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  1. dealmaker


    Microsoft revenue climbs to $28.9B
    Microsoft topped Wall Street expectations again in the second quarter of its fiscal year, as the cloud continues to drive strong financials for the company. The tech titan reported earnings of 96 cents per share on revenue of $28.9 billion, an increase of 12 percent over this time last year. Analysts expected Microsoft to post earnings of 86 cents per share on $28.39 billion in revenue. (GeekWire)
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    Microsoft is trying to kill passwords
    Microsoft is trying to kill the password, and it’s about time. This week, the company said the next test version of its stripped-down Windows 10 S operating system will strip out passwords as well, by default. If you go through setup as recommended, you’ll never get a password option. But killing the password altogether will take more work and time – and the problem may get worse before it gets better.(Washington Post)