MSF.NX - MICROSOFT

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  • Google, Facebook join news organizations in 'Trust Project'
    AFP5 days ago

    Google, Facebook join news organizations in 'Trust Project'

    Major online platforms have joined news organizations in a project aimed at identifying trustworthy news sources

  • Citgo is key link between US and Venezuela
    AFP6 days ago

    Citgo is key link between US and Venezuela

    Citgo, which owns three refineries and some 5,600 gas stations in the United States, is owned by Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA

  • Sloppy old code leaves banks at risk to hackers
    Sky News8 days ago

    Sloppy old code leaves banks at risk to hackers

    Old and sloppily written code is exposing businesses to hackers, new research has warned, with the financial sector at the highest risk. After reviewing more than 278 million lines of code in 1,388 applications worldwide, researchers have found 1.3 million weaknesses which could allow hackers to take advantage of corporate systems. Research by software company CAST (LSE: 0GK0.L - news) found that financial services institutions had the worst code, according to a benchmark called the Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE).

  • Bill Gates to build 'smart city' in Arizona
    Sky News8 days ago

    Bill Gates to build 'smart city' in Arizona

    Bill Gates is building a "smart city" in Arizona which will feature driverless cars and "cutting-edge" technology. Belmont Partners, one of the Microsoft (Euronext: MSF.NX - news) founder's investment firms, has spent $80m (£61.1m) on buying and developing the new community near Tonopah, west of Phoenix. Mr Gates' goal is to create a smart city called Belmont on the nearly 25,000 acres of land.

  • Global stocks tumble as Wall Street, Tokyo hit reverse
    AFP12 days ago

    Global stocks tumble as Wall Street, Tokyo hit reverse

    Wall Street stocks closed lower, following European and Asian markets, amid profit taking and concerns over delays in the promised US corporate tax cut

  • Microsoft prepares to release Xbox One X
    Sky News15 days ago

    Microsoft prepares to release Xbox One X

    Microsoft (Euronext: MSF.NX - news) 's latest Xbox, which the company claims to be "the world's most powerful console", goes on sale on Tuesday. The Xbox One X is the Redmond-based tech firm's latest bid yet to draw gamers away from rival Sony (Hanover: SON1.HA - news) 's PlayStation 4 (PS4), which last week reached a worldwide sales total of 67.5 million. It dwarfs the capabilities of Sony's top-of-the-line PS4 Pro, which is equipped with 4.2 teraflops running at 911MHz.

  • Switch sales nearly double Nintendo profit outlook
    Sky News22 days ago

    Switch sales nearly double Nintendo profit outlook

    Nintendo has nearly doubled its full-year profits forecast thanks to the success of its new Switch hybrid game machine. The Japanese video games maker said it expected an annual bottom line of 120bn yen (£800m), compared with an earlier outlook of 65bn yen (£430m). The Switch games console, which can be used both as a hand-held portable device and home video game machine connected to a TV screen, was launched in March.

  • Nintendo doubles profit forecast on Switch sales success
    Sky News22 days ago

    Nintendo doubles profit forecast on Switch sales success

    Nintendo has nearly doubled its full-year profits forecast thanks to the success of its new Switch hybrid game machine. The Japanese video games maker said it expected an annual bottom line of 120bn yen (£800m), compared to an earlier outlook of 65bn yen (£430m). The Switch games console, which can be used both as a hand-held portable device and home video game machine connected to a TV screen, was launched in March.

  • Madrid stocks slide as Catalan parliament declares independence
    AFP25 days ago

    Madrid stocks slide as Catalan parliament declares independence

    Catalan president Carles Puigdemont's allies have filed a motion in the region's parliament to declare independence from Spain.

  • Alphabet quarterly profit climbs on ads and other bets
    AFP26 days ago

    Alphabet quarterly profit climbs on ads and other bets

    Google ads accounted for the bulk of Alphabet revenue, contributing $27.47 billion, according to the earnings release

  • Microsoft tops forecasts with 16% profit growth
    AFP26 days ago

    Microsoft tops forecasts with 16% profit growth

    Microsoft said profit was up 16 percent from a year ago for its first fiscal quarter to September 30

  • Reuters - UK Focus26 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Euro slides as ECB treads carefully with stimulus cut

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 26 (Reuters) - The euro tumbled and European stocks scored their biggest gains in over six weeks on Thursday, as the European Central Bank proceeded with caution on its biggest step yet in unwinding years of loose monetary policy. The euro skidded almost a full cent towards $1.17 after the ECB said it was halving its stimulus to 30 billion euros ($35.17 billion) a month, but that any rise in interest rates remained off in the future.

  • Google and Cisco join forces in the cloud
    AFP27 days ago

    Google and Cisco join forces in the cloud

    Cisco and Google said they will collaborate to offer ways for applications or services to be deployed, managed, and secured for businesses with a mix of on-premise and cloud capabilities

  • Software uses facial expressions to 'predict' bank's policies
    Sky Newslast month

    Software uses facial expressions to 'predict' bank's policies

    Software (IOB: 0NJS.IL - news) can be used to analyse the facial expressions of central bank governors and predict policy changes, researchers have claimed. Two artificial intelligence researchers in Japan have been using technology to measure the momentary expressions on the face of Haruhiko Kuroda, the governor of the Bank of Japan, during press conferences. The research uses computer vision technology to detect minuscule changes which humans might not pick up on, and which could otherwise be subjectively interpreted.

  • G7 to put squeeze on internet giants at terror talks
    AFPlast month

    G7 to put squeeze on internet giants at terror talks

    In a first for a G7 meeting, representatives from Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter will take part in the talks between the seven ministers

  • Gimmick or game-changer: Is Virtual Reality the future of film?
    AFPlast month

    Gimmick or game-changer: Is Virtual Reality the future of film?

    Virtual Reality will change the face of cinema in the next decade -- but only if content keeps up with the advances in technology, industry experts at the Busan International Film Festival predict

  • Scotsman and i battle heats up as rebel plots ousting of board
    Sky Newslast month

    Scotsman and i battle heats up as rebel plots ousting of board

    A battle for control of the publisher of The Scotsman and i newspapers will be ignited this week when a top shareholder unveils a plan to unseat the majority of its board - including its chief executive and finance director. Sky News has learnt that Custos, which owns 12.6% of Johnston Press (LSE: JPR.L - news) , will write to its board to demand an extraordinary general meeting at which it will seek to oust Ashley Highfield, the CEO, and David King, chief financial officer. Christen Ager-Hanssen, who runs Custos, will also propose to replace three of the company's non-executive directors, including Camilla Rhodes, the interim chairman.

  • Samsung's revamped Bixby takes on Amazon Alexa
    AFPlast month

    Samsung's revamped Bixby takes on Amazon Alexa

    Samsung is revamping its Bixby digital assistant and making it available on competing devices, ramping up competition with rivals such as Amazon's Alexa

  • Donald Trump's wealth 'slumps by $600m in a year' to see him slip 92 places in Forbes rich list
    Sky Newslast month

    Donald Trump's wealth 'slumps by $600m in a year' to see him slip 92 places in Forbes rich list

    Donald Trump's wealth has declined by $600m (£455m) in the last year as the value of luxury property in New York falls, it has been reported. The US President has dropped 92 places in the list of Forbes magazine's richest Americans, leaving him with $3.1bn (£2.35bn). The core of Mr Trump's fortune is tied up in just half a dozen or so buildings in and around central Manhattan.

  • Trump's fortune slides by $600 mn on Forbes wealth list
    AFPlast month

    Trump's fortune slides by $600 mn on Forbes wealth list

    President Donald Trump ranked 248th on the Forbes list of 400 billionaires, with his wealth slipping by $600 million due to a weakening New York retail and office real estate market, and new information ...

  • Security flaw prompts fears on Wi-Fi connections
    AFPlast month

    Security flaw prompts fears on Wi-Fi connections

    Security researchers have discovered a flaw which can compromise the security of Wi-Fi connections, according to a US government warning

  • Supreme Court to hear US-Microsoft digital privacy case
    AFPlast month

    Supreme Court to hear US-Microsoft digital privacy case

    The Supreme Court is set to rule on whether US law enforcement should be allowed to demand evidence stored overseas

  • 'Serious vulnerability' found in Wi-Fi security protocol
    Sky Newslast month

    'Serious vulnerability' found in Wi-Fi security protocol

    The security protocol used in all modern Wi-Fi networks is broken, allowing hackers to steal any sensitive information that is not transmitted via wire, researchers have claimed. The vulnerability in WPA2 means hackers can access "credit card numbers, passwords, chat messages, emails, photos" or anything else transmitted over Wi-Fi, according to Dr Mathy Vanhoef. Dr Vanhoef, a researcher at KU Leuven, published the details of what he branded the KRACK (key reinstallation attack) on Monday.

  • FCA boss Andrew Bailey met oil giant Saudi Aramco over £1.5tn float
    Sky Newslast month

    FCA boss Andrew Bailey met oil giant Saudi Aramco over £1.5tn float

    The head of Britain's financial watchdog has admitted he met with Saudi Aramco over a potential £1.5tn stock market flotation in London. Andrew Bailey, chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), held the talks before publishing heavily criticised rule changes that could attract a multi-trillion pound listing from the oil giant. MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) and big-hitting City institutions have expressed concerns about the proposals, which would exempt state-controlled companies from stringent rules that apply to other "premium" firms.

  • City watchdog admits meeting oil giant Saudi Aramco over $2tn float
    Sky Newslast month

    City watchdog admits meeting oil giant Saudi Aramco over $2tn float

    The head of Britain's financial watchdog has admitted he met with Saudi Aramco over a potential £1.5tn stock market flotation in London. Andrew Bailey, chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), held the talks before publishing heavily criticised rule changes that could attract a multi-trillion pound listing from the oil giant. MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) and big-hitting institutions have expressed concerns about the proposals, which would exempt state-controlled companies from stringent rules that apply to other "premium" firms.

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