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- Microsoft Just Blitzkrieged Its Own Phone Business
We all know Microsoft’s phone business has been floundering and it has all but written off its US$7.1 billion acquisition of Nokia. In May, the company announced it was selling its feature phone business to a subsidiary of Chinese electronics manufacturer Foxconn but Microsoft has not given up on making Nokia handsets just yet. It has just launched the Nokia 216, a feature phone that will appeal to developing markets. Here are the details.
Windows: Trying out Windows Insider builds is an awesome way to stay on the bleeding edge. If you don’t update those builds though, Microsoft will deactivate them. The first round of expiration dates are coming up.
In June, Microsoft ran its own test that showed Edge browser consumed less power on a laptop than Chrome, which came in at last place. Google isn’t going to take it laying down, firing back with its own tests to prove that Chrome isn’t the battery draining browser that Microsoft makes it out to be. You can see the results here.
The worldwide software-as-service (SaaS) market grew by 33 per cent in the second quarter of 2016 and Microsoft’s SaaS business experienced significant growth as well. So much so, it has overtaken Salesforce as the number one enterprise SaaS provider, according to Synergy Research Group. Read on to find out more.
Everyone’s been exposed to the Microsoft Suite at some point, but few take those skills to the next level to become pros. With the Microsoft Suite Pro User Bundle, you’ll get advanced training in Excel, Access, and more — that’s sure to impress employers. For a limited time, this course bundle is on sale for only $58.50 AUD [$45 USD].
As we reported last month, the open-sourcing of Microsoft’s PowerShell appeared a done deal. Now, a month later, the company has made the whole thing official, publishing the source to GitHub, along with Linux and OS X flavoured binaries.