Here comes another in the series of Microsoft's 'Scroogled' anti-Google campaigns.
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The Bing research team is continuing to blog about how it has set about to improve search quality, including user satisfaction with search results.
Google is seeking to block Microsoft's new YouTube app for Windows Phone 8 because it blocks ads and allows downloading of videos from YouTube's site, in violation of its terms of service.
Not too surprisingly, Microsoft is pulling the plug on its Hohm energy monitoring service.
Back in March 2011, there were rumors circulating that Google planned to do away with Google Health, its Microsoft HealthVault competitor. And on June 24, Google admitted that the rumors were right.
Microsoft's suite of hosted business applications for government -- its Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) F -- has recieved FISMA certification, Microsoft officials said on April 20.
In all the stories speculating about who may bid for Nortel's war chest of more than 6,000 telecommunications-related patents, there's one name noticeably absent: Microsoft.
On February 1, Google went public (via SearchEngineLand.com) with claims that Microsoft is copying Google search results with Bing. Microsoft is denying the charge, but has yet to provide specifics in its own defense.
After having a chance to play with the Google Cr-48 Chromebook prototype, I'm stymied as to who the real Chromebook user is supposed to be. So far, I don't see myself in that category.
Microsoft has joined a coalition consisting primarily of travel sites that is lobbying to block Google's pending acquisition of ITA Software.