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Microsoft Monocles? Redmond to make its own Google Glass?

An analyst sends a note to the effect that Redmond will next year become Red-eye-mond. Can this possibly be anything but true?

By April 4, 2013


Windows 7 leaving Redmond's help desk less busy

Microsoft says it has gotten only about half as many calls with Windows 7 as it had anticipated. In part, though, that's also due to the fact more people are going online for PC help.

By December 17, 2009


Redmond's roost: Most Mac owners still buy Office

While Apple now claims more than 10 percent of the personal-computing market, until the company solves its dependence on the productivity suite, it remains vulnerable to Microsoft.

By January 7, 2009


Redmond's own Republican fights uphill battle for re-election

A Democratic challenger may score a win in race for Washington's 8th District--home of Bill Gates, Microsoft, and many other tech companies--which once as known as solidly Republican.

By October 27, 2008


Redmond's virtualization shift continues

More product and pricing policy changes as Microsoft aims to adapt to a world in which software moves freely from one physical machine to another. Separately, VMware gets Microsoft certification.

By September 3, 2008


Ex-Microsoft VP says Redmond a 'clumsy' innovator

In a New York Times op-ed piece, former Tablet PC team member Dick Brass laments that people are turning to Apple, Amazon, and Google to find the next big thing.

By February 4, 2010


Apple's iPad tablet touches a nerve in Redmond

Microsoft has been pursuing the notion of a tablet PC for a decade now, but its efforts have yet to produce a device most consumers want to carry.

By January 27, 2010


Newsmaker: Making sense of Redmond's $6 billion buy

The original headline for this story contained an incorrect figure for Microsoft's deal to buy Aquantive. It is $6 billion.

By May 18, 2007