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Microsoft supposedly has walked away from 'advanced' talks to buy Windows Phone partner Nokia. Will this look like Redmond's choice to abandon its Yahoo buy-out, in hindsight?
A new study that measures app usage on Windows 8 PCs finds that Metro style apps are gaining traction slowly. But a surprising result suggests that app developers who deliberately break Microsoft's design guidelines are most likely to win users over.
Microsoft will offer its own distribution of the Hadoop data processing framework for Windows Server and Azure.The move, announced by Microsoft's corporate vice president, Ted Kummert, at the Pass Summit on Wednesday, will see Microsoft work with Yahoo-spinoff Hortonworks on developing a distribution of Hadoop tuned for its software.
Microsoft rolled out an update to its Windows Azure toolkit for iOS which adds support for identity federation across Google, Yahoo, Live ID, Facebook and ADFS.
Strong sales of Microsoft's server software, Office 2010 and Xboxes helped push Microsoft to record yearly and quarterly revenue, though a loss in Online Services weighed on its results
Manage and monitor your season 2014/15 Fantasy Basketball leagues from this artfully styled Windows Phone app. All of the important...
With the Nokia partnership, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer just bought mobile distribution. What Yahoo is to Bing, Nokia is to Windows Phone 7.
Microsoft's implementation of email retrieval settings on Windows Phone 7 is to blame for Yahoo Mail customers using unexpectedly large amounts of data on that smartphone platform, Yahoo has said.In the latest twist to the search for culpability over the issue — some users have been consuming 25 times the data that should be needed to retrieve Yahoo Mail emails on Windows Phone 7 handsets — Yahoo said on Wednesday that Microsoft was responsible.
Webmail++ makes accessing your webmail easier on your iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad! Features include:Full screen webmail. No back buttons,...
Yesterday Yahoo! issued a statement regarding the Windows Phone 7 phantom data bug that's been causing users to burn through data on their WP7 handsets at an alarming, data plan busting rate. Today we get yet another statement, this time one that is shifting the blame onto Microsoft.
Yahoo! has issued a statement regarding the Yahoo! Mail/Windows Phone 7 phantom data bug.
Microsoft is confirming officially that -- as at least two bloggers reported in January -- that Yahoo Mail is causing the data leakage problems that some Windows Phone 7 users have encountered.
It sounds like the reported high data consumption on Windows Phone 7 may be related to Yahoo! Mail and how it handles FETCH requests.
The secret culprit behind the Windows Phone 7 phantom data issue is ... *drumroll please* ... Yahoo! Mail.
More Microsoft news from around the Web, including the latest on data-uploading issues with WP7, continuing brain drain and a Seattle SaaS startup with deep Microsoft roots.
The company has lifted the lid on its new handset and mobile platform, which will offer developers the option to access the APIs of many of the new features introduced in WebOS 2.0
Lost amongst the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 shuffle yesterday, Yahoo! Messenger for the iPhone was updated with a few new nifty features - namely video chat.
A failed Yahoo acquisition, the re-mediating of Windows Vista, as well as the inability to germinate cohesive Cloud offerings and congeal a focused mobile and slate strategy has made Microsoft into a weakened organism. The solution? Break the company up, voluntarily.
A worm is spreading via Yahoo Instant Messenger that tricks people into downloading what they think is a photo from a friend but is instead malware that installs a backdoor on Windows systems and spreads to a victim's IM contacts.
Windows Mobile news and rumors dominated a lot of the Microsoft headlines this week, but that wasn't all that was happening in Redmond-related circles. Here's a quick rundown of some of the stories that I didn't get to, including lawsuits involving Microsoft, more on the Microsoft-Yahoo partnership and more.
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Microsoft hasn't won the war on piracy in China, so why not strike before Google and produce a free OS closely aligned to its digital products and services?
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