How Google, Amazon, Microsoft are buying up retail counters in the U.S.

Microsoft is reportedly preparing to launch a retail counter display for its online services in the United States.

The Wall Street Journal reports the technology, called an “inverse display,” will be used to display an assortment of Microsoft products in one display.

It will use the technology to give customers an easy way to easily shop for software, services and hardware.

The display is expected to cost between $400 and $800 and is expected be available later this year.

Microsoft recently announced that it will be offering discounts for people who sign up for the Bing Rewards program, an online program that offers rewards to people who complete tasks on its Bing online shopping portal.

Microsoft previously announced it would be launching an online store for its Office 365 products in the US this fall.

This was in response to the growing popularity of the Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps, which are available on Google and Apple apps.