With Apple expected to announce a new, low-end and ultimately low-cost iPad during its education-focused March 27th event, Google has sought to steal a march on its long time competitor by getting a tablet of its own out the door first.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, often quoted for his underestimation of the iPhone back in 2007, may have finally admitted he was wrong about Apple's smartphone.
Microsoft's outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer has been talking to Microsoft watcher Mary Jo Foley in what will probably be his last interview while still in charge of the Redmond firm that was once the ruler of the world. Now though, and partly under Ballmer's stewardship, Microsoft has found itself falling behind its competitors in all kinds of metrics.
A couple of months back, Microsoft confirmed that CEO Steve Ballmer would be retiring in a matter of months, and now, the Redmond company's head honcho has delivered a poignant farewell speech to the company he has manned for well over a decade.
Microsoft’s Chief Executive, Steve Ballmer, announced today that they managed to sell over 8 million Kinect units in just 60 days since launch. This figure of course has significantly outpaced the 5 million units the company had expected to sell in 2010.
The International Consumer Electronics Show 2011 (CES) will kick off today, commencing with the keynote address from Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft. His keynote like always will be streamed LIVE from Las Vegas on January 5th, 2010 at 6.30 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time), which is 2:30 am GMT. Click here to view what time it will be in your region when Steve delivers his keynote.
The day has come, dear readers! Microsoft, at their Windows Phone 7 launch event, has officially announced all the things we’ve wanted to know about WP7 since its original public unveiling in Barcelona.
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.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie are live right now from D: All Things Digital Conference (aka D8 Conference). It will be interesting to see how the two top executives of Microsoft answer all the questions related to ongoing fierce competition from the likes of Apple in consumer space, and from Google in web and enterprise space.
According to the latest round of rumors, Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer will make a surprise appearance at WWDC 2010 (7 minutes to be exact from Steve Jobs keynote) to announce Visual Studio 2010 for iPhone, iPad and Mac OS development. John Gruber of Daring Fireball reports the following.