In a new interview, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says the company "would have been willing to buy" WhatsApp, but stopped short of saying it would have spent $19 billion, as Facebook eventually did.
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The latest Reddit AMA session from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates had him answering lots of different questions, including more about the company's new CEO, jumping chairs and Samuel L. Jackson.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates used the form of a cute animated video ahead of his Reddit AMA today to answer some common myths about himself and about aid to others.
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Tuesday night and talked about possible future technology like "paper tablets" and also made an odd viral video.
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates has issued his 2014 annual letter from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, predicting that by 2035 there will be almost no "poor" countries in the world.
In a new interview, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates questions whether Google's plan to offer Internet access via balloons, Project Loon, will help kids in low income countries who are sick.
In a new 60 Minutes episode, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates talks about his efforts to stop diseases and launch new inventions. How does he find time to do all this? He says, "I don't mow the lawn."
In a new interview, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates talks about how the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is helping to support new technology in order to make better vaccines.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has launched a new round of its Grand Challenges Explorations, which includes a $100,000 grant for whoever makes a new and better condom.
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates teamed up this week with the richest man in the world, Mexican telecommunications mogul Carlos Slim, for their support of an environmental research station.
In his annual letter, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates outlined what his Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been doing to help others, and set out a goal to rid the world of polio within six years.
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, the richest man in the US, says in a new interview, "Money has no utility to me beyond a certain point," adding that his wealth is best spent on his charity work.
Microsoft's chairman Bill Gates has donated $750 million to the The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, adding some much needed money to the the financially troubled fund.
A newly released infographic shows how Microsoft chairman Bill Gates is using his wealth to help millions of people all over the world and could inspire others to do the same.