by Jules Wang | February 10, 2016 8:39 PM
The Office pool has grown just a bit larger. ASUS signed with Microsoft to include the latter's suite of productivity apps. After a few bouts of fighting, so has Samsung. Acer thought it was time to do the same as it will begin pre-loading Microsoft productivity apps such as Word and Skype on its Android wares starting in the second half of the year (pictured above: the Windows 10 version of the Liquid Jade Primo smartphone). With that announcement, Microsoft went on in a separate announcement to say that it has notched its 74th licensing deal. It now has "strategic agreements" with ...
by Jules Wang | October 1, 2015 9:54 PM
Microsoft's latest hardware is just days away from setting out into the public, but a little bread and butter action comes first. After all, Microsoft has the word "soft" in its name. Its ubiquitous Office software has gotten around better than its smartphones. And as we've found out in a joint press release with ASUS, the going around for Microsoft has just gotten even better. The two companies broadened an existing patent agreement between ASUS's phones and tablets (and phone-tablet hybrids) running Android and Microsoft's software and services. One of the marquee outcomes from this ...
by Adam Doud | March 18, 2014 7:00 AM
Spoiler alert. If you haven’t watched The Walking Dead yet, go do so and come back. We’ll wait. Recently, Microsoft reportedly struck deals with a couple of future Windows Phone friends in which Microsoft dropped their licensing fees for their operating system to the low, low price of…free. This wasn’t really a surprise as rumors about it doing so went back several months. But it did raise questions. How can Microsoft do this? It’s just crazy talk. Like, blonde girls on The Walking Dead crazy. Does this spell the end? For blonde girls on The Walking Dead, yes. But for Microsoft, ...
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