Microsoft opens its first customer center worldwide in the heart of Berlin on Thursday. It'll introduce its latest products there. The stately building also provides a home for start-ups.
The US software giant has temporarily suspended patches for the security bugs known as meltdown and Spectre for PCs that use some older AMD chips after complaints by customers that the updates froze their machines.
Startup Poland wants to make Poland a hub for innovative ideas to find the know-how and funding needed to bring them to fruition. DW talked with its CEO Julia Krysztofiak-Szopa about what Poland has to offer.
The world's biggest technology firms — Amazon, Google parent Alphabet and Microsoft — have all posted stellar quarterly earnings on the back of a corporate shift away from company-owned data centers to the cloud.
Booming sales of web services have boosted the profits of Microsoft and Amazon, while Google parent Alphabet reported solid growth in ad revenue that helped it cover rising costs of its "moonshot" projects.
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