Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is aloof from the idea that how news hungry media and technology experts are keeping a close watch on it so as to take their very first news out to the world. The proof is a blank post on the company’s official blog by the company’s vice president Rajesh Jha that talked nothing. It was blank from head to toe, but yet it led to the news of Microsoft’s acquisition of a powerhouse email app, Acompli.

Blank Post Enough to Hint Purchase

The first question that comes to mind is how a blank post could reveal so much? Thanks to the keen observers, who figured it out through the web address that read “Microsoft acquires Acompli”. Reportedly, TechCrunch sourced the news first as it gave information of the Url, “http://blogs.microsoft.com/blog/2014/11/25/microsoft-acquires-acompli/”.

It is rumoured that the draft announcement of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Acompli was erroneously posted on the blog. But the sudden revelation indicates that either Microsoft is in final stages of its acquisition or has completed it. If the speculation turns out to be true then, it will be most important take over for the software giant.

Accomplished Task with Acompli

Acompli is often referred to as “the Outlook for iPhone” , that will fill up the space for Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT). The app helps people to find the most important of their emails in a very fast way along with other features such as easy file share and quick delete. In short, it aims to make emails on the phone easier.

After raising $7.3 million of capital last June, Acompli rolled out its version on Android this year. Given the fact that companies usually raise funds that last 18 months, Acompli’s requirement for fresh capital might have landed it in a deal with Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT). So far, both Microsoft and Acompli have kept silence over the unofficial disclosure.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I agree, that kind of corporate theft should not be allowed and both Apple and Microsoft should be made example of, publicly.

    On the flip side, although it is not morally right: how many American citizens have jobs under these two (2) corporate monsters? Jeopardizing that factor is a steep slope to walk on.

  2. Cool,
    2015 Microsoft thinks email is the NEXT BIG THING!

    Do you have anything about how this was a 2014 tax write-off of millions of dollars and the American people paid for this loss while they pocketed the profits overseas and gave it away to anyone except the American people?

    A company that has taken advantage and manipulated the broken system, only to make it even worse and destructive. Soon, very soon.

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