The last seven days were quite eventful in Microsoft land, with earnings reports, the arrival of Flight Sim on console, and the EOL of Skype for Business Online. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
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Microsoft posted its earnings for the fourth quarter of the fiscal year 2021. Revenue was $46.2 billion, growing by 21% YoY. The firm also reported its FY21 revenue, which was $168.1 billion.
Microsoft today posted its earnings for the third quarter of the fiscal year, bringing in a 19% increase in revenue YoY. Strong gaming, cloud, and Office revenues contributed to the performance.
This last week brought into view Microsoft's Q2 FY 2021 earnings report, the impressive growth of Game Pass, new Insider builds, and an updated Edge roadmap. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
Microsoft shares details on the numbers driving the 51% (50% CC) growth in gaming revenue during the FY21 second-quarter earnings call. Cloud gaming is a heavy influence on this growth.
Today, Microsoft posted its quarterly earnings report, showing another strong quarter. The firm brought in $43.1 billion in revenue, with the top category being More Personal Computing.
Microsoft announced its Q4 earnings last week. While it does not provide a break-up of the business units' performance, a report suggests that the Microsoft 365 productivity suite grew 50% YoY.
The past seven days were pretty busy for Microsoft, with not only the advent of the Inspire 2020 digital event, its Q4 FY2020 earnings, but also the Xbox Games Showcase. Be sure to catch up below.
This week, the Redmond firm released its report for Q1 of fiscal year 2020, along with a couple of Insider builds, as well as the announcement of a new exclusive Mixer streamer. Catch up below.