Why Microsoft is investing $100m in R&D software

FourFourThree Microsoft has been investing $1.1 billion into R&amps software engineering.

The tech giant is set to spend up to $100 million in the next year.

It is investing in the R&amping and Design department.

The investment is part of the company’s commitment to R&d. 

R&amp:design is an R&D program that helps companies build and scale the software that runs on their machines.

It’s currently used by the Apple iMac, Apple Mac mini, iPhone, and iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

R&amps developers will also work on new and upcoming apps for Microsoft Azure.

Microsoft said the program will allow developers to collaborate and innovate more quickly.