As students and faculty return to school, many are discovering Lynda.com content is now only offered via LinkedIn Learning.
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Sick of seeing political content on LinkedIn? There's already a setting in your feed preferences to hide the offending content.
It's time for another (not so) crazy Microsoft rumor. This time, BFFs Facebook and Microsoft are the target of one of my good source's tips.
Microsoft is continuing to integrate Yammer into more and more of its other properties. The latest: Yammer Enterprise will be added to Office 365 for Education for free.
Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz kept the D7 tweeting crowd entertained, but made it seem there is no imminent search deal/sale/partnership with Microsoft in the wings.
Lots of reviewers, pundits and even Dancing with the Stars king Steve Wozniak already have weighed in with what they think about Microsoft's new Bing search engine. But what about Microsoft's search rivals -- and specifically its former takeover target, Yahoo?
Microsoft is taking reservations starting April 28 for a limited beta of a new public-information service called Vine.The service, slated to go to testers in May, uses alerts, reports and a personal dashboard to allow users to stay in touch, particularly during crisis situations.
In spite of all the pre-announcement leaks leading up to the July 29 Microsoft-Yahoo partnership -- there were still a couple of surprises about the terms of the deal.
Reports are flying yet again that Microsoft and Yahoo are close to finalizing a search/advertising partnership. Is a multi-billion-dollar search partnership between the two finally going to happen? If it is, next week would be a great time for Microsoft to announce it.
There have been lots of twists and turns in the Microsoft-Yahoo saga. Do you think the newly inked Microsoft-Yahoo deal -- at least what we know about it so far -- sounds like the best path for Microsoft to have taken to grow its share in the search/online ad business?