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Microsoft is highly profitable and just raised its dividend. Shopify is racing back towards positive annual earnings after exiting the logistics business.
Microsoft (MSFT) unveiled a lineup of new Surface laptops alongside its AI-driven Copilot. Copilot is designed to serve as a personal assistant, appearing when users require its assistance.
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SNAP partners with Microsoft Advertising to power Sponsored Links within My AI, which is the platform's AI-powered chatbot.
Microsoft is on the verge of clearing the final regulatory hurdle to its $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard as the UK competition authorities signaled they will accept the latest concessions. Sarah Cardell, CEO of the Competition and Markets Authority tells Bloomberg's Kriti Gupta that the restructured offer to sell some gaming rights to French publisher Ubisoft is expected to keep competition in cloud gaming open for years.
Microsoft owns 33% of OpenAI, and ChatGPT 4 now has 720 plugins available, allowing it to access the internet, search scientific studies, Wolfram Alpha, scan PDFs, and create charts. ChatGPT 4+ is a potentially revolutionary research and productivity tool that Microsoft is already incorporating into new subscriptions and planning to roll out enhanced Office365 products this year. Evercore ISI estimates that OpenAI integration into its products could boost MSFT's annual sales by $100 billion by 2027, increasing sales growth from 13% annually to 20%.
Microsoft's $69 Billion Activision Deal Nears Approval As U.K. Looks Poised To Clear Gaming Takeover
Britain's competition watchdog was the company's last major barrier to getting the deal over the finish line.
Microsoft (MSFT) is rolling out its flagship AI-driven assistant called "Copliot" over the next two weeks, giving users access to an "everyday AI companion" via a monthly subscription.
Microsoft will launch Microsoft Copilot, an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered assistant, Sept. 26. The rollout of the assistant, which is designed to transform how users interact with technology, will be part of a free update to Windows 11, the tech giant said in a Thursday (Sept.
Yusuf Mehdi, chief of Windows and surface business, along with CNBC's Steve Kovach, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss Microsoft CoPilot's AI ambitions, and meeting the demand to offer AI for enterprises.