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Former Windows Boss Knew Windows 8 Would Be Polarizing Former Windows Boss Knew Windows 8 Would Be Polarizing
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Shortly after completing work on Windows 8, former Windows boss Steven Sinofsky left Microsoft. He hasn’t said much since, but he finally opened up during an interview yesterday at D11. The general message seemed to equate to he knew Windows …

Former Windows Boss Steven Sinofsky Will Be An “Executive In Residence” At Harvard Former Windows Boss Steven Sinofsky Will Be An “Executive In Residence” At Harvard

Last month, Microsoft and Windows boss Steven Sinofsky parted ways. The split appeared amicable on the surface, but other reports suggested otherwise. That’s all behind us though and Sinofsky is focusing on the next chapter in his life. Sinofsky announced …

Windows Boss Steven Sinofsky Leaves Microsoft Windows Boss Steven Sinofsky Leaves Microsoft

2012 will be remembered as the year of major product launches and corporate shakeups. After Apple had launched the iPhone 5, the company let go of iOS boss Scott Forstall and a recently hired Head of Retail John Browett. Now …

Microsoft’s Surface Lives A Secret Double Life As A Skateboard Microsoft’s Surface Lives A Secret Double Life As A Skateboard

Microsoft’s Surface, which just sold out this morning, is being billed as an incredibly sturdy device. The outer shell of the device is made with VaporMg, a material that’s meant to feel like a luxury watch while being incredibly thin …

Microsoft Names New President Of Windows Division

Steven Sinofsky is supposed to be very good at his job, and we’re sure his promotion wasn’t made in response to Google’s operating system-related announcement.  But in a move that speaks to Microsoft’s confidence in Windows 7, Sinofsky, who contributed to the project, has been made president of the Windows Division.

Microsoft Pulls On The Reorg Boots

The company’s Platform & Services Division (PSD) has been reorganized into an eight-headed organization aimed at aligning “Windows and MSN assets with Microsoft’s overall Live strategy.”