Microsoft's 13 Biggest Failures

  • Tweet  
  • LinkedIn  
  • Facebook  
  • Google plus  
  • Send to Kindle
  • Send to  

Redmond, once the Olympus of the computing world, is looking a bit more like Pompeii these days. But Microsoft isn’t a stranger to flops. Here’s a list of the company’s 13 unluckiest failures.

[SlideDeck2 id=30550]

Related articles
  • Tweet  
  • LinkedIn  
  • Facebook  
  • Google plus  
  • Send to Kindle
  • Send to  
article_bottom_newsletter_signup
More on Mobility
scissors cutting a dollar bill into strips

Qualcomm Snapdragon processors facing reduced sales

2015 outlook takes a hit after major customer drops processor

classic-car-12

Classic BlackBerry? New handset revealed

Canadian firm hopes to win back fans of traditional handset

online-communication

Welcome Android: Skype for Business enhancements accommodate all mobile users

Lync can now be used with all customers on mobile devices, regardless of their OS

nokias-old

SMB mobile technology uptake on the rise

BYOD also an area of growth

Visitor comments
Add comments
blog comments powered by Disqus
In-depth
businessman-walking-rope-outdoor-balance

MSP market saturation may lead to smaller players being dumped by vendors

Smaller players need to ensure that they don't fall prey to solution provider consolidation by vendors

Questions

Windows 10 service model raises enterprise, channel questions

Microsoft is banking on the fact that its next OS will be an improvement over prior iterations, but will the product’s sales model be as well received as the product itself?

Handshake in London

Microsoft Big Data acquisition shows willingness to embrace open platforms

The software giant embraces yet another open-source tool in R and stakes its claim in the analytics arena

head-in-hands

U.S. patent system 'broken'

Patent 'trolls' wreaking havoc for technology in the U.S.