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Microsoft’s Surface sales near $2 billion, but its Azure cloud business is growing faster

Microsoft’s Surface sales near $2 billion, but its Azure cloud business is growing faster

Cloud, cloud, cloud, followed by Office, gaming, Surface and then Windows: By now, Microsoft has laid out its priorities, and the financial results Microsoft reported Wednesday afternoon reflected this. For consumers, the high point of Microsoft’s fourth-quarter calendar 2019 results was the fact that Microsoft reported $1.98 billion in Surface sales alone—almost, but not quite, [...]

April 30, 2022 Loknath Das Technology Comments Off on Microsoft’s Surface sales near $2 billion, but its Azure cloud business is growing faster

TomTom’s navigation technology is now part of Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform

TomTom’s navigation technology is now part of Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform

Microsoft and TomTom have been enemies, and more recently, partners. On September 6, the two took another step along the partnership path, with TomTom announcing that its navigation technology has been integrated with Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform. Via this integration, “navigation usage and diagnostics data can be sent from vehicles to Microsoft Azure where the data can [...]

September 7, 2019 Loknath Das Technology Comments Off on TomTom’s navigation technology is now part of Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform

Irish technology company begins working with Microsoft’s Augmented Reality headset

Irish technology company begins working with Microsoft’s Augmented Reality headset

There is a scene in the iconic Tom Cruise film Minority Report where his character navigates a holographic interface using special three-fingered gloves with light sensors. Fifteen years ago, this was an impressive sci-fi vision of the future of computing but suddenly it’s looking a bit dated: “We’re now more advanced than Minority Report because [...]

January 19, 2017 Saheli Technology Comments Off on Irish technology company begins working with Microsoft’s Augmented Reality headset