Mark Zuckerberg’s immigration reform group has a lot of very well known technology faces, including web developers from Dropbox, Google, Facebook and has nabbed Sean Parker, co-founder of Napster, Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo and Reid Hoffman, the founder of LinkedIn. Now the group has nabbed the CEO and ex-CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer and
CNET said earlier this week that, according to one strategist, Apple’s latest move to increase its memory storage size to 128GB is an attack against Microsoft. Microsoft, after all, disagreed with Steve Jobs’s claim that consumers would ever go beyond the PC in their desire to have greater mobility. Jobs said that, under his leadership,
Granted Bill Gates wasn’t forced out of the company that he founded, he took retirement and let Steve Ballmer take over. Ballmer had been with Gates essentially from the start of Microsoft, we’re sure Gates thought it was in good hands. Right now it appears that Microsoft is struggling with their mobile strategy. They’ve also
Don’t go getting all rowled up just yet. It’s perfectly normal for major publicly traded companies to require a succession plan for key executives including CEO’s. These companies, Apple and Google included, typically have succession plans that are kept heavily guarded or remain secret. With the current triumvrate at Google, which actually continues after the
Microsoft has reportedly told reuters that they are in talks with TV programming providers to license their broadcasts for re-broadcast via the Xbox 360 via a web based subscription service. Microsoft plans to use it’s existing Xbox 360 hardware to deliver tv conent to Xbox 360 homes rather than have them adapt to new hardware.