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Microsoft Build 2018 LIVE Updates: We need to build trust in technology, says Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella
The Microsoft Build 2018 will include keynotes on upcoming announcements and insights around artificial intelligence, mixed reality, and the cloud. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella along with senior executives and top engineers will share their views on different aspects of Microsoft forays.
With Windows Chief Terry Myerson leaving the company after spending 21 years, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has announced a massive reorganization of its engineering teams.
Tech world shock over Las Vegas shooting, Satya Nadella, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg and Chuck Robbins convey their prayers for victims’ family
Satya Nadella, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg and Chuck Robbins have conveyed their prayers for the families and loved ones who are grieving after one of the deadliest attack in America modern history
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has written his first book "Hit Refresh" where he tells the inside story of the Microsoft. It goes on sale globally on September 26, 2017 and is available for pre-order today.
Microsoft is not only building IT solutions solely to support conspicuous consumption, it is also working to make a positive impact in the world, said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella
With an aim to enhance interoperability, data exchange between their applications and platforms, CEO of Adobe Shantanu Narayen, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Bill McDermott, CEO of SAP launch the Open Data Initiative.
In a major reorganisation put forward by Satya Nadella at American technology giant Microsoft, its Windows Chief Terry Myerson is leaving the company after spending 21 years.
Dell Technologies said it is expanding its partnership with Microsoft. Through this collaboration, the companies will deliver a fully native, supported, and certified VMware cloud infrastructure on Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft has acquired startup Citus Data known for commercializing an open-source database software called PostgreSQL. It investors include Silicon Valley accelerator Y Combinator, Data Collective and Khosla Ventures.
With an aim to support people with special needs, global technology giant Microsoft has pledged to invest $25 million over five years on the programme called “AI for Accessibility”.
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