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Outlook.com turns a year old - will give away prizes today to celebrate the occasion

Outlook.com turns a year old - will give away prizes today to celebrate the occasion

Microsoft purchased its first email service, Hotmail, almost seventeen years ago from founders Sabeer Bhatia and Jack Smith. After a $400 million, exchange and effort to move the service from a Linux based operating system to Windows 2000 – MSN Hotmail, as we knew it was born. Now in the year 2014, a year after Outlook.com took over the reins and stepped down from its “preview” state...

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Microsoft partners with GoDaddy to deliver Office 365 to small businesses

Microsoft partners with GoDaddy to deliver Office 365 to small businesses

When it comes to running a small business, any help is good help. Spending time on trivial matters like getting your email up and running or making sure you can access the documents you need whenever and from wherever you need them, are time wasters. To help out small business owners on their track to success, Microsoft has partnered with one of the web’s top platforms, GoDaddy. The...

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Internet Explorer 11 Developer Preview available for Windows 7 with new features and improvements

Internet Explorer 11 Developer Preview available for Windows 7 with new features and improvements

Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 Consumer Preview introduced their latest version of the Trident based web browser, Internet Explorer 11. Today the company has released the developer preview of IE11 for those still on Windows 7. Internet Explorer 11 promises to bring improved performance, faster page load times, new standards support for next generation sites, and a completely redesigned “F12”...

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Microsoft continuing to roll out new Windows Phone Marketplace design and improvements

Microsoft continuing to roll out new Windows Phone Marketplace design and improvements

Say hello to semi-Live Tiles Yesterday we covered new changes being applied to the Windows Phone web Marketplace Store, which started rolling out in Australia and New Zealand. Microsoft has dived right in and the end result is fairly impressive with the use of tiles that show details on hover as a useful example of what improvements are being implemented. We've just noticed the UK...

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