June 15, 2006 — On July 2008 Bill Gates, chairman, will transition out of a day-to-day role in the company to spend more time on his global health and education work at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The company announced a two-year... Read More | Share
Paul Suarez in PCWorld wonders if Microsoft should dump the “Windows” name for something “sexier”, and he presents what he calls “arguments” in favor of the abandonment.
According to Paul, Microsoft should choose... Read More | Share
Joe in Betanews recalls the Windows XP success:
While surely not the plan, Microsoft kept Windows XP in market as primary OS for more than six years. That had the unexpected effect of establishing XP as a stable and reliable platform for software... Read More | Share
Bill Gates keeps saying that such a great fortune as his most probably would exert a negative influence on his children, which is the reason why he decided to give only 10 millions to each of them.
I think that Bill underestimates his judgement by... Read More | Share