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  1. Gamescom Kicks Off with Record Attendance

    10:18 am 8/15/2012

    Europe’s largest video game conference expects 250,000 visitors over four days.Read more

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  2. Microsoft Reports First Quarterly Loss in 26-Year History

    1:30 pm 7/19/2012

    The software firm took a $6.2 billion charge for its failed acquisition of aQuantive.Read more

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  3. Comcast Acquires Microsoft's Stake in MSNBC.com for $300 Million

    9:07 pm 7/15/2012

    NBCUniversal's parent company buys the software giant's 50% ownership in the news site and renames it NBCNews.com.Read more

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  4. Microsoft Takes $6.2 Billion Charge

    7:46 pm 7/2/2012

    The write-down is an acknowledgment that the company wildly overpaid for aQuantive.Read more

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  5. Google Introduces Nexus 7 Tablet

    5:23 pm 6/27/2012

    The device will compete with Apple's iPad and Amazon.com's Kindle Fire.Read more

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  6. EU Court Upholds, But Cuts Microsoft Anti-Trust Fine

    2:49 am 6/27/2012

    The European Commission had fined the software giant $1.12 billion in 2008, which has now been reduced to $1.07 billion. Read more

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  7. CBS Executive Nancy Tellem Eyeing Position at Microsoft (Report)

    6:06 pm 6/26/2012

    The software firm refused to speculate on whether the former president of the CBS Network TV Entertainment Group would make the move.Read more

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  8. E3 2012: ESPN Expands Partnership With Microsoft for New Xbox Live Programming

    12:46 pm 6/4/2012

    Video subscribers of Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks, Verizon FiOS TV and Comcast Xfinity TV will have access to ESPN networks on the Xbox 360 console.Read more

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  9. Microsoft Announces Xbox Music at E3

    12:06 pm 6/4/2012

    The software giant offers a first look its latest product aimed at competing with Apple's dominant iTunes.Read more

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  10. TiVo Sued by Cisco Over DVR Patents

    12:47 pm 6/1/2012

    After resolving disputes with Dish, Microsoft and AT&T, TiVo is now going to war with Cisco.Read more

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