Microsoft has announced it will cut a staggering 18,000 jobs from its workforce over the next year, and reports indicate its Nokia unit will shoulder two-thirds of these layoffs. Apparently new Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was “not a fan” of the recent Nokia acquisition, and is hoping to move Microsoft away from its foray into… Continue reading In the Massive Microsoft Layoff, Which Devices and Services Will Bear the Brunt?
Tag: Internet Explorer
Six Types of Coders You Should Never Become
While developers literally make the world tick these days, there are a few things they do that may tick you off as well. Like have you ever met an NSA coder worried about invading your privacy? Or what about a version of Internet Explorer that could correctly display your website? Or do you think Farmville… Continue reading Six Types of Coders You Should Never Become
The Power of Visual Storytelling and Infographics: An Interview with Column Five
One of the great parts of my job is that I get to follow just about every creative infographic design firm on the planet in search of the best new graphics on the web. Without a doubt, Column Five is a leader in the field with an amazing output of infographics, illustrations, presentations, motion graphics… Continue reading The Power of Visual Storytelling and Infographics: An Interview with Column Five
Is It Time for You to Rethink Your Relationship With Internet Explorer?
Let me guess: you and IE have been on the rocks for a while now, huh? Can you even remember the last time you two spoke? Hold up: before you go into rant mode, let the past be the past. Microsoft wants a second (or maybe third or fourth) chance to show you the new… Continue reading Is It Time for You to Rethink Your Relationship With Internet Explorer?
Internet Explorer Uses Unicorns and the Man on the Moon to Tout the New IE Web Browser
When it comes to life, things aren’t always what they seem. For example, despite what you were told when you were young, you still wonder: is Pluto really a planet? What is a Macklemore? Is Iceland really made of ice? Can lightning strike the same place twice? Is Internet Explorer as bad as they say? These… Continue reading Internet Explorer Uses Unicorns and the Man on the Moon to Tout the New IE Web Browser