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If things settle down the way people think they will about iPhone 8 and iPhone X sales, will we ever take consumers to the bleeding edge?
The company's third and current CEO has something like a memoir out and in it, he expresses his disappointment with the Nokia acquisition.
Microsoft hasn't entirely given up on homebrewed smartphones, which however still need time to figure out the "next change in form and function."
"If you're going to be 'mobile-first, cloud-first,' you really do need to have a sense of what you're doing in mobile devices."
Remember Steve Ballmer? Of course you do. Of course current Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella does. Ballmer’s the largest shareholder of the company. And while you may have slights against Ballmer’s corporate management tactics, he certainly has a beef with Microsoft’s financial reporting practices.
Microsoft had its annual shareholders meeting today. The company projected an annualized rate of sales that would grow the company’s cloud business to $20 billion by 2018.
Ballmer is not happy that the Redmond giant would not disclose profit margins or sales [...]
Learn more about Satya Nadella's thoughts on the future of Lumia devices, as he clearly admits that the company desperately needs better flagships.
Learn more about Microsoft's plans with Windows 10, as a source for gaining traction in its new mobile strategy after the recent lay offs.
Learn more about the future of Microsoft's hardware division with the departure of Stephen Elop and other team leaders with a new corporate shake up
Learn more about Satya Nadella's way of measuring success when it comes to mobile, as he believes that market share isn't everything.
Satya Nadella has been with Microsoft for 22 years. But he could help drive Microsoft forward including mobile.
On today's podcast, we riff on curved-screen LG G3 rumors, an HTC M8 with multiple cameras, and the idea of leaving a wireless carrier for net neutrality.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about iOS 7.1 Beta 5, and what this means to the Jailbreak community. We then go through the news of the red Nexus 5 being launched, along with the current Nexus 5 line-up. Samsung follows the news as the company has announced its Unpacked event for MWC in Barcelona, even though return rates for the GS4 have skyrocketed. Then we talk about the iPhone 6 and more news about its new camera technology. We end today’s show talking about Microsoft’s new CEO, the new roll of Bill Gates, and other Microsoft news as well.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about how the iPhone currently dominates the smartphone market in the US. We then talk about Samsung’s surprising launch of a black-edition Galaxy S 4, though with some setbacks. Then we talk about Microsoft, its possible new CEO, and even a new Chairman to replace Bill Gates as well. Google is next as we talk about the company’s plans to still build a smartwatch, aside from Asus and Acer. We end today’s show talking about how Lenovo’s CEO claims that his company can defeat Apple and Samsung with the purchase of [...]
All this CEO hunt for Microsoft has turned into quite the soap opera, but recent claims from Bloomberg follow on the recent news that we heard yesterday. It seems that Microsoft’s board has reached a decision, or should we say a couple of decisions, and these are quite dramatic.
First of all, Bloomberg points to Satya Nadella as the Microsoft’s next CEO. Nadella has been in Microsoft for 20 years, has been heavily involved in products like Office and Bing, and is currently focused more on Microsoft’s consumer products and also its cloud computing business. Now [...]