The Microsoft Corporation founder fielded questions from eight schools around the country, one question from each school.
Bing, the Microsoft search engine, is looking at secondary schools as the next front in its web-search war against Google.
Windows XP has been given a year to live. After that, it’ll still work, but Microsoft won’t be providing support or security updates for the operating system.
Microsoft is going on the offensive against the world’s most popular e-mail service, starting a multimillion dollar advertising blitz that questions the way Gmail works.
The effort among Philadelphia’s district, charter, and archdiocesan schools known as the “Great Schools Compact” has received a $2.5-million grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
To protect yourself, use another free browser like Chrome or Firefox.
Nokia is betting on the phone version of Microsoft’s PC software. Resizable Windows “live tiles” display the latest texts, tweets, and Facebook updates.
It’s the world’s most popular e-mail service, but Microsoft thinks Hotmail can do better.
At the end of Gov. Tom Corbett’s visit to the Microsoft facility, reporters raised questions related to the governor’s next budget, unveiled Tuesday in Harrisburg.