So Microsoft is done, and Apple and Google are kings. How then can you explain the fact that in this dormant economy Redmond set another record with $16 billion in revenue and $4.5 billion in profit in its latest quarter?
While one could credit the Xbox and Windows 7, Microsoft says all its businesses saw growth in the double digits.
Still, Windows 7 was the star of the show. With some 175 million licenses sold, Microsoft claims that 15 percent of PCs worldwide now run the latest version of Windows.
Online stuff, such as Bing, still loses a ton of dough, but Microsoft has deep bank accounts and can afford to be patient.
Given Microsoft's great financial performance in recent years, why is its stock so hideously moribund? Long and short sellers alike can explain this to me at [email protected]
Posted by Doug Barney on 07/26/2010 at 1:18 PM
Microsoft this week included some Windows 11 client news amid its many Build announcements for developers, promising to soon deliver new features to Windows 11 version 22H2 users.
Microsoft this week announced a few product additions to Microsoft Entra, which is Microsoft's branded suite of identity and access management solutions.
Microsoft this week described a bunch of Microsoft Edge browser enhancements as part of its Build developer event announcements.
Microsoft Mesh, the company's mixed reality communication and collaboration platform, will be hitting private preview this week.
"It does feel like every week, there is something new," said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Tuesday, during the opening keynote of Build 2023.
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