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Hundreds of patents which secure Microsoft lucrative Android licensing deals have been published by the Chinese government.
While the company was upbeat about Surface and Xbox One, it cited continued weakness in the consumer PC market.
Company's earnings beat Wall Street's expectations, but CEO guessing game about Steve Ballmer replacement continues.
Don Mattrick sets his agenda during the company's earnings call and talks about why he loves Candy Crush, why he took the job, and how the company will dominate social gaming again.
While Microsoft touted its Business unit as the division that carried the quarter, the company stayed mum on Windows sales.
A survey, conducted for Microsoft's advertising group, encourages advertisers to better tailor their marketing to the devices consumers are using.
A study shows that video game consoles eat up heaps of energy and cost consumers billions in electricity costs -- and the majority of this is while the consoles are idle.
The software giant meets analyst expectations for its fiscal first quarter, seeing continued strength in its Office franchise, but only tiny growth in Windows sales.
Twitter's top trending topics of 2010 sadly didn't include #mollyontopgear, but it's kind of a plus that Justin Bieber was only around No. 8. Also today, the 4Chan kids go crazy on Gawker and you know what? Innocent people are being caught in this hacker-gang crossfire, and it's frankly just not all that funny anymore. (If, um, it ever was.) Also, could Verizon make my universal data plan dreams come true? --Molly
Thanks to the Kinect motion controller and games like Call of Duty: Black Ops, the industry sees its best-ever November, besting the same month in 2008 by about $30 million. Overall, the industry posted sales of $2.99 billion.