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Microsoft Predicts a Bleak COVID-19 Future With ‘All Digital’ Move

Microsoft will only hold digital events until July 2021. This move is in response to COVID-19. It aims to slow down the spread of the disease and keep employees safe. While necessary, the announcement paints a bleak picture of the future. It’s official. Microsoft announced that they’re making all events digital. To curb the spread…

Did Microsoft Just Accidentally Reveal Xbox Series X Release Date?

Official Xbox sites reveal the Xbox Series X release date. Some sites confirmed that the console would be available in “Thanksgiving 2020,” while others just said “Holiday 2020”. However, Microsoft backtracked, keeping to the holiday 2020 release date. Xbox fans were excited when local sites for the UK, Australia, and India said that the Xbox…

The New Microsoft Edge Is a Third-Rate Chrome Knockoff

Since 2009 Microsoft’s web browsers have seen a dramatic decline in market share. The new Microsoft Edge aims at recapturing some of that lost market share. That seems unlikely to happen when Edge is now functionally the same as Google Chrome. The war between internet browsers has been raging since 2002 when Firefox came out…

Microsoft Just Gave a Big Tease About Xbox Project Scarlett Price

Microsoft confirms that Xbox Project Scarlett will compete with the PS5 on price. Xbox boss Phil Spencer said the console wouldn’t be “out of position” on price. Analysts have suggested that the console will cost $500. Speaking to The Verge, Xbox boss Phil Spencer said that Xbox Project Scarlett would “not be out of position…

Dot Com Pop? Apple + Microsoft More Valuable than Entire German Stock Market

Apple and Microsoft’s trillion-dollar market capitalizations value them higher than the entire German stock market. Renewed fears of a ‘tech bubble’ are growing among Wall Street analysts. But APPL and MSFT remain modestly valued and growing rapidly, while the comparison to Germany’s stock market is inherently flawed. Tech stocks are in a massive bubble, if…

Microsoft Stock Blows Away Critics With Huge Buyback Plan – CCN.com

Quick, guess the world’s most valuable company? Apple, Facebook, Google? It’s none of those. Instead, Microsoft has claimed the title. The software giant is now worth $1.1 trillion, narrowly edging out Apple for the top spot. And Microsoft’s lead is likely to grow in the coming days. That’s because the company just announced a huge…