Posts Tagged ‘Bill Gates’

It’s the bane of many a Windows user’s life. When you’re using it more frequently than your poor digits care to stretch, it’s often a tell-tale sign that you’re opening too many apps and lagging your PC up, or you have some sort of malware / infectious outbreak on your hands. I am, of course, referring to the famed Ctrl-Alt-Del combination often sought by Windows users as a last resort to the Task Manager as well as a login mechanism, and after umpteen years as an omni-present feature, Microsoft co-founder and Chairman Bill Gates has stepped out and confirmed that it was actually a mistake.

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The phenomenal, perhaps unrivalled collective achievements of both Bill Gates and Steve Jobs has made the details of their complex relationship one of the most intriguing stories in modern technology. Seemingly fitting of the old expression “best of friends, keenest of rivals,” Gates was as much a recipient of compliments from the late Apple co-founder as he was his famously sharp tongue, and in a new interview with CBS, the Microsoft chairman and former CEO reflects fondly on the times he shared with his Apple adversary.

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Bill Gates has stepped out and described Apple’s iPad as “frustrating” to use, noting that the device should take a leaf from the book of Microsoft’s Surface. He believes that iPad users miss key features such as the use of a physical keyboard and access to Microsoft Office, and if the Cupertino company were to take some cues from the Surface, owners of the Apple slate would enjoy a more gratifying experience.

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With Microsoft’s Surface tablet not yet even slated for a release date or given a public price, one of the company’s co-founders has claimed that the upcoming tablet may lead Microsoft to re-think its tablet strategy. In fact, the one and only Bill Gates believes that Apple may even need to make its own Surface in order to compete.

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Yep, this is really happening. Sure is, yes sir. We couldn’t make this stuff up. If you’ve ever wondered what would happen if Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates took to a stage and engaged in some sort of sing-off contest, then you’re about to be made very, very happy. If that sing-off contest needs to be in the form of a rap battle, then you’ll probably need to sit down for a minute to compose yourself before we go any further.

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There were undoubtedly good times and bad times shared between the two rivaling tech-gurus Steve Jobs and Bill Gates over the years.

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Both Steve Jobs and Bill Gates will be remembered as two of the biggest tech luminaries of their time, long after both have passed on. Anyone who has seen Pirates of Silicon Valley will know how both Apple and Microsoft’s histories are deeply intertwined, and how closely – and often not – Jobs and Gates worked together.

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Bill Gates, founder and Chairman of Redmond-based software giant Microsoft, could make a dramatic return as the company’s Chief Executive Officer, if investor gossip is to be taken on board.

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Co-founder of Microsoft Corporation William Henry Gates III aka Bill Gates is now “richer” than the federal government of the United States of America.

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In a recent interview with the New York Times, Melinda Gates once again confirmed that Apple products are not allowed in home premises of Microsoft’s founder Bill Gates. Here is an excerpt from the full interview of all the Apple related answers.

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Forbes recently updated their 400 Richest Americans list and well, let’s just say that a certain 26 year old iPhone-hating Facebook CEO is now worth more than you can ever be.

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The third ad installment from Microsoft’s enormous $300 million advertisement campaign have started to air and surprisingly they have stopped experimenting with Bill Gates and Seinfeld pair for good. This is the first time that Microsoft has responded to Apple’s popular “I’m a PC, I’m a Mac” campaign which was believed to have played a big part in tarnishing Vista’s image.

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