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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella discusses cloud first, mobile firsta vision for company

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Microsoft Office for iPad is available to Office 365 subscribers immediately

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Microsoft continues its pursuit of companies using Google's Android operating system for royalty payments

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Microsoft donates the source code for two iconic products, namely early versions of MS-DOS and Word for Windows

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Discount will apply to any new Surface or Windows 8 computer costing more than $599 as Microsoft looks to migrate Windows XP users

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A fresh attack on Microsoft Word uses an unpatched flaw to bypass protections and install backdoors on victims' systems

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New rules come after the company allegedly read the email account of an ex-employee suspected of leaking Microsoft secrets

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Completion of the Microsoft Nokia deal is delayed until it receives approval from Asian regulators

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Microsoft has drawn complaints for accessing the Hotmail account of a blogger during its investigation of leaked software

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Microsoft has said it is now using machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques across the company, including in Windows Phone and Bing

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