In the second installment of the new ad push, the Microsoft chairman and the TV star move in with a family. Spoiler alert: This time Gates does the "robot dance."
The new Microsoft campaign is the work of brave people who may not have been aware of just how much Jerry Seinfeld has slipped over the years
Dish founder Charlie Ergen has made some wild moves over the past few years, but it all goes back to owning a wireless business.
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Microsoft founder Bill Gates dropped a few tech tidbits, including that Microsoft "was willing to buy" WhatsApp. He's also no Edward Snowden fan (no surprise).
Microsoft's massive ad campaign is shifting away from the Microsoft chairman and comedian's dual act, but the company insists it's part of a planned shift to focusing on the products.
The second installment of the Bill Gates-Jerry Seinfeld Microsoft advertising campaign shows great cleverness in giving Microsoft the possibility of looking like a somewhat cuddly underdog.
The Microsoft founder answers questions on education, the NSA, and expensive guilty pleasures.
In his foundation's annual letter, Gates says it's a myth that poorer countries cannot become wealthier.
The two Gates-Seinfeld commercials have enjoyed 4.3 million more viral-video views than Microsoft's replacement "I'm a PC" campaign, according to Visible Measures.
One lucky Redditor received a travel book, a stuffed cow, and a donation in her name to a charity, though the Microsoft chairman decided against the iPad on her wishlist.