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Office continues to be bright spot for Microsoft in FY16 Q3, bumping subscriber numbers up to 22.2 million

Office continues to be bright spot for Microsoft in FY16 Q3, bumping subscriber numbers up to 22.2 million Microsoft is transitioning to a “cloud-first, mobile-first” company from its previous emphasis on Windows, and productivity solutions are a big part of where the company is headed.Their Productivity and Business Processes division is a testament to the importance of productivity solutions, and once again this division is a financial strength.

Windows phone revenues decline 46%, dragging down Microsoft's overall devices business

Windows phone revenues decline 46%, dragging down Microsoft's overall devices business And once again, the picture is generally good with only one product line–phones–dragging down the division’s overall performance in FY16 Q3.Specifically, once again, Surface revenues were outstanding, and Xbox did well as well.

It’s time to stop doubting Apple

It’s time to stop doubting Apple Questions included: No one predicted the blockbuster quarter Apple ended up with, which included a record-breaking $78.The champion product was none other than the once-flagging iPhone, specifically the bigger, pricier iPhone 7 Plus.

Facebook just set a record in quarterly user growth

Facebook just set a record in quarterly user growth 86 billion monthly active users, adding 70 million users in the quarter.That's an 18 percent increase from the year prior and up from the 17 percent bump last quarter.

Twitter, for once, is soaring and says it's seeing less abuse on site

Twitter, for once, is soaring and says it's seeing less abuse on site For the first time since going public in 2013, Twitter's quarterly revenue declined.9 million that was expected by Wall Street (Twitter's worst enemies who have dropped the stock price to all-time lows).

Google remains a boring, tremendously successful company

Google remains a boring, tremendously successful company Even with all the scandal around "YouTube-gate," with Google placing advertisements on neo-Nazi videos, they brought in more cash.Other cool things include the lawsuit going on between ride-hailing giant Uber and Google's Waymo.

Everyone's just waiting to see what Apple does with its money

Everyone's just waiting to see what Apple does with its money He highlighted new products that have excited Apple's fanbase, at least, and he pointed to a growing area of their revenue services, which includes revenue from iTunes, iCloud, Apple Music, Apple Pay, Apple Care and other sales from the App Store.And lastly, Cook teased Apple's "exciting" event in the near future.

Tim Cook will take his Apple Watch secret to the grave

Tim Cook will take his Apple Watch secret to the grave Tim Cook has a secret about the Apple Watch, and he's not any closer to telling us.But yet again, he left us hanging when it came to the Apple Watch's exact sales numbers.

Facebook is so, so close to 2 billion users

Facebook is so, so close to 2 billion users 94 billion people (so close to the coveted 2 billion and still approaching the 3.From January to March, Facebook pulled in $8 billion in revenue, a 49 percent increase from the year prior.

Tesla is about to make it way easier to fix your fancy cars

Tesla is about to make it way easier to fix your fancy cars said it plans to open a line of company-owned body shops for Tesla owners in need of out-of-warranty repairs in its Q1 2017 quarterly earnings letter.To give customers even more places to have their cars serviced, Tesla says it will also expand the existing network of third-party certified body shops.

Life for Snapchat just went from bad to even worse

Life for Snapchat just went from bad to even worse Over the last three months, Facebook has continued its quest to crush Snap Inc.Instagram Stories now has more daily users than Snapchat overall.