Comparing the largest cloud players on the block gets a bit convoluted the way tech vendors are compiling their financials. Here's a crack at playing the cloud revenue face-off game.
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Microsoft's Surface hybrid has broken though the $1bn revenue mark. Does this mean it can now be described as a success?
No matter how you add it up, it appears that Microsoft has threaded the business model needle with Office on iPad and transitioned itself for cloud and mobile revenue going forward.
Microsoft has had out-of-stock issues with the two new Surface devices and demand appeared to be strong.
Nokia could soon license its technologies, not just patents, to rivals once Microsoft takes the devices business off its hands.
Might the Microsoft-Yahoo partnership be more lucrative for Yahoo than its executives have been hinting?
A patent loss in a German court may lead to trouble for Microsoft's Android strategy.
Microsoft is showing the best growth and remains the No. 1 software vendor. Oracle is No. 2 followed by IBM and SAP.
Boasting strategic relationships with Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, TIBCO, EMC and IBM, the integrator forecasts 2013 revenue of $362 million.
Microsoft reveals its first sales figures for its slow-moving and now discounted Surface line.
Microsoft and Yahoo are extending the revenue-per-search guarantee piece of their search partnership by another year.
Do Gartner's CRM growth figures for Microsoft's CRM revenue hold up? Probably not.
Paid apps, in-app purchases and subscriptions help boost revenue growth among top four global app stores operated by Apple, Google, Microsoft and BlackBerry, to US$2.2 billion in the first quarter of 2013.
The shift from the PC to post-PC technology has been good for wireless carriers, who globally pull in a combined revenue of some $1.3 trillion a year. This is equivalent to four times the combined revenue of Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Intel.
Looking to make money out of Windows Store apps? The support is in the platform, but the ways you have to make money are woefully easy to circumvent...
Microsoft could face a fine of up to 10 percent of its annual revenue after admitting failure to implement an EC antitrust browser commitment
With Windows 8, it seems that Microsoft is more interested in creating as large a user base as possible for the operating system rather than focusing on revenue.
Chinese analyst says Microsoft China generates over 80 percent of revenue from anti-piracy activities in the territory.
After Facebook made its SEC IPO filing earlier this month, it's time to put some of the data into charts. What company is Facebook closest to, in terms of revenue: Microsoft, Apple, or Google?
Microsoft has increased its revenues owing to a strong performance in its business and server divisions, but it struggled with Windows revenues due to a weakening in the consumer PC market
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