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The Wiser daily Microsoft Corp news email is read by those with an interest in product developments from Microsoft, as well as those looking to stay up-to-date on the performance of the company. It is a significant company in the technology sector. It primarily develops software products and services but there are other branches of the business, too. This includes hardware like the Xbox and Windows mobile phones, and advertising products. With revenues of over $86 billion (in 2014) it has been the world's largest software company for many years. It was founded in 1975 by Bill Gates - who is now one of the world's richest men - and Paul Allen. Gates ran the company for decades, but the current CEO is Satya Nadella. New developments coming from the company include Windows 10, the latest version of its operating system that is due for release in 2015, and a hologram device. It also continues to compete for market share in mobile devices and cloud computing. The best way to get information from the most respected sources on the internet on Microsoft Corp news is to get the daily digest from Wiser. It is free so sign up today.

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Next Week on Xbox: Upcoming Games, Feb. 27 – Mar. 5
Xbox WireMike Nelson, Xbox Wire Editor
Welcome to Next Week on Xbox, where we cover the best games coming soon to Xbox One. Every week, the team at Xbox aims to deliver quality gaming content for you to enjoy on your favorite gaming console, and will be here...
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Here's everything we know about Nintendo's new $300 console coming this week, the Switch
Business InsiderBen Gilbert
After years of waiting, Nintendo finally has a new video game console on the way: the Nintendo Switch. It's a hybrid console — you can play it at home on your living room television, or you can take it on the go....
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Yet Another Podcast – #168: Greg Shackles
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Greg Shackles is a Principal Engineer at Olo. He is a Xamarin MVP, Microsoft MVP, host of the Gone Mobile podcast, organizer of the NYC Mobile .NET Developers Group, author of Mobile Development with C#, and also a monthly columnist with V...
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Massive Technology Trades Highlight Insider Selling: Microsoft, Broadcom, Pepsico, Humana and More
24/7 Wall St.247lee
Another week of record-setting highs did exactly what our readers would expect. The sellers came out in full force, as they have been ever since the year started. And with stocks as overbought as they have been in years, you can count...
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Microsoft Corp, Mobile Phones
Get in the mood for the Oscars with these Windows 10 apps for movie buffs
Windows CentralGeorge Ponder
The Academy Awards is just around the corner, and the Windows 10 Store has a host of apps to get you into the mood for all the pomp and circumstance surrounding Oscar's big night. These apps range from trivia games that highlight...
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Bill Gates Is Wrong That Robots and Automation Are Killing Jobs
Fortune MagazineJames Bessen
In a recent interview, Microsoft (msft, 0.00%) founder Bill Gates proposed that robots should be taxed. He anticipates that robots will replace large numbers of workers over the next 20 years. By taxing the robots, he argued, we would slow down the...
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Google releases details of unpatched Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge vulnerabilty
BetaNewsMark Wilson
Not content with publishing details of an unpatched Windows bug, Google has now gone public with a security vulnerability in both Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer. Going under the description of "Type confusion in HandleColumnBreakOnColumnSpanningElement", the bug has the potential to allow...
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Telltale's The Walking Dead: Season One shambles into the Windows Store
Windows CentralRichard Devine
Telltale Games continues to make good on its promise to bring its titles to Windows 10, and The Walking Dead: Season One is the latest entry to make an appearance. Play as Lee Everett, a convicted criminal, who has been given a...
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This VPN makes fighting hackers simple
BGRBgr Store
This is a paid placement and if you buy something through this article or on the Store we will receive compensation from retail partners. Paranoid much? That’s probably not the worst impulse you could have in 2017. Cyber attacks are happening regularly,...
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Do Your Taxes for Free In 2017 -- Here's How
Fool.com: The Motley FoolMatthew Frankel
The average cost of hiring an accountant to do your taxes is $273, while a national tax preparation company such as H&R Block will set you back $154 on average. You can cut your tax-preparation expense dramatically by using commercial software to...
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