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Stephen Elop, smooth operator or Trojan Horse, is now the frontrunner Microsoft CEO candidate

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Stephen Elop, smooth operator or Trojan Horse, is now the frontrunner Microsoft CEO candidate

Steve Ballmer's internal email explains Nokia's integration with Microsoft

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Steve Ballmer's internal email explains Nokia's integration with Microsoft

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was pushed to retire early

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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was pushed to retire early

Steve Ballmer: Microsoft’s larger-than-life CEO [humor]

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Steve Ballmer: Microsoft’s larger-than-life CEO [humor]

Steve Ballmer to retire from Microsoft within 12 months, search for successor initiated

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Steve Ballmer to retire from Microsoft within 12 months, search for successor initiated

Microsoft reportedly developing an entirely new Windows Phone 9 OS from scratch

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Microsoft reportedly developing an entirely new Windows Phone 9 OS from scratch

Steve Ballmer will announce big Microsoft reshuffle tomorrow: Report

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Steve Ballmer will announce big Microsoft reshuffle tomorrow: Report

Major Microsoft restructuring pegged for July: All Things D

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Major Microsoft restructuring pegged for July: All Things D

Microsoft’s future resides in hardware and services: Steve Ballmer

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Microsoft’s future resides in hardware and services: Steve Ballmer

Microsoft to unveil Office 15 tonight, you can watch it too!

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Microsoft to unveil Office 15 tonight, you can watch it too!

Microsoft and Samsung sign patent cross-licensing agreement, Samsung to pay royalties for Android

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Microsoft and Samsung sign patent cross-licensing agreement, Samsung to pay royalties for Android

Steve Ballmer: No platform will ship more than Windows

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Steve Ballmer: No platform will ship more than Windows

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer surprised developers during Micorosft’s BUILD conference in California on Wednesday when he took the stage to talk up Microsoft’s new operating system, currently named Windows 8. Ballmer noted that there have already been 500,000 downloads of the operating system since it went live last night. “We still have a long way to go with Windows 8,” Ballmer said. “We’re retooling all of what we do.” Ballmer believes that the changes will compel developers to begin to favor Microsoft’s operating system, which he expects will ship on 350 million PCs this year alone. “There is no phone, there is nothing on the tablet, there is no operating system on the planet that will ship 350 million units of anything other than Windows,” Ballmer boasted, noting that Windows 8 supports both Intel and ARM chipsets. Before wrapping up, Ballmer, in typical fashion, called on “developers, developers, developers” to rally around Windows 8.

Live from Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 ‘Mango’ event!

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Live from Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 ‘Mango’ event!

We’re here live from Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 event in New York City where the company is set to detail the next major OS upgrade to the Windows Phone platform. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer hinted we could see over 500 new features, let’s hope we get some big enhancements in addition to the practically confirmed multitasking, Twitter integration, remote email search stuff. Live coverage is after the break!

Ballmer: Windows Phone ‘Mango’ release to deliver more than 500 new features

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Ballmer: Windows Phone ‘Mango’ release to deliver more than 500 new features

Speaking at the Japanese Microsoft Developers Forum, Microsoft’s CEO confirmed that the next Windows Phone update, codenamed Mango, will add “over 500 new features” to the mobile operating system. The Redmond based company has an event scheduled for Tuesday, May 24th in New York City, during which it will unveil the new update (again) and discuss its features in greater detail. Earlier this month we heard rumors that the update will deliver Bing Audio, Bing Vision, turn-by-turn navigation in Bing Maps, a new native podcast player, speech recognition, and more. We’ll be reporting live on the update tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time. Hit the jump for a quick video clip of Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer discussing Mango.