Technically Incorrect: In an appearance on Conan O'Brien's show, the former Microsoft CEO also shows evidence of actual fun he and Bill Gates had at the company.
Technically Incorrect: As his team defeats the San Antonio Spurs in game 1 of the NBA playoffs, the former Microsoft CEO is finally in his element. His screaming element.
The CEO of the world's largest software maker, who celebrates one year on the job today, is changing Microsoft from the inside out -- because he has to.
Appearing on CBS News, the former Microsoft CEO also says that Microsoft didn't fail at mobile, but merely got the formula wrong.
Apple releases a fixed iOS 8 update and addresses issues with bent phones and the Bash bug. Meanwhile, BlackBerry brags about selling out of Passport phones.
Now that the former Microsoft CEO owns the Los Angeles Clippers, there's at least one more thing he needs to do. Eradicate the iPads.
Presenting himself to Los Angeles Clippers faithful, the former Microsoft CEO shows he has lost none of his motivational crazy.
Saying "I bleed Microsoft," the onetime CEO makes a full break from Microsoft after more than three decades. Plus: Satya Nadella's response.
Microsoft's former CEO starts his second career as the NBA officially approves his purchase of the Los Angeles Clippers.
Stock sale puts Gates in second, behind fellow former CEO Steve Ballmer.
Dive a little deeper into Cortana's anthropomorphized personality with these questions and commands.
Microsoft's decision to open-source more of its .Net platform didn't happen overnight, or even in the past few weeks. It was a move years in the making.