Computers

Microsoft dips after revenue misses expectations – CNBC

Posted: Thursday, April 27, 2017

<!– –> HOME EDITION News Economy Finance Health Care Real Estate Wealth Autos Earnings Energy Life Media Politics Retail Commentary Special Reports Asia Europe CFO Council Markets Pre-Markets U.S. Asia Europe Stocks Commodities Currencies Bonds Funds ETFs Investing Trading Nation Trader Talk Financial Advisors Personal Finance Etf Street Portfolio Watchlist Stock Screener Fund Screener Tech Mobile Social Media Enterprise Gaming Cybersecurity Tech Guide Make It Entrepreneurs Leadership Careers Money Specials…

Microsoft’s Revenue Falls Short of Estimates – Fortune

Posted: Thursday, April 27, 2017

Microsoft on Thursday reported quarterly revenue that slightly missed analysts’ estimates, as robust demand for its cloud computing services failed to offset weak growth in its personal computing division. Shares of the world’s largest software company fell 1% to $67.62 in trading after the bell. Under CEO Satya Nadella, who took the helm in 2014, Microsoft has sharpened its focus on the fast-growing cloud computing unit to counter a prolonged…

Microsoft gets dinged by hardware — this time, it’s Surface – USA TODAY

Posted: Thursday, April 27, 2017

CLOSE x Embed x Share Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella talks to USA TODAY’s Marco Della Cava about his three years at the helm of the iconic tech company. Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY Satya Nadella, 49, took over as Microsoft CEO three years ago this month. He has pushed a major cultural shift at the tech giant, and in the coming years must deliver on big bets ranging from a LinkedIn…

Hackers used Microsoft Word bug ‘for months’ – BBC News

Posted: Thursday, April 27, 2017

Image caption The bug was found in Microsoft Office software – and went unfixed for months A bug in Microsoft Word was exploited by hackers for months before it was eventually fixed, according to security researchers. The flaw allowed attackers to take control of a computer via malicious document files. The zero-day, or previously undetected, vulnerability was patched earlier this month. However, it has since emerged that Microsoft was told…

Thanks to Google, Cubans Are Getting a Much Faster Internet – NBCNews.com

Posted: Thursday, April 27, 2017

Google is about to change the internet browsing experience in Cuba in a big way. On Wednesday, the technology giant became the first foreign internet company to set up servers in the island nation. While it won’t do much to boost internet access in the country, it will speed up the experience for those who are already online. Google’s Cuban servers will be able to store popular content locally, making…

Why Microsoft’s profit boom is just beginning, according to Credit Suisse – CNBC

Posted: Thursday, April 27, 2017

<!– –> HOME EDITION News Economy Finance Health Care Real Estate Wealth Autos Earnings Energy Life Media Politics Retail Commentary Special Reports Asia Europe CFO Council Markets Pre-Markets U.S. Asia Europe Stocks Commodities Currencies Bonds Funds ETFs Investing Trading Nation Trader Talk Financial Advisors Personal Finance Etf Street Portfolio Watchlist Stock Screener Fund Screener Tech Mobile Social Media Enterprise Gaming Cybersecurity Tech Guide Make It Entrepreneurs Leadership Careers Money Specials…