Microsoft Plans Cheaper Phones, Windows 8 Update

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Feb. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Emily Chang reports on today's top headlines on Bloomberg Television's “Bloomberg West.”

Technology, innovation and future business.

Carl icahn who last month pushed for ebay to spinoff its paypal business urged voters to push for the split while nominating two of his employees to ebay's board.

He criticized the online marketplace for lapses in corporate governance and singled out to directors, mark andreessen and scott cook for directly competing with ebay.

Ebay responded saying ebay and paypal are better together and icon has cherry picked old newsclips and anecdotes to attack the integrity of two of the most respected leaders in silicon valley.

He will speak exclusively to bloomberg television coming up later today at 3:00 eastern time.

You don't want to miss that.

Broke to comment and maker of set top boxes, is weighing an initial public offering.

This is according to people with knowledge of the matter.

The ipo would take place in the united states sometime this year.

Some person at the company recently's oak with tanks of the possibility of an offering.

Microsoft is making a further push into mobile software to develop cheaper phones for emerging markets.

Under the new leadership of satya nadella, they are working with qualcomm and lenovo on a low-cost phone decide that handset makers can use to build their own devices.

Microsoft plans to update its software this spring.

Turning back to mobile world congress -- sam sun is hosting

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