Microsoft: Most Sidekick data recovered

Microsoft: Most Sidekick data recovered

Summary: Microsoft said on Thursday that it believes it has recovered most of the Sidekick data that it initially feared might be lost. In a letter to customers, corporate vice president Roz Ho said Microsoft planned to begin restoring users' data as soon as possible, starting with personal contacts.

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From cnetMicrosoft said on Thursday that it believes it has recovered most of the Sidekick data that it initially feared might be lost. In a letter to customers, corporate vice president Roz Ho said Microsoft planned to begin restoring users' data as soon as possible, starting with personal contacts.

On Wednesday, at least two lawsuits were filed against Microsoft and T-Mobile over the Sidekick outages, which began at the start of the month with data service interruptions. Read the full story on the Sidekick data recovery on CNET News.

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  • Microsoft: Most Sidekick data recovered

    Funny what a few big lawsuits do isn't it.
    I'd love to know what actually happened here. Moreso what Microsoft are doing to make sure it doesn't happen again.
    Joe-Taylor-7