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A Big Win for Microsoft as an Appeals Court Rules against Turning Over emails Stored in Ireland

A Big Win for Microsoft as an Appeals Court Rules against Turning Over emails St

On Tuesday, a federal three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court said prosecutors cannot force any U.S. company to make customer emails and other data to the government that are stored on servers in another country. The appeals court's ruling is related to Microsoft's lawsuit against the United States Government in connection to demand for customers' emails.

Microsoft Paying About $26 Billion for LinkedIn

Microsoft Paying About $26 Billion for LinkedIn

In its biggest tech acquisition, Microsoft is paying about $26 billion for LinkedIn, which comes to almost $59 per user.

Though, it's not like facebook but 443 million users of LinkedIn make sense for Microsoft's deal because the growth is almost twenty percent on a yearly basis.

Reports say Microsoft Willing to Render Financial Support to Potential Yahoo Buyers

Reports say Microsoft Willing to Render Financial Support to Potential Yahoo Buy

Yahoo has kept its options open for a sale while its CEO makes efforts to turnaround the troubled company.

Cortana app Leaked ahead of Microsoft’s Release; A Peek into the Voice Assistant

Cortana app Leaked ahead of Microsoft’s Release; A Peek into the Voice Assistant

Last month the Cortana for Android was announced by Microsoft and was scheduled to be released by the end of this month. But on Friday, the news of its leak gave chance to many to test its usability.

Microsoft’s Monday Announcements; Agreement with AOL to Move Display Ads, Sells Bing Mapping Assets to Uber, Extends Partnership with AppNexus

Microsoft’s Monday Announcements; Agreement with AOL to Move Display Ads, Sells

There is a lot happening at Microsoft.

On Monday, an announcement revealed that a ten year agreement between Microsoft and AOL which begins from 2016, will allow AOL to take over a big chunk of display advertisement sales by Microsoft. It includes several sites as well as services which comprise of big names like Skype, MSN, Outlook.com and Xbox.

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