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Widespread corruption allegedly hits MICROSOFT Africa, Middle East

Three years after a corruption scandal hit Microsoft and a former South African partner, EOH Mthombo, over a dodgy government contract, a whistle-blower has...

Tech giants at war over app store fees

A push by US politicians to regulate digital app stores has pitted Apple and Google against Microsoft and others in a showdown of some of...

MICROSOFT in IT industry’s biggest deal to buy Activision Blizzard

Microsoft is buying Call of Duty maker Activision Blizzard for US$68.7-billion (that’s over a trillion rand, if you do the conversion) in the biggest gaming...

Microsoft poaches chip expert from Apple

Microsoft has poached a experienced chip architect away from Apple with the goal of creating custom semiconductors for its Azure cloud service, Bloomberg reported. The report...

Microsoft appoints Angela Kyeremanten-Jimoh as Africa lead

Tech giant and software developer Microsoft has appoint Ghanaian IT expert, Angela Kyeremanten-Jimoh as the Strategic Partner Lead for Africa. Ms. Kyeremanten-Jimoh who will be operating from...

Big Tech record US$2.51 trillion increase in MARKET VALUE in 2021

The five top Big Tech firms in the world reportedly recording a whopping US$2.5 trillion plus in market value in the year 2021. Bloomberg...

Yahoo quits China

Yahoo, the dot-com pioneer that’s now part of Apollo Global Management’s media empire, is getting out of China because of the mounting hurdles to doing...

Microsoft also downplays Facebook’s metaverse hype

Microsoft President Brad Smith has subtly joined top tech executives downplaying Facebook's metaverse, saying that the technology sector needs to compromise with regulators and...

Netflix launches first game on smartphones

Netflix is launching its first games worldwide as it seeks to break into the game subscription market. Starting Tuesday, the company will roll out updates...

Microsoft is now world’s most valuable company, unseats Apple

Bill Gates' Microsoft has reportedly topple Steve Jobs' Apple to become the world’s most valuable public company.  This was largely due to a consistent drop...


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