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Microsoft rebrands Twitch competitor and adds mobile live streaming
CNBC
Beam was the most popular game streaming app on Xbox One last month, Mike Nichols, CMO for Xbox at Microsoft, told CNBC in an interview. Microsoft has not talked about how many users Beam has. Twitch has nearly 10 million daily active users.
Microsoft's Video Game Streaming Service Gets a Name ChangeFortune
Microsoft Relaunches Its Twitch Competitor as MixerVariety
Microsoft game-streaming service Beam is now 'Mixer,' with new features to take on Amazon's TwitchGeekWire
The Seattle Times -The Verge -TechCrunch -YouTube
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Microsoft Still Has Plenty Of Room To Grow
Seeking Alpha
Microsoft's amazing surge over the years have left some investors doubting about whether there's enough room left for the company to grow further. In the technology sector there are always plenty of opportunities to grow, such as AI, Cloud and IoT for ...



Email, Google, Microsoft, and Our Academic EdTech Conversation
Inside Higher Ed (blog)
Google has huge higher ed mindshare, but lower market share than Microsoft in the productivity tools (e-mail, word processing, presentation and spreadsheet software) that we use every day. Why hasn't Microsoft been able to translate its higher ed ...



Quartz

Microsoft released a new version of Windows that's tailor-made for the Chinese government
Quartz
On May 23 Microsoft formally announced a new version of Windows 10, customized for an important client—the Chinese government. The tailor-made software's unveiling highlights the hoops foreign internet companies must jump through in China and the ...
Microsoft Just Built A Special Version of Windows For ChinaFortune
Microsoft Surface Hub: Hands-on with the giant, expensive collaboration screenZDNet
Beijing's Version of Microsoft Windows 10 Tightens Security, Ditches SolitaireFox Business
Wall Street Journal (subscription) -The Seattle Times -Windows Blog -SlideShare
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Fortune

Microsoft Is Said to Be Eyeing Another Cybersecurity Buy
Fortune
Microsoft has agreed to acquire cyber security firm Hexadite for $100 million, Israeli financial news website Calcalist reported on Wednesday. Hexadite, headquartered in Boston with its research and development center in Israel, provides technology to ...
Report: Microsoft to buy security firm Hexadite for $100M as Cloudyn still in progressTechCrunch
Microsoft reportedly buys Israeli cybersecurity firm HexaditeCNBC
Microsoft said to buy Israel's Hexadite for $100 millionThe Times of Israel
Redmondmag.com -TheStreet.com
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BizTimes.com (Milwaukee)

Microsoft TEALS launching in Wisconsin
BizTimes.com (Milwaukee)
“We are thrilled that Microsoft is investing in our region by establishing the TEALS program in support of computer science education in several Wisconsin high schools,” said Paul Mueller, chief information officer at Thrivent Financial, a nonprofit ...



KOAT Albuquerque

Despite data breach, consumers still trust Microsoft
KOAT Albuquerque
"WannaCry" targeted at least 100,000 organizations in 150 countries by exploiting a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows, making it one of the largest and most damaging online assaults in history. Still, 39 percent of people say they're likely to ...
Risk & Repeat: Microsoft slams NSA over EternalBlueTechTarget

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The Verge

Watch Panos Panay launch Microsoft's new Surface Pro
The Verge
Microsoft held a special event in China earlier this week to launch the company's new Surface Pro hardware. While the software giant promised to live blog the event itself, Microsoft's plans failed due to connectivity and the company didn't live stream ...
New Microsoft Surface Pro - Tablet's best feature won't be available at launchExpress.co.uk
Microsoft's Surface Pro Gets a Much-Needed RefreshMotley Fool
Why you should stop asking if a tablet can replace your laptop - the world has moved onBusiness Insider
Khaleej Times -Yahoo Finance -The Verge
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Microsoft court victory prompts call for data-grabbing regime
The Register
In July last year, three judges from the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled that the Stored Communications Act does not require Microsoft to reveal customer information stored outside the US. The decision followed from an appeal by Microsoft ...

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