It was part pop concert, part tech love fest at Somerset North Friday morning, as Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer opened the mall’s new Microsoft store.
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Consumers in the Detroit area will soon have a second location to browse Microsoft products. The software giant announced it is opening a Microsoft Specialty Store June 5 at Twelve Oaks Mall in Novi.
Billhighway, the provider of cloud-based financial management products and services for nonprofits, will join Microsoft, Highway T and Partnering to Success LLC, for a conference highlighting some of the latest and greatest free and low-cost technology tools on the market.
Microsoft Corp. CEO and Michigan native Steven Ballmer received an honorary doctorate degree in computer science from Lawrence Technological University Friday morning in a special university convocation.
Microsoft is launching a new front in its war on Google.