The world's largest software maker was poised to make its biggest acquisition to date, but talks fell through, according to CNBC.
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The acquisition would represent further investment by Microsoft in the cloud as it looks to make good on Satya Nadella's promise of being a "mobile-first, cloud-first" company.
It won't be long before we wonder how the world got along without solar and bio-based power, technology-enhanced vision and driverless electric cars.
Q&A: Not your typical 6-foot, 5-inch multibillionaire, Benioff is urging his tech brethren to follow his philanthropic example and give more to their communities.
The media giant's focus on fledgling startups comes as US companies increasingly play the role of venture capitalists.
Facebook has rolled out a new tool that makes it easy to celebrate pride. Twitter adds rainbow hearts to #LoveWins tweets. And Google Hangouts get a visit from pride-filled emojis.
San Francisco is both the home of the tech industry and the epicenter of the gay rights movement. Now the city is throwing its biggest party of the year, just after the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage.
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