Microsoft lives to help people and businesses realise their potential. To help them make things and get things done. Lumia mobile devices have long strived to deliver the experience you want, simply and easily.
Liberating personal expression, facilitating decision making and task completion, making all communication easy, and fun.
We make Lumia mobile devices to suit a range of budgets. Devices that team the latest software with the fastest processors. That run integrated first-party apps and the very best third-party apps. That offer Cortana – our very own personal assistant. And use OneDrive to seamlessly integrate with all devices. Because everyone should have the latest and most intuitive technology to help them get things done.
MEF held its global and regional board elections at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year.
After the event we caught up with some of the newly elected directors – Bango’s founder and CEO, Ray Anderson, Boku’s CEO, Jon Prideaux and Microsoft’s Director of Carrier Billing Grahame Riddell – and asked them for their thoughts on mobile money and specifically carrier billing going forward for MEF’s recently published free Mobile Money eBulletin.
Here’s what they said…
Did you hear? Microsoft bought LinkedIn. Yes you did. But do you know why? Well, Tim Green has sifted through lots of plausible reasons so you don’t have to…
Last week Microsoft endorsed the skills of LinkedIn. It endorsed them so hard, it cost $26 billion.
Yes, you all know about this by now. Microsoft bought LinkedIn for a huge sum in an all-cash transaction. It was the second biggest acquisition in tech corporate history, and it was kept totally quiet. Not a single leak.