MSF.NX - MICROSOFT

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Previous close53.95
Open57.55
Volume5
Day's range57.55 - 57.55
52-week range57.55 - 57.55
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  • Nintendo unveils cardboard Switch accessories
    Sky News5 days ago

    Nintendo unveils cardboard Switch accessories

    Nintendo has unveiled a range of cardboard accessories which can be added to the Nintendo Switch games console. Called the Nintendo Labo, the cardboard accessories are intended to contribute to what Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima called the "new ways of playing". Reviewers appeared to give thumbs up to the accessories.

  • Microsoft pulls security update that freezes PCs
    Sky News14 days ago

    Microsoft pulls security update that freezes PCs

    Microsoft said on Tuesday that it was suspending a security update after it was found to be freezing PCs. In a support blog Microsoft said that machines running on AMD chipsets were not going to be protected ...

  • Computers face global slowdown due to flaw in Intel chips
    Sky News19 days ago

    Computers face global slowdown due to flaw in Intel chips

    A flaw in Intel (Euronext: INCO.NX - news) microprocessors is leaving computers worldwide facing up to a 50% slowdown when performing particular tasks. "Some things will end up being twice as slow as they are today," Mr Ian Pratt, formerly a senior lecturer at the University of Cambridge, told Sky News - but not every process would be affected. People who work with graphing applications or large spreadsheets on their home computers will experience this processing slowdown, said Mr Pratt, but those browsing the web or mining Bitcoin would not.

  • Facebook founder's firm places new bet on data start-up Collibra
    Sky Newslast month

    Facebook founder's firm places new bet on data start-up Collibra

    A firm which invests part of the vast wealth of the founders of Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) , Linkedin (Swiss: LNKD.SW - news) and Twitter (Frankfurt: A1W6XZ - news) is leading a €40m (£35m) fundraising for Collibra, a Brussels-based data start-up. Sky News has learnt that Iconiq Ventures, one of Silicon Valley's most prominent venture capital firms, has agreed to back a funding round for Collibra which values it at €325m (£289m). The deal, which is expected to close shortly, will increase Iconiq's stake in Collibra nearly a year after it first backed the company.

  • US officials hope tax plan will bring corporate profits home
    AFPlast month

    US officials hope tax plan will bring corporate profits home

    In 2016, Apple stashed more than $200 billion abroad, while its competitor Microsoft parked $100 billion offshore

  • White House blames North Korea for cyberattack
    AFPlast month

    White House blames North Korea for cyberattack

    White House homeland security advisor Tom Bossert said that "after careful investigation" Washington is publicly attributing the massive "WannaCry" cyberattack to North Korea

  • Google opens AI centre in China as competition heats up
    AFPlast month

    Google opens AI centre in China as competition heats up

    Google's move to open a Beijing office focused on fundamental research is an indication of China's AI talent

  • Banks, companies turn against coal as leaders seek cash for climate
    AFPlast month

    Banks, companies turn against coal as leaders seek cash for climate

    French President Emmanuel Macron will meet with world leaders on Tuesday, two years to the day since 195 nations adopted the climate-rescue Paris Agreement

  • World leaders in Paris seek cash for climate crunch
    AFPlast month

    World leaders in Paris seek cash for climate crunch

    French President Emmanuel Macron will meet with world leaders on Tuesday, two years to the day since 195 nations adopted the climate-rescue Paris Agreement

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Strong U.S. job growth data lifts stocks, dollar

    U.S. jobs grew at a strong clip in November even though the wage gains that could fuel inflation remain moderate. The U.S. jobs report followed encouraging economic data from China and Japan that buoyed Asian shares.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-S&P 500 down for fourth straight session; energy drags

    The S&P 500 fell marginally on Wednesday, with modest gains in Microsoft and other technology stocks not quite offsetting losses in energy shares after oil prices dropped more than 2 percent. The Dow Jones ...

  • Vatican bank's deputy axed in papal reform mystery
    AFP2 months ago

    Vatican bank's deputy axed in papal reform mystery

    Pope Francis was elected in 2013 on a mandate to clean up the scandal-hit Vatican, including its financial house.

  • Bezos a $100 bn man as Amazon rises on cyber shopping
    AFP2 months ago

    Bezos a $100 bn man as Amazon rises on cyber shopping

    Amazon founder Jeff Bezos saw his fortune swell to over $100 billion thanks to an online holiday shopping spree

  • Amazon's Bezos sees wealth top $100bn amid Black Friday boost
    Sky News2 months ago

    Amazon's Bezos sees wealth top $100bn amid Black Friday boost

    For most shoppers, Black Friday is a chance to save some pennies by landing a bargain. On Friday, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos became the only person with a $100bn (£75bn) fortune, seeing his wealth creep up by $2.4bn thanks to a 2% jump in Amazon's shares. Mr Bezos is the first person to hit that level since Microsoft (Euronext: MSF.NX - news) co-founder Bill Gates in 1999.

  • Skype pulled from Apple and Android app stores in China
    Sky News2 months ago

    Skype pulled from Apple and Android app stores in China

    Access to Skype is being challenged in China as Beijing continues to crack down on communications services it cannot access. Microsoft (Euronext: MSF.NX - news) 's video and voice chat service is the latest in a series of internet services which have been blacklisted in the country due to fears they could help Chinese citizens get around strict censorship and monitoring controls.

  • Facebook to show people if they fell for Russian propaganda
    AFP2 months ago

    Facebook to show people if they fell for Russian propaganda

    A software tool to be released by the end of this year will show people whether they engaged with Facebook pages or Instagram accounts of the Russia-linked Internet Research Agency

  • Google, Facebook join news organizations in 'Trust Project'
    AFP2 months 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
    AFP2 months 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 News2 months 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 News2 months 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
    AFP2 months 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

  • Security flaw prompts fears on Wi-Fi connections
    AFP3 months ago

    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
    AFP3 months ago

    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 News3 months ago

    '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 News3 months ago

    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.

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