The laptop market is about to get more competitive, and Microsoft expands its consumer subscription bundle.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has driven the daily users for Microsoft's Skype significantly higher.
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Aiming to get more recurring revenue and not have to encourage people to upgrade their OS every few years, Microsoft is launching new subscription packages for consumers.
Stay-at-home orders are boosting Microsoft's cloud business, and United Technologies is set to close its merger with Raytheon on Friday.
Microsoft has divested its minority stake in AnyVision, the facial recognition startup marred in controversy.
The global pandemic is testing the limits of the cloud infrastructure across entertainment, gaming, and enterprise services.
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