The firm has been saying that Win 10 will work on any device, a strategy it sees as crucial. But Microsoft has been all but missing on phones. Call in the new Windows and Devices Group.
The world's biggest software maker is creating a new group charged with making its Windows software work across all devices. Microsoft is also jettisoning some top executives, including former Nokia chief Stephen Elop.
The search giant is trying to cash in on the success of online bulletin board site and rival Pinterest, which is valued at $11 billion.
The Contacts pages that coexists with Gmail is getting a new, cleaner design that makes it easier to communicate with your friends and family.
CEO Steve Ballmer's reorg memo from last week is worth a closer look. There are some interesting hints about Microsoft's plans for rumored business intelligence, data curation, and meeting technologies.
Redmond unveils its latest (and expected) cross-company reorganization, this one designed to better deliver on its new devices and services charter. Here's who ended up where.
The president of Skype, Tony Bates, would handle acquisitions and relationships with developers, while Windows chief Julie Larson-Green would oversee hardware engineering for the whole company, says Bloomberg.
Satya Nadella wasn't the only Microsoft insider on the CEO shortlist. What's next for Tony Bates, Kevin Turner, and Stephen Elop now that they didn't get top spot?
Meet the former IBMer who is taking over the chairman role from Bill Gates after having only joined the board two years ago.
Kurt DelBene, who just retired as the VP for Microsoft Office, will be heading up the Obama administration's troubled site starting Wednesday.