That means converting 100% of the business to renewable energy and investing in carbon-absorbing technologies.
Speaking at a press event, the Indian-born CEO of Microsoft, said "I would love to see a Bangladeshi immigrant who comes to India and creates the next unicorn in India, or becomes the next CEO of Infosys."
They say they “refuse to create technology for warfare and oppression.”
Nadella wants to empower developers to prevent disputant tech scenarios.
CEO Satya Nadella launched the Android app in India.
Nadella Cautions Against AI Stealing Jobs But Reassures It Won't 'Write Like Rabindranath Tagore Anytime Soon'
People will have to learn new skills to survive the threat from automation, he says.
Tech companies are visibly unhappy with the immigration ban.
"We have to work together," is the common refrain in the Silicon Valley.
The new Nokia is low on features and price.
The software giant, after dragging on its smartphone business for far too long, is all set to put an end to it.
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Sheikh said in the video that, "The app not only runs on the smartphone but Pivothead smart camera sunglasses as well so
Microsoft's India-born CEO Satya Nadella was in Mumbai for a day for a company event called the 'Microsoft Future Unleashed
NEW DELHI -- Microsoft Corporation, a multinational technology company, is likely to cut around 1,000 jobs in a new round
As Satya Nadella defines a core vision that tries to be end user neutral, it is critical for Microsoft not to lose the design race. It is a folly to think that the corporate user laptop software market is locked for perpetuity. Already, for many creative jobs such as in the media, photography, research, innovation, laboratory work, digital and design consulting, Apple is making a play and replacing Windows which offers limited imagination for such users.
Four Indians (or of Indian origin) have been named in Time's list of '100 Most Influential People In The World'. These include
Microsoft acquired Nokia when the latter was well past its days of dominance, and struggling to be noticed in a field with