Microsoft's co-founder and chairman, Bill Gates, called the company's initial efforts to dominate the smartphone market "clearly a mistake."
Microsoft co-founder and chairman Bill Gates admitted the company failed to execute on its early mobile strategy, calling its initial efforts to dominate the smartphone market "clearly a mistake."
With the launch of Windows Phone 7 smartphones coming up shortly, I've been keeping an eye out for some of the teaser advertisements. You've probably seen some of them here and here . In each of
Charter Communications Chairman Paul Allen, worth an estimated $13.5 billion thanks to his role in the co-founding of Microsoft, has pledged to leave most of that money to charity, perhaps setting an
Best known as the co-founder of Microsoft and later cable MSO Charter Communications, Paul Allen announced this week that he has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and is currently undergoing
While Carlos Slim is working hard to take the title of the world's richest man away from Bill Gates (according to recent estimates in Forbes Magazine), his telecom fortunes are now coming under
Newly appointed FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski is wasting no time getting his staff in order, as he has appointed Microsoft alum Steven Van Roekel as managing director and Austin Schlick as General
Wireless industry trade group the GSM Association and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced the launch of Mobile Money for the Unbanked, a new program created to introduce mobile banking
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates kicked off CES 2008--as well as his final year at the company's helm--with a keynote address that focused in part on the software goliath's continuing push into mobile.
The long goodbye Bill Gates will not go quietly. With the Microsoft chairman's promised exit from the company only about a year away, he seems more loathe than ever to relinquish his