The rumors were all true! Redmond has just made an official announcement confirming that both Tony Bates and Tami Reller are parting ways with the company to pursue other opportunities. Suitable replacements, the company says, have already been found. Within. We first got wind of this development yesterday. And CEO...

Keep on shaking, until things go right? Well, if the start of February brought the big news that Satya Nadella has taken charge as the new Microsoft CEO, the start of March brings rumors of more shakeups. Word is that a big shakeup is planned for the upper management at Redmond — then again, people have warned about...

Redmond has a thing going with the full version of its Office productivity suite on its Surface lineup of tablets and other Windows powered slates. Office 365 clients are also available on competing mobile platforms, namely iOS and Android. Talks of full versions for the latter two platforms have been going on for...

Remember Tami Reller? The senior Microsoft executive? Of course, you do. She has been out the spotlight these past couple of months, but nevertheless, leads up marketing work at Redmond. Another things that has been out of spotlight recently are some Microsoft certified statistics. For a company that used to throw...

Tami Reller, the former Windows boss that took the reins after the departure of Steven Sinofsky has now taken charge as the Executive Vice President of Marketing for Microsoft. And according to a recent report by American Banking News, the high-profile executive has sold 5,800 shares of her stock on the open market on...

According to the latest statistics provided by market research firm Net Applications, Windows XP is currently powering 37.13 percent of computers the world over. These numbers put the classic operating system as the second most popular in the world, just behind Windows 7, which tops the rankings at 44.37 percent. This...

Microsoft has just confirmed that the full version of Windows 8.1, its upcoming operating system, would be sent to OEMs in August, indicating that the new OS would be available for end users later this year. Insider sources had previously indicated that the software titan was eyeing either August or September for its...

A lot has transpired from the first day rumors came out claiming Windows Blue to be in development. Microsoft came out and confirmed that it was working on an upgrade, screenshots surfaced, builds leaked. And now we are at a stage where we have a reasonable understanding of most of the new features that are to be part...

So all the Steve Ballmer bashing got me thinking the other day, if he just up and left, who would be the natural replacement for him? When you get past all the hateful rhetoric and some of the deep and fairly valid criticism, Mr. Ballmer’s job is a pretty extraordinary one and since he has done this job for so long, he...

The final stable build of Windows 8.1 is set to go live in just a few months, with various sources conjuring up random dates. But according to Tami Reller, the CFO of the Windows division, Microsoft has the important holiday season squarely in mind. She was speaking recently at the JP Morgan Conference. According to...