Microsoft has made a pledge to support the development of 3D creation suite, Blender. In an announcement from yesterday, Blender revealed the Windows-maker has joined the foundation’s Development Fund as a Corporate Gold member in order to help the company continue to provide its software for free. Unlike other popular alternatives like Cinema4D and Maya, Blender’s apps are entirely free and open-source. In all fairness, Microsoft‘s contribution — which will be in the ballpark of €30,000 according to Blender’s membership page — won’t be a huge boost to the company’s revenue, but the move could go a long way to lending more… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Microsoft
Perhaps, is the corporate gold at the end of the rainbow for the Facebook-owned Whatsapp.For now, the company is concentrating once again on to reach the target audience by launching a fully standalone version of the popular meddelandeappen.Engineered with the purpose to facilitate the communication between companies and their customers.the business Edition will be free for smaller companies.Belongs to the other hand, the companies which have a bigger global customer base, you pay for it.What it can achieve cost, however, is so far a well kept secret.