I’m sure the rookies among us will cite this as more anti-Ballmer rhetoric, but is it our fault the Big Ballmer says crazy $#!%? For instance, in an interview, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer claims Android isn’t free? Why? Because vendors pay Microsoft a licensing fee.
I just got an email from one of our college-aged readers, calling out me and the GBM staff for making the Microsoft chief look stupid. He was apparently distraught that we’d dare put a picture of Steve Ballmer on the home page with his tongue hanging out. Kids these days….I guess they’re just too young […]
Steve Ballmer was performing during a financial analyst’s meeting and began talking about Microsoft and Tablets by saying “We’ll talk about slates and tablets and blah, blah, blah, blah.” Much of what else he said about Microsoft’s and Tablets is functionally the equivalent of blah, blah, blah. We’ve heard it all before and at the […]
Here’s a rumor that’s sure to make the heads explode of fanboys from all corners: Steve Ballmer is said to be speaking at the keynote at Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference next week, talking about using Visual Studio 2010 to build apps for the Apple environment. Let the Internet be set ablaze!
Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona today and the rumblings I’m reading say we’ll see lots of news coming out. Of course one of the big things we’re expecting to hear about is the release of Windows Mobile 7 and Windows Phone. Steve Ballmer will be conducting a press conference and that’s where we’re […]
According to TechCrunch, the HP Slate that Steve Ballmer held up during the CES2010 keynote isn’t the only HP Slate in the stable. Apparently there is one very similar to it, only running Google’s Android OS instead of Windows 7. As Erick Schonfeld of TechCrunch notes that could be very interesting indeed for those who […]
Michael Arrington of TechCrunch sat down with Steve Ballmer and talked about some of Microsoft’s future plans regarding The Cloud, Azure, Mobile Phones, enterprise technology, search, and more. Obviously you don’t get a lot of specifics, but you do get some good insight to the big picture strategy that drives Microsoft. Well worth watching. (There’s […]