, wants to make Microsoft ‘more agile’

Microsoft May Announce Job Cuts This Week

Business | Kate Patrick
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella gestures as he speaks during his keynote address at the company's "build" conference in San Francisco

Bloomberg says it might be Microsoft’s biggest job cut yet

Obama Administration Claims Right To Access U.S. Company Data Stored Overseas

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
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‘The extraordinary reach of the demand here raises serious questions about its legitimacy’

FOLLOW THE MONEY: Microsoft Set To Make A Killing Off Common Core

Education | Eric Owens
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Is Bill Gates looking to recoup the $200 million he has spent hawking the standards?

NOBODY PANIC: Microsoft Ends Windows 7 Mainstream Support

Tech | Kate Patrick
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PC users will be forced to upgrade to the dreaded Windows 8…or else just buy a Mac

Microsoft Is Changing Its Snooping Ways

Tech | Kate Patrick
A shadow of a man using his mobile phone is cast near Microsoft logo at the 2014 Computex exhibition in Taipei

Microsoft is now protecting your email from the NSA