After briefly entering the PC market in South Africa a few years ago and then beating a strategic retreat, Huawei is poised to reintroduce its MateBook laptops in the local market.
Microsoft’s flagship cloud computing business, Azure, reported quarterly sales growth of under 50% for the first time ever on Wednesday, sending the tech giant’s shares down 2%.
Workspace messaging app developer Slack Technologies on Wednesday asked European antitrust regulators to investigate Microsoft for allegedly abusing its market dominance.
Microsoft president Brad Smith raised concerns to US lawmakers about what the company regards as Apple’s anticompetitive behavior around its app store, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Google said its corporate Gmail customers would now be able to edit documents and other files without leaving the e-mail service, as it aims to lure clients from Microsoft.
Microsoft has officially launched its first Surface devices in South Africa, though the range is extremely limited for now, with only the Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3 available.
As of Monday morning’s open on Wall Street, Apple – the listed US company that’s attracted the largest valuation of them all – had a market capitalisation of $1.7-trillion.
The US stock market has been on a tear for the past three months, and Big Tech gets much of the credit. But how can this possibly be when the coronavirus has inflicted so much damage?
Microsoft is adding a virtual auditorium view to its Teams communication platform in a bid to make video meetings feel more natural during lockdown.