Microsoft

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Microsoft is one of the largest technology corporations founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen. It headquarters in Washington while also having offices in more than 60 countries all around the world. The company focuses on manufacturing and developing computer software, hardware, cloud services, and mobile systems. The most widely known Microsoft products are its Windows operating system, the Microsoft Office suite, Internet Explorer, Xbox game consoles, and Microsoft Surface personal computers.

The U.S. Justice Department Will Sue Google Over 'Anti-Competitive Practices'

Google monopolized the advertising technology market. Next week, the U.S. Justice Department intends to file a lawsuit against Google over 'anti-competitive practices.'
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The New Xbox App on iOS Will Stream Games From Console to iPhone

Microsoft is preparing the release of a big update to the Xbox app for iOS. It will be able to stream Xbox One games on the iPhone remotely. For now, you can only download the beta version.

Microsoft Is Acquiring Bethesda’s Parent Company for $7.5 Billion

The official Xbox blog reports that Microsoft has acquired ZeniMax media, the parent company of the publisher Bethesda Softworks, which includes a dozen of internal studios that develop popular video games.
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ByteDance Rejects Microsoft's Bid for TikTok

The Chinese company ByteDance will not sell its TikTok social media platform to Microsoft. It chose to partner with Oracle instead.

Microsoft Officially Revealed the Cost of Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X

After yesterday's leak, Microsoft had no chance and made an official announcement about the price, specs, and release date of next-gen consoles.

Microsoft Confirmed the Xbox Series S Leaks With a $299 Price Tag

Information about the new Xbox Series S's look and price appeared on the Internet. A little later, Microsoft confirmed this information on Twitter, noting that it will be the smallest ever console in the Xbox line, which is expected to be released this year.
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IBM and Microsoft Updated Their Language to Avoid Offensive Terms

Many tech companies, such as GitHub, Twitter, Google, Apple, and even Python and Go developers replaced insensitive terms with neutral and more socially acceptable alternative terminology. IBM and Microsoft have joined to this flash mob.

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