And it is quite a read. It has been a couple of weeks since the new Redmond leader took charge, and now Satya Nadella has given his first interview, to outside media, that is. There have been
Microsoft released a first internal CEO intro interview video. Check out the interview with the new CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella.
I’m a big fan of Mary Jo Foley. I think she is one of the best technology reporters out there and does excellent work very consistently. I found this interview online that she did with Steve Ballmer
The good folks at The Verge (Tom Warren) got a chance to sit down with Microsoft’s Panos Panay, the man in charge of the company’s Surface efforts, to talk about the new devices and the Surface’s future.
I met Tony Bradley a few years ago at some technology shindig we attended in Las Vegas a few years ago and we have stayed in touch. Tony is a very highly regarded tech analyst and writer
The Verge reported today that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer made some very interesting and candid statements regarding Microsoft’s current position in the mobile space. ….CEO Steve Ballmer was refreshingly realistic about the company’s struggles in smartphones and
So in light of all the Microsoft related noise happening out there, I recently got a chance to sit down with someone who does this for a living. Wes Miller is a (highly respected) research analyst at Directions
The big news is out. Steve Ballmer is leaving Microsoft and everyone has an opinion. Mary Jo Foley, Tom Merritt, and Paul Thurrott discuss this in lots of detail for TWIT and it’s a really good and
So earlier today, we wrote about the new partnership between Lenovo and Pokki and being the nosy bastard that I am, I wanted to find out a little more. I reached out to the good folks at
Microsoft announced its second quarter earnings earlier today, and as expected analysts were quick to weigh in on how they believed the technology titan has performed in the past three months. And needless to say, the stark