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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella takes a subtle jab at the iPad

Apple competitors such as Microsoft and Samsung have a history of poking fun at Apple and its products, and Microsoft chief Satya Nadella continues this trend in a recent talk with TechRadar.... Read the rest of this post here

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Liveblog: Satya Nadella lays out Microsoft’s vision at Ignite this morning

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. (credit: Microsoft)

Microsoft's IT-focused Ignite conference—the one that to many of us is still more familiar as "TechEd"—starts on Monday. In a shake-up from the normal routine for these things, the opening keynote will be a short, one-hour affair, in which Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will present the company's vision for the future. This will be followed by three separate technology keynotes running in parallel.

We'll be liveblogging the vision keynote at 9am Eastern time on Monday September 25 to learn about Microsoft's goals for cloud computing, machine learning, and how it plans to deliver on its stated (and rather wordy) goal of "empowering every person and every organization to achieve more."

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Microsoft’s focus on Windows 10 is starting to pay off

CEO Satya Nadella is relying on the latest version of Windows, and its ability to connect every device to the cloud, to recapture the hearts, minds and wallets of consumers everywhere. His strategy might be working.

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Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition: Coming Q1 2016 for $3,000

NEW YORK—Microsoft has announced the initial price and approximate availability of its HoloLens augmented reality headset.

As previously implied by CEO Satya Nadella, the first HoloLens will be a developer-oriented unit that Microsoft is calling the “HoloLens Development Edition.” From today, developers will be able to apply online for the opportunity to buy a unit. Those units won’t be cheap, either: the asking price is $3,000, with units expected to ship during the first quarter of 2016.

The hardware is going to be comparable to the units demonstrated earlier this year, though Microsoft says that it has no new information to share regarding specific specs or capabilities. We learned earlier this year that the hardware had an x86 processor, 2GB RAM, 802.11ac, and a 60Hz refresh rate, so we’d expect the Development Edition to be similar.

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