A report from the Wall Street Journal says that some members of Microsoft's board of directors wanted Gates to step down as company director following inappropriate relations with a female employee.
Bill Gates made the leap to Android back in 2017, presumably from Windows phones. In a recent interview on Clubhouse, the Microsoft co-founder has revealed why he prefers Android over iOS.
Every sector needs someone like Elon Musk who will experiment and develop new technologies to reduce carbon emissions, according to Bill Gates. He specifically cited the steel and cement industries.
The California tech giant's stocks rose by 5% last week, meaning that the company is nearing $2 trillion in market value and its CEO is the latest addition to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
The social media website has responded to last night's hack stating that the attack was socially engineered and targeted some Twitter employees with access to internal tools and systems.
Twitter accounts of prominent personalities and Bitcoin exchange companies were compromised earlier today. The hackers linked to a phishing website that siphoned off close to $25,000 already.
Bill Gates has called President Trump's decision to withdraw funding from the World Health Organization "dangerous". Gates' foundation, in 2018, was the second-largest contributor to WHO.
This past week, Bill Gates stepped down from Microsoft's board of directors, the company transformed Build 2020 and its E3 presentation into virtual events, and so much more. Catch up below.
Today, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates announced that he's stepping down from the company's board of directors. He's also leaving Berkshire Hathaway to focus on his philanthropy and other endeavors.
Bill Gates thinks that Windows Mobile would have been dominating the market today instead of Android had it not been for the antitrust investigation from the US Justice Department that distracted him.
Microsoft interns and employees have produced an odd new video called Microsoft the Musical. And yes, it's a musical touting the things it got right, and some things that it got wrong.
Today, Netflix released a two and a half minute trailer for its upcoming documentary, called Inside Bill's Brain: Decoding Bill Gates. It's coming to the streaming service on September 20.
A number of things happened this last week, including the start of testing for Halo on PC, a small set of patches being made available, and Edge Dev coming to Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 Catch up below.
At a recent interview at a venture capital firm, Microsoft co-founder and former CEO Bill Gates spoke briefly about the company's failure at mobile, calling it his "greatest mistake ever".
Facebook Co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has moved ahead of Warren Buffett as the third-richest person alive. This movement in ranking has been driven by Facebook's stock reaching an all-time high.
The Microsoft founder is fairly outspoken on a variety of topics, and in the case of the popularity of cryptocurrencies, he makes it clear he is not a fan, mainly because of the anonymity around it.
Recent gains in its share price have propelled the online behemoth to third place in the U.S. economy with respect to market valuation, edging ahead of the Redmond giant by a small margin.
The former head of Microsoft lends his expertise to a series of videos designed to teach kids about computers and potentially drive them to careers in the tech sector. He is one of many helping out.
An investment firm backed by former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates has dropped a hefty sum for some desert property west of Phoenix, Arizona, to build a city housing - and run by - technology of the future.
According to Nadella's newly released book, Hit Refresh, the company's former CEOs and his predecessors didn't necessarily understand the appeal of the $2.5 billion purchase of Minecraft at the time.
As with almost every Microsoft fan at this point, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has also left the company's mobile platform and switched to Android, adding one more to Google's legion of users.
There are many things a person can regret in their life. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says that if he could have a do-over, he would change the two-handed command to be a bit easier to use.
From Ice Lake and golden Gates, to Scorpio's return, Surface frustration, Nokia Bothies, Android flagships, bad branding, and Sony's Nobunaga, it's our handy roundup of the week's top tech news.
Bill Gates has donated 64 million Microsoft shares, worth around $4.6 billion. It's his largest donation of company shares since 2000, reducing his Microsoft stake to just 1.3%, down from 24% in 1996.
The world's richest man has finally joined Instagram. But if you were expecting images and video of opulence, you're dead wrong. Instead, Bill Gates will be sharing his philanthropic efforts.
Thanks to a surge in Amazon's share price ahead of its latest quarterly earnings report, the company's founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos has increased his net worth to $90 billion, overtaking Bill Gates.
Bill Gates recently took to reddit to hold an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session. He answered questions regarding tech advancements, the effect of social media on ideologies, as well as cheeseburgers.
In a recent interview, Microsoft founder Bill Gates suggested that in light of the loss of jobs due to automation, we may need to consider taxing robots in order to make up for lost federal revenue.
Keeping with the annual Secret Santa tradition, Bill Gates has once again gifted some carefully selected presents to one lucky Redditor. The gifts include an Xbox One and other memorabilia.
Bill Gates has recently launched a $1 billion fund to stimulate research and development for clean energy technology, with the hopes of reducing greenhouse emissions on a global scale.
Former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates was recently interviewed by Bloomberg and was asked his opinion on the LinkedIn purchase, he says that the two companies can have a lot of synergies together.
Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is currently doing an Ask Me Anything question and answer session on Reddit, his fourth such AMA.
Microsoft's Qi Lu is said to have campaigned within the company for the acquisition of messaging platform Slack for up to $8 billion - but MS CEO Satya Nadella was reportedly against the idea.
Despite most of the tech industry's support for Apple in its case against the FBI, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates argued in a recent interview that Apple should comply with the agency's demands.
In a BBC Radio interview, Gates gives a 42 minute overview of his accomplishments in life. Interestingly while at school, he and Paul Allen 'hacked' the computer so Gates could be in all-girl classes.
A new Broadway show is set to feature former tech CEOs Steve Jobs and Bill Gates in a comedy musical about their competition, and how they revolutionized the technology we have today.
Bill Gates came back to Reddit this holiday season to be someone's Secret Santa. And just like in previous years, the gift recipient was excited and amazed when she came to find out about this.
At a campaign rally, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump expressed his intention of possibly 'closing the internet' in some places, hoping people like Bill Gates would help.
From ISIS impotence and sucky security, to green Gates, new Nokias, Insider invites, a low-cost Lumia, and a plethora of PlayStation 4's, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Bill Gates is expected to join US President Obama, French President Hollande and Indian Prime Minister Modi in announcing 'Initiative Cleantech' on the first day of the UN Climate Change Conference.