Microsoft Is Closing All Of Its Stores; 3 Were In Massachusetts MallsMicrosoft is getting out of the brick-and-mortar retail business.
It's Wrong To Use Two Spaces Between Sentences, Microsoft Word SaysMicrosoft has made its typographical decree: Two spaces between sentences is too many.
Microsoft Looks To Detect Sex Predators In Video Game ChatsMicrosoft says it has developed a technique to detect online predators who try to groom children for sexual purposes using the chat function in multiplayer video games.
4-Day Work Week Increased Productivity 40% In Microsoft Trial RunA growing number of smaller companies are adopting a four-day work week. Now the results of a recent trial at Microsoft suggest it could work even for the biggest businesses.
Massachusetts Teen Named Best In Country At PowerPointA Massachusetts 17-year-old can say he’s better than everyone else when it comes to PowerPoint.
Microsoft To Buy LinkedIn For $26.2 BillionIn a surprise move, Microsoft said Monday that it is buying LinkedIn for about $26.2 billion.
Microsoft Recalls Power Cords That Can Shock, Start FiresThe recall affects 2.25 million AC power cords sold with Microsoft Surface Pro devices.
For Sale: 20K Sq. Ft. Winnipesaukee Mansion Where Sarkozy Stayed; $13.6 Million For those who can afford it, a 20,000-square-foot home on Lake Winnipesaukee is up for sale.
Microsoft Opens Its First Boston StoreThe city's first Microsoft store has opened at the Prudential Center.
Haverhill Man Arrested 3 Times In One DayPolice in Windham and Salem, New Hampshire had been getting complaints the past couple of weeks about 45-year-old Amaysa Selcuk.
Microsoft Unveils 'Surface' Tablet ComputerCEO Steve Ballmer was on hand to announce the tablet, calling it part of a "whole new family of devices" the company is developing.
Online Gaming Could Expose Kids To Cyber Bullying, X-Rated ContentWhen your child takes video games online and starts interacting with players, all content ratings go out the window.
Microsoft Makes Its Biggest Buy Yet: SkypeMicrosoft is paying $8.5 billion for Skype, which gives the company a user base of about 170 million people, a number that's growing daily.
Microsoft Agrees To Buy Skype For $8.5BMicrosoft Corp. said Tuesday that it has agreed to buy the popular Internet telephone service Skype SA for $8.5 billion in the biggest deal in the software maker's 36-year history.
Before The Bell - Microsoft To Buy SkypeWBZ News Radio's Financial Editor Dave Caruso reports on the sale of Skype to Microsoft and a rise in retail sales.