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September 24, 2015
Harry Shum (C), Microsoft Executive Vice President of Technology and Research, and Microsoft CEO Satya...
Redmond, UNITED STATES
Microsoft's Harry Shum and CEO Satya Nadella show Chinese President Xi Jinping a display of devices running...
Harry Shum (C), Microsoft Executive Vice President of Technology and Research, and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (L) show Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) a display of devices running the Windows operating system that were made in China by ZTE Corporation during a tour of Microsoft's main campus in Redmond, Washington September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Ted S. Warren/Pool
DAVOS-MEETING/
RTR4MI8R
January 22, 2015
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, gestures during the session "The Future of the Digital Economy"...
Davos, Switzerland
Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, gestures during the session "The Future of the Digital Economy"...
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, gestures during the session "The Future of the Digital Economy" in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos January 22, 2015. More than 1,500 business leaders and 40 heads of state or government attend the Jan. 21-24 meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) to network and discuss big themes, from the price of oil to the future of the Internet. This year they are meeting in the midst of upheaval, with security forces on heightened alert after attacks in Paris, the European Central Bank considering a radical government bond-buying programme and the safe-haven Swiss franc rocketing. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
DAVOS-MEETING/
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January 22, 2015
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, gestures during the session "The Future of the Digital Economy"...
Davos, Switzerland
Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, gestures during the session "The Future of the Digital Economy"...
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, gestures during the session "The Future of the Digital Economy" in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos January 22, 2015. More than 1,500 business leaders and 40 heads of state or government attend the Jan. 21-24 meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) to network and discuss big themes, from the price of oil to the future of the Internet. This year they are meeting in the midst of upheaval, with security forces on heightened alert after attacks in Paris, the European Central Bank considering a radical government bond-buying programme and the safe-haven Swiss franc rocketing. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
DAVOS-MEETING/
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January 22, 2015
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, gestures during the session "The Future of the Digital Economy"...
Davos, Switzerland
Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, gestures during the session "The Future of the Digital Economy"...
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, gestures during the session "The Future of the Digital Economy" in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos January 22, 2015. More than 1,500 business leaders and 40 heads of state or government attend the Jan. 21-24 meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) to network and discuss big themes, from the price of oil to the future of the Internet. This year they are meeting in the midst of upheaval, with security forces on heightened alert after attacks in Paris, the European Central Bank considering a radical government bond-buying programme and the safe-haven Swiss franc rocketing. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
NOKIA-RESULTS/
RTX17RB1
January 23, 2014
An illustration picture shows Nokia logo through a broken glass in the central Bosnian town of Zenica...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
An illustration picture shows Nokia logo through a broken glass
An illustration picture shows Nokia logo through a broken glass in the central Bosnian town of Zenica January 23, 2014. Nokia reported a 22 percent fall in sales at its core NSN network equipment division on January 23, 2014, highlighting the problems facing management once it completes the sale of its former flagship phones business to Microsoft for 5.4 billion euros. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
NOKIA-RESULTS/
RTX17RAY
January 23, 2014
A photo illustration of a man silhouetted against a Nokia logo in the central Bosnian town of Zenica...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A photo illustration of a man silhouetted against a Nokia logo
A photo illustration of a man silhouetted against a Nokia logo in the central Bosnian town of Zenica January 23, 2014. Nokia reported a 22 percent fall in sales at its core NSN network equipment division today highlighting the problems facing management once it completes the sale of its former flagship phones business to Microsoft for 5.4 billion euros. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NOKIA-RESULTS/
RTX17RAT
January 23, 2014
A photo illustration of a man silhouetted against a Nokia logo in the central Bosnian town of Zenica...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A photo illustration of a man silhouetted against a Nokia logo
A photo illustration of a man silhouetted against a Nokia logo in the central Bosnian town of Zenica January 23, 2014. Nokia reported a 22 percent fall in sales at its core NSN network equipment division today highlighting the problems facing management once it completes the sale of its former flagship phones business to Microsoft for 5.4 billion euros. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
NOKIA-RESULTS/
RTX17RAO
January 23, 2014
A photo illustration of men silhouetted against a Nokia logo in the central Bosnian town of Zenica January...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A photo illustration of men silhouetted against a Nokia logo
A photo illustration of men silhouetted against a Nokia logo in the central Bosnian town of Zenica January 23, 2014. Nokia reported a 22 percent fall in sales at its core NSN network equipment division today highlighting the problems facing management once it completes the sale of its former flagship phones business to Microsoft for 5.4 billion euros. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
MICROSOFT-CYBERCRIME/
RTX15DCP
November 14, 2013
Vishant Patel, senior manager of investigations at the Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit, shows a heat map...
Redmond, UNITED STATES
Vishant Patel, senior manager of investigations at the Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit, shows a heat map...
Vishant Patel, senior manager of investigations at the Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit, shows a heat map and talks about how malicious computer networks known as the Citadel Botnets attack computers in Western Europe at the Microsoft Cybercrime Center in Redmond, Washington November 11, 2013. Microsoft, the maker of the most popular computer operating system in the world is launching a new strategy against criminal hackers by bringing together security engineers, digital forensics experts and lawyers trained in fighting software pirates under one roof at its new Cybercrime Center. Picture taken November 11, 2013. To match Feature MICROSOFT-CYBERCRIME/ REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME LAW)
MICROSOFT-NOKIA/
RTX135KA
September 03, 2013
A Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone with Microsoft logos on the screen is shown in a photo illustration taken...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone with Microsoft logos on the screen is shown in a photo illustration taken...
A Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone with Microsoft logos on the screen is shown in a photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica, September 3, 2013. Two years after hitching its fate to Microsoft's Windows Phone software, a withered Nokia collapsed into the arms of the U.S. software giant, agreeing to sell its main handset business for 5.44 billion euros ($7.2 billion). Nokia, which will continue as a maker of networking equipment and holder of patents, was once the world's dominant handset manufacturer but was long since overtaken by Apple and Samsung in the highly competitive market for more powerful smartphones. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
MICROSOFT-NOKIA/
RTX135K8
September 03, 2013
A Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone with Microsoft logo on the screen is shown in a photo illustration taken...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone with Microsoft logo on the screen is shown in a photo illustration taken...
A Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone with Microsoft logo on the screen is shown in a photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica, September 3, 2013. Two years after hitching its fate to Microsoft's Windows Phone software, a withered Nokia collapsed into the arms of the U.S. software giant, agreeing to sell its main handset business for 5.44 billion euros ($7.2 billion). Nokia, which will continue as a maker of networking equipment and holder of patents, was once the world's dominant handset manufacturer but was long since overtaken by Apple and Samsung in the highly competitive market for more powerful smartphones.This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
MICROSOFT-NOKIA/
RTX135K5
September 03, 2013
A man is silhouetted against a video screen with as he poses with a Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone in this...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A man is silhouetted against a video screen as he poses with Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone in this photo...
A man is silhouetted against a video screen with as he poses with a Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone in this photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica, September 3, 2013. Two years after hitching its fate to Microsoft's Windows Phone software, a withered Nokia collapsed into the arms of the U.S. software giant, agreeing to sell its main handset business for 5.44 billion euros ($7.2 billion). Nokia, which will continue as a maker of networking equipment and holder of patents, was once the world's dominant handset manufacturer but was long since overtaken by Apple and Samsung in the highly competitive market for more powerful smartphones. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MICROSOFT-NOKIA/
RTX135FQ
September 03, 2013
A man uses the camera of a Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone as he poses in this photo illustration taken in...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A man uses the camera of a Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone as he poses in this photo illustration taken in...
A man uses the camera of a Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone as he poses in this photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica, September 3, 2013. Two years after hitching its fate to Microsoft's Windows Phone software, a withered Nokia collapsed into the arms of the U.S. software giant, agreeing to sell its main handset business for 5.44 billion euros ($7.2 billion). Nokia, which will continue as a maker of networking equipment and holder of patents, was once the world's dominant handset manufacturer but was long since overtaken by Apple and Samsung in the highly competitive market for more powerful smartphones. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
MICROSOFT-NOKIA/
RTX135FP
September 03, 2013
A man uses the camera of a Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone as he poses in this photo illustration taken in...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A man uses the camera of a Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone as he poses in this photo illustration taken in...
A man uses the camera of a Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone as he poses in this photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica, September 3, 2013. Two years after hitching its fate to Microsoft's Windows Phone software, a withered Nokia collapsed into the arms of the U.S. software giant, agreeing to sell its main handset business for 5.44 billion euros ($7.2 billion). Nokia, which will continue as a maker of networking equipment and holder of patents, was once the world's dominant handset manufacturer but was long since overtaken by Apple and Samsung in the highly competitive market for more powerful smartphones. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
MICROSOFT-NOKIA/
RTX135FO
September 03, 2013
A man is silhouetted against a video screen as he poses with a Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone in this photo...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A man is silhouetted against a video screen as he poses with Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone in this photo...
A man is silhouetted against a video screen as he poses with a Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone in this photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica, September 3, 2013. Two years after hitching its fate to Microsoft's Windows Phone software, a withered Nokia collapsed into the arms of the U.S. software giant, agreeing to sell its main handset business for 5.44 billion euros ($7.2 billion). Nokia, which will continue as a maker of networking equipment and holder of patents, was once the world's dominant handset manufacturer but was long since overtaken by Apple and Samsung in the highly competitive market for more powerful smartphones. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
MICROSOFT-NOKIA/
RTX135FL
September 03, 2013
A man is silhouetted against a video screen with Microsoft text as he poses with Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A man is silhouetted against a video screen with Microsoft text as he poses with Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone...
A man is silhouetted against a video screen with Microsoft text as he poses with Nokia Lumia 820 smartphone in this photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica, September 3, 2013. Two years after hitching its fate to Microsoft's Windows Phone software, a withered Nokia collapsed into the arms of the U.S. software giant, agreeing to sell its main handset business for 5.44 billion euros ($7.2 billion). Nokia, which will continue as a maker of networking equipment and holder of patents, was once the world's dominant handset manufacturer but was long since overtaken by Apple and Samsung in the highly competitive market for more powerful smartphones. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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June 06, 2013
CITADEL-BOTNETS/ - Diagram showing the typical structure of a Botnet computer network. Microsoft and...
US
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CITADEL-BOTNETS/ - Diagram showing the typical structure of a Botnet computer network. Microsoft and the FBI launched a major assault on one of the world's biggest cyber crime rings, taking down at least 1,000 malicious networks known as the Citadel Botnets. (SIN01)
GERMANY/
RTR3EIQG
March 03, 2013
Employees of Microsoft are seen in front of huge screen showing a networked earth at a fair booth during...
Hanover, Germany
Employees of Microsoft are seen in front of huge screen during preparations at the CeBit computer expo...
Employees of Microsoft are seen in front of huge screen showing a networked earth at a fair booth during preparations at the CeBit computer expo in Hanover March, 3, 2013. The biggest fair of its kind opens its doors to the public on March 5 and will run until March 9. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
CES/
RTR2W2UI
January 10, 2012
CEOs (L-R): Steve Ballmer of Microsoft, Stephen Elop of Nokia and Ralph de la Vega of AT&T Mobility display...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
CEOs of Microsoft Ballmer, Nokia Elop and AT&T Mobility de la Vega, display their Nokia Lumia 900 smartphones...
CEOs (L-R): Steve Ballmer of Microsoft, Stephen Elop of Nokia and Ralph de la Vega of AT&T Mobility display their Nokia Lumia 900 smartphones at the Consumer Electronics Show opening in Las Vegas January 9, 2012. The Lumia 900 is the first 4G LTE Windows Phone platform device and will be offered on AT&T's network. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
CES/
RTR2W2UB
January 10, 2012
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer holds a Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone at a Nokia press event at the Consumer...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Microsoft CEO Ballmer holds a Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone during the Consumer Electronics Show opening...
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer holds a Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone at a Nokia press event at the Consumer Electronics Show opening in Las Vegas January 9, 2012. The Lumia 900 is the first 4G LTE Windows Phone platform device and will be offered on AT&T's network. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
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RTR2W2U8
January 10, 2012
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer speaks about the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone at a Nokia press event at the...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Microsoft CEO Ballmer speaks about the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone at the Consumer Electronics Show opening...
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer speaks about the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone at a Nokia press event at the Consumer Electronics Show opening in Las Vegas January 9, 2012. The Lumia 900 is the first 4G LTE Windows Phone platform device and will be offered on AT&T's network. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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RTR2W2U6
January 10, 2012
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer (R) grabs the arm of Nokia CEO Stephen Elop at a Nokia press event at the...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Microsoft CEO Ballmer grabs the arm of Nokia CEO Elop during the Consumer Electronics Show opening in...
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer (R) grabs the arm of Nokia CEO Stephen Elop at a Nokia press event at the Consumer Electronics Show opening in Las Vegas January 9, 2012. Nokia unveiled the Nokia Lumia 900, the first 4G LTE Windows Phone platform device. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
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RTR2W2TL
January 10, 2012
CEOs (L-R): Steve Ballmer of Microsoft, Stephen Elop of Nokia and Ralph de la Vega of AT&T Mobility prepare...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
CEOs of Microsoft Ballmer, Nokia Elop and AT&T Mobility de la Vega, prepare to display their Nokia Lumia...
CEOs (L-R): Steve Ballmer of Microsoft, Stephen Elop of Nokia and Ralph de la Vega of AT&T Mobility prepare to display their Nokia Lumia 900 smartphones at a Nokia press event during opening of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 9, 2012. The Lumia 900 is the first 4G LTE Windows Phone platform device and will be offered on AT&T's network. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
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RTR2W2TI
January 10, 2012
CEOs (L-R): Steve Ballmer of Microsoft, Stephen Elop of Nokia and Ralph de la Vega of AT&T Mobility display...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
CEOs of Microsoft Ballmer, Nokia Elop and AT&T Mobility de la Vega, display their Nokia Lumia 900 smartphones...
CEOs (L-R): Steve Ballmer of Microsoft, Stephen Elop of Nokia and Ralph de la Vega of AT&T Mobility display their Nokia Lumia 900 smartphones at the Consumer Electronics Show opening in Las Vegas January 9, 2012. The Lumia 900 is the first 4G LTE Windows Phone platform device and will be offered on AT&T's network. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
INDIA-SOCIALMEDIA/
RTR2UYBK
December 07, 2011
Activists from Shaheed Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena, a Hindu group, hold placards as they are detained by...
New Delhi, India
Activists from Shaheed Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena hold placards as they are detained by police during a...
Activists from Shaheed Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena, a Hindu group, hold placards as they are detained by police during a protest outside the residence of India's Telecoms and Information Technology Minister Kapil Sibal, in New Delhi December 7, 2011. India has urged social network companies including Facebook, Twitter and Google to remove offensive material, unleashing a storm of criticism from Internet users complaining of censorship in the world's largest democracy. Sibal met executives from Facebook, Google, Yahoo and Microsoft on Monday to ask them to screen content, but no agreement with the companies was reached, he said. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION BUSINESS)
NOKIA/
RTR2T7Q5
October 26, 2011
The new Nokia Lumia 800 smartphone is seen at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia...
London, United Kingdom
The new Nokia Lumia 800 smartphone is seen at the Nokia World event in London
The new Nokia Lumia 800 smartphone is seen at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOKIA/
RTR2T7Q3
October 26, 2011
A man holds the new Nokia Lumia 710 smartphone at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia...
London, United Kingdom
A man holds the new Nokia Lumia 710 smartphone at the Nokia World event in London
A man holds the new Nokia Lumia 710 smartphone at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOKIA/
RTR2T7PC
October 26, 2011
People attending the Nokia World event check their laptops and mobile devices in London October 26, 2011....
London, United Kingdom
People attending the Nokia World event check their laptops and mobile devices in London
People attending the Nokia World event check their laptops and mobile devices in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOKIA/
RTR2T7PA
October 26, 2011
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its...
London, United Kingdom
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOKIA/
RTR2T7P8
October 26, 2011
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its...
London, United Kingdom
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOKIA/
RTR2T7P5
October 26, 2011
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its...
London, United Kingdom
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOKIA/
RTR2T7P1
October 26, 2011
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its...
London, United Kingdom
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOKIA/
RTR2T7OT
October 26, 2011
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world in London October...
London, United Kingdom
President and CEO of Nokia Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world...
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOKIA/
RTR2T7OO
October 26, 2011
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop walks under a graphic of the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at the Nokia...
London, United Kingdom
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop walks under a graphic of the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at the Nokia...
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop walks under a graphic of the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOKIA/
RTR2T7OJ
October 26, 2011
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world in London October...
London, United Kingdom
President and CEO of Nokia Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world...
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
VIDEOGAMES/
RTR2NGNT
June 08, 2011
Nintendo's President Satoru Iwata displays the Wii U during E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Nintendo's President Satoru Iwata displays the Wii U during E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in...
Nintendo's President Satoru Iwata displays the Wii U during E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in Los Angeles June 8, 2011. The Wii U, complete with a new touchscreen controller, is aimed at winning back hardcore gamers from rivals such as Microsoft Corp's Xbox and won early praise from industry critics at its launch at the E3 videogame expo on Tuesday. Iwata dismissed questions about the new console's lack of emphasis on network capabilities and said the company's hit games had always been social. The entire console is still under development, but is expected to go on sale between April and December 2012. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
VIDEOGAMES/NINTENDO
RTR2NGNS
June 08, 2011
Nintendo's President Satoru Iwata displays the Wii U during E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Nintendo's President Satoru Iwata displays the Wii U during E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in...
Nintendo's President Satoru Iwata displays the Wii U during E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in Los Angeles June 8, 2011. The Wii U, complete with a new touchscreen controller, is aimed at winning back hardcore gamers from rivals such as Microsoft Corp's Xbox and won early praise from industry critics at its launch at the E3 videogame expo on Tuesday. Iwata dismissed questions about the new console's lack of emphasis on network capabilities and said the company's hit games had always been social. The entire console is still under development, but is expected to go on sale between April and December 2012. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
GOOGLE/ENTERPRISE
RTR2ISKD
February 18, 2011
Dave Girouard, president, Enterprise for Google, Rajen Sheth, group product manager of Chrome OS for...
Mountain View, UNITED STATES
Dave Girouard, president, Enterprise for Google, Rajen Sheth, group product manager of Chrome OS for...
Dave Girouard, president, Enterprise for Google, Rajen Sheth, group product manager of Chrome OS for business, (R) and Shan Sinha, group product manager for Google Apps (L) pose for Reuters at Google headquarter in Mountain View, California, February 16, 2011. Google's enterprise business positions it to tap into a lucrative market long dominated by Microsoft Corp and represents one way to diversify revenue. But with the giant Internet search company facing a big threat from Facebook in social networking and from Apple Inc in the mobile market, some question whether Google's battle with Microsoft for business customers is yesterday's war. Picture taken February 16, 2011. REUTERS/Norbert von der Groeben (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS)
GOOGLE/ENTERPRISE
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February 18, 2011
Dave Girouard, president, Enterprise for Google , Rajen Sheth, group product manager for Chrome OS for...
Mountain View, UNITED STATES
Dave Girouard, president of entertprise for Google, with Rajen Sheth and Shan Sinha
Dave Girouard, president, Enterprise for Google , Rajen Sheth, group product manager for Chrome OS for business, (R) and Shan Sinha, group product manager of Google Apps (L) pose for Reuters at Google headquarter in Mountain View, California, February 16, 2011. Google's enterprise business positions it to tap into a lucrative market long dominated by Microsoft Corp and represents one way to diversify revenue. But with the giant Internet search company facing a big threat from Facebook in social networking and from Apple Inc in the mobile market, some question whether Google's battle with Microsoft for business customers is yesterday's war. Picture taken February 16, 2011. REUTERS/Norbert von der Groeben (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH)
USA/
RTXQNOY
November 12, 2009
Microsoft Corporation founder Bill Gates listens to a question as he appears with investor Warren Buffett...
New York, UNITED STATES
Bill Gates listens to a question during an appearance with Warren Buffett for town hall style meeting...
Microsoft Corporation founder Bill Gates listens to a question as he appears with investor Warren Buffett for a town hall style meeting with business students broadcast by the financial television network CNBC at Columbia University in New York November 12, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA/
RTXQNOW
November 12, 2009
Microsoft Corporation founder Bill Gates listens to a question as he appears with investor Warren Buffett...
New York, UNITED STATES
Bill Gates listens to a question during an appearance with Warren Buffett for town hall style meeting...
Microsoft Corporation founder Bill Gates listens to a question as he appears with investor Warren Buffett for a town hall style meeting with business students broadcast by the financial television network CNBC at Columbia University in New York November 12, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
USA/
RTXQNOM
November 12, 2009
Investor Warren Buffett (R) whispers to Microsoft Corporation founder Bill Gates (L) as the two appear...
New York, UNITED STATES
Warren Buffett and Bill Gates appear together for town hall style meeting with students at Columbia University...
Investor Warren Buffett (R) whispers to Microsoft Corporation founder Bill Gates (L) as the two appear together for a town hall style meeting with business students broadcast by the the financial television network CNBC at Columbia University in New York, November 12, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA/
RTXQNOJ
November 12, 2009
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett (R) and Microsoft Corporation founder Bill Gates (L) appear together...
New York, UNITED STATES
Warren Buffett and Bill Gates appear together for town hall style meeting with students at Columbia University...
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett (R) and Microsoft Corporation founder Bill Gates (L) appear together for a town hall style meeting with business students broadcast by the the financial television network CNBC at Columbia University in New York, November 12, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA/
RTXQNOD
November 12, 2009
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett (R) and Microsoft Corporation founder Bill Gates (L) appear together...
New York, UNITED STATES
Warren Buffett and Bill Gates appear together for town hall style meeting with students at Columbia University...
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett (R) and Microsoft Corporation founder Bill Gates (L) appear together for a town hall style meeting with business students broadcast by the the financial television network CNBC at Columbia University in New York, November 12, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
INDIA/ECONOMY
RTR25DK9
July 06, 2009
A salesman adjusts a gold necklace inside a jewellery shop in the southern Indian city of Chennai July...
Chennai, India
A salesman adjusts a gold necklace inside a jewellery shop in Chennai
A salesman adjusts a gold necklace inside a jewellery shop in the southern Indian city of Chennai July 6, 2009. India's doubling of import duty on gold and silver is likely to encourage recycling of the metals locally in what could continue to keep imports subdued for the rest of this year, traders and analysts said on Monday. REUTERS/Babu (INDIA BUSINESS)
IRAN/
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June 26, 2009
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on their ability to...
Tehran, Iran
Worshipers pray during Friday prayers in Tehran
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on their ability to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.

Worshipers pray during Friday prayers in Tehran June 26, 2009. A hardline Iranian cleric on Friday called for the execution of "rioters" in the latest sign of the authorities' determination to stamp out opposition to the June 12 presidential election. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN POLITICS RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
RTR1SY05
August 21, 2007
John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, speaks during a discussion with Microsoft Corporation...
New York, UNITED STATES
John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, speaks during a discussion with Microsoft Corporation...
John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, speaks during a discussion with Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer (not pictured) in New York August 20, 2007. Ballmer and Chambers spoke on the future of technology and their plans to strengthen their collaboration to meet customer demands for improved inter-operability between the network and software solutions that the two companies provide. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1SY0R
August 20, 2007
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer (L) speaks with John Chambers (R), chairman and CEO of Cisco...
New York, UNITED STATES
Microsoft Corporation CEO Ballmer speaks with Chambers, chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, attend a discussion...
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer (L) speaks with John Chambers (R), chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, attend a discussion panel in New York August 20, 2007. Ballmer and Chambers spoke on the future of technology and their plans to strengthen their collaboration to meet customer demands for improved inter-operability between the network and software solutions that the two companies provide. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1SY0K
August 20, 2007
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer speaks during a discussion with John Chambers, chairman and CEO...
New York, UNITED STATES
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer speaks during a discussion with John Chambers, chairman and CEO...
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer speaks during a discussion with John Chambers, chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, in New York August 20, 2007. Ballmer and Chambers spoke on the future of technology and their plans to strengthen their collaboration to meet customer demands for improved inter-operability between the network and software solutions that the two companies provide. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1SY0G
August 20, 2007
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer (L) and John Chambers (R), Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer and John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, attend...
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer (L) and John Chambers (R), Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, attend a discussion panel moderated by journalist Charlie Rose (C) in New York August 20, 2007. Ballmer and Chambers spoke on the future of technology and their plans to strengthen their collaboration to meet customer demands for improved inter-operability between the network and software solutions that the two companies provide. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1SY07
August 20, 2007
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer smiles during a discussion with John Chambers (not pictured),...
New York, UNITED STATES
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer smiles during a discussion with John Chambers, Chairman and CEO...
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer smiles during a discussion with John Chambers (not pictured), Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, in New York August 20, 2007. Ballmer and Chambers spoke on the future of technology and their plans to strengthen their collaboration to meet customer demands for improved inter-operability between the network and software solutions that the two companies provide. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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August 20, 2007
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer (L) and John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, stand...
New York, UNITED STATES
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer and John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, stand together...
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer (L) and John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, stand together after a discussion in New York August 20, 2007. Ballmer and Chambers spoke on the future of technology and their plans to strengthen their collaboration to meet customer demands for improved inter-operability between the network and software solutions that the two companies provide. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1SXZG
August 20, 2007
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer (L) shakes hands with John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco...
New York, UNITED STATES
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer shakes hands with John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems,...
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer (L) shakes hands with John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, after a panel discussion in New York August 20, 2007. Ballmer and Chambers spoke on the future of technology and their plans to strengthen their collaboration to meet customer demands for improved inter-operability between the network and software solutions that the two companies provide. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1SXZE
August 20, 2007
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer (L) speaks to John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer speaks to John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, during...
Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer (L) speaks to John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems, during a panel discussion in New York August 20, 2007. Ballmer and Chambers spoke on the future of technology and their plans to strengthen their collaboration to meet customer demands for improved inter-operability between the network and software solutions that the two companies provide. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
DAVOS/
RTR1LOM4
January 27, 2007
Bill Gates, chairman and founder of Microsoft Corporation, speaks at the session 'The Impact of Web 2.0...
Davos, Switzerland
Microsoft founder Gates speaks at a session of the World Economic Forum in Davos
Bill Gates, chairman and founder of Microsoft Corporation, speaks at the session 'The Impact of Web 2.0 and Emerging Social Network Models' at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos January 27, 2007. Top politicians, monetary policymakers, senior business executives and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) hold their annual meeting, the WEF, in the Alpine resort of Davos, Switzerland, until Sunday. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND)
DAVOS/
RTR1LOLZ
January 27, 2007
Bill Gates, chairman and founder of Microsoft Corporation, speaks at the session 'The Impact of Web 2.0...
Davos, Switzerland
Microsoft founder Gates speaks at a session of the World Economic Forum in Davos
Bill Gates, chairman and founder of Microsoft Corporation, speaks at the session 'The Impact of Web 2.0 and Emerging Social Network Models' at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos January 27, 2007. Top politicians, monetary policymakers, senior business executives and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) hold their annual meeting, the WEF, in the Alpine resort of Davos, Switzerland, until Sunday. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND)
DAVOS/
RTR1LOLY
January 27, 2007
Bill Gates, chairman and founder of Microsoft Corporation, speaks at the session 'The Impact of Web 2.0...
Davos, Switzerland
Microsoft founder Gates speaks at a session of the World Economic Forum in Davos
Bill Gates, chairman and founder of Microsoft Corporation, speaks at the session 'The Impact of Web 2.0 and Emerging Social Network Models' at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos January 27, 2007. Top politicians, monetary policymakers, senior business executives and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) hold their annual meeting, the WEF, in the Alpine resort of Davos, Switzerland, until Sunday. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND)
TECH MICROSOFT NEC
RTR1DOZV
May 24, 2006
Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer (R) shakes hands with NEC Corp President Kaoru Yano during...
Tokyo, Japan
Microsoft Chief Executive Ballmer shakes hands with NEC President Yano in Tokyo
Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer (R) shakes hands with NEC Corp President Kaoru Yano during a joint news conference in Tokyo May 24, 2006. Microsoft Corp. and NEC Corp. said on Wednesday they have reached a cross-licensing agreement to share patents and would expand their computer server ties to include next-generation equipment. Microsoft, the world's largest software maker, and NEC, the largest supplier of personal computers and servers in the Japanese market, also announced that they would cooperate in the enterprise networking business. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SHOW
RTR17SUP
January 04, 2006
MTV Networks' Music Group President Van Toffler (L) gestures toward Bill Gates, Microsoft chairman and...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
MTV Music Group president gestures toward Bill Gates during Gates' keynote address at Consumer Electronics...
MTV Networks' Music Group President Van Toffler (L) gestures toward Bill Gates, Microsoft chairman and chief software architect, during Gates' keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 4, 2006. Microsoft is joining with Viacom Inc.'s MTV Networks to offer the URGE digital music service. The service will be integrated into the new Windows Media Player and will offer more than 2 million songs, they said. The service is expected to debut this year. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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