Here's an analysis of what this week's Microsoft's financial results mean for the software giant’s core businesses.
Recent Microsoft Stories
Microsoft highlights the Xbox Adaptive Controller on its Super Bowl 2019 ad, and it's very touching.
It occurred to me that there might be an interesting visual way to compare how Apple and Microsoft make money.
Microsoft today announced that it earned net income of $8.4 billion on revenues of $32.5 billion in the quarter ending December 31.
Microsoft To-Do integration in Cortana is now generally available.
Microsoft and Apple announce the release of Office 365 on the Mac App Store.
Microsoft's Bing search engine gets blocked by the Chinese government.
Microsoft has partnered with NewsGuard to warn users of its Edge mobile browser about fake news.
I was amused to see that Microsoft has undertaken a campaign to warn Edge mobile users about untrustworthy news sites.
Microsoft Edge now integrates NewsGuard so you can avoid fake news on the web.
Two years ago, I sounded the alarm: Microsoft cannot afford to lose the education market to Google services and Chromebooks.
Microsoft's new Classroom Pen is designed to be more durable for students.
Microsoft is launching a bunch of new VR-focused Education tools, including Immersive Reader for VR.
Microsoft Teams for Education gets a new Assignments experience, Turnitin integration, and automatic syncing for grades.
Cortana gets new features that let you automate your smart home devices.
Microsoft's To-Do app picked up a series of new features across all platforms this week.
Microsoft sends out invites for Mobile World Congress where the company could talk about HoloLens' future.
Following lawsuits against Fortnite for stealing dances, Microsoft quietly removes 2 popular emotes from Forza Horizon 4.
You can now support your favorite streamers with actual money, and get some flashy stickers in return.
Microsoft rolls out new firmware update for the Surface Laptop line with improved GPU stability.
Windows 10 gets a number of cumulative updates for Patch Tuesday.
Microsoft Edge now has a powerful new picture-in-picture mode on iOS.
Microsoft rolls out support for Files On-Demand on OneDrive for Mac.
Microsoft's Office apps test support for @mentions on Android and iOS.
Microsoft's newest Surface Studio is now available for pre-order in the UK, comes with a free pair of Surface Headphones.
With the understanding that both of these things are mostly theater, only one really resonates with all of its customers.
Microsoft's new data bank will supposedly give users control over their personal information.