Microsoft

Will Microsoft kill PC gaming?
Over the years, Microsoft has proved itself to be a untrustworthy partner for PC game developers and publishers. With revenues shrinking in other sectors, the company might be forced to make Windows Store the exclusive sales portal for all Windows games and software. Or it could demand royalties from competing sales portals such as Steam.  
Will marriage of Windows gaming and Xbox One work?
Windows 10 features coming to Xbox Includes Cortana and Windows Store   IF all marriages were made in heaven, as the saying goes, then Microsoft's Xbox division would be on top of the world at the moment. But as too many people can attest, marriages can also be made in hell or at least, purgatory.
Holographic future for Microsoft
Windows Holographic for all VR/ AR devices Including HoloLens and third-party hardware  
Halo over PC gamers
Halo multiplayer for PC gamers Only for Windows 10 customers     AFTER ignoring PC gaming for years and promoting its Xbox console, Microsoft is now desperate to woo PC gamers again. But it still cannot quite bring itself to treat PC gamers on the same footing as Xbox owners.    
Minecraft set to conquer China
Licensed to Chinese company NetEase Customised version for China in future     MOJANG is bringing its blocky builder to China via tech company NetEase, Inc. Long-term, the company is hoping to create a tailor-made version of Minecraft for China.  
Microsoft planning new Xbox versions
Upgraded version with VR capabilities Smaller version for game streaming  
Week in Review: Satya woos geeks in SEA
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was in the region and was courting developers, reinforcing the view that geeky is now uber-cool, writes Karamjit Singh, who also talks about two events he was involved with in Penang.
Microsoft and Singapore’s NUS in data science pact
Singapore’s Smart Nation initiative received a boost with the twin announcement of a new data science institute and the signing of an MoU between Microsoft and the National University of Singapore (NUS) Corporation on data science research.
Developers, Microsoft wants you: CEO Satya Nadella
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is on a mission: He wants local developers to create more apps on his company’s platform, especially solutions that tackle local issues.
Death knell for Windows Phone
Less than one percent marketshare More layoffs at Nokia phone unit  
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