Facebook are all set to release their first official app for the Windows Phone app store.
Microsoft announced it is to disable more Zune features as the service continues to make way for Xbox Music. Music video won’t be able to be streamed through desktop software and channel playlists will also go.
Microsoft received complaints over Office OS X on the new Retina display-enabled MacBook Pros appearing fuzzy. Suggestions were Microsoft had not supported the resolution.
Microsoft launched the new SkyDrive today and as you will see in the embedded video after the break, it really does look quite good.
Microsoft has gone public with Outlook.com, a online and free e-mail service that combines the functionality of Hotmail and the design of Windows 8. The service works from any devices, so it should partly remove the desire to avoid Hotmail.
You can now sign-up for a free Outlook.com e-Mail account. HURRY UP! Microsoft is transitioning its Hotmail users to Outlook.com, the company’s new web-based e-mail service, and therefore opened e-mail sign ups.
Microsoft has announced on the Bing blog that users can now tag up to five friends in a search query. The feature is customary on Facebook where users can type in friends names when creating and event or uploading a photo, for example.
Microsoft’s acquisition of Skype still isn’t implemented in current software, and the company isn’t commenting on rumors claiming calls be monitored. The company simply said it trys to help with legal eavesdropping.
Microsoft has co-developed a HTML5-enabled shopping website, designed to bring a magazine focus to shopping websites. The shopping website is TheFind.com.
We have updated the release date for IE10. It looks like we will get the IE10 RTM very soonish.
Microsoft announced, last week, its first ever loss for Q2 2012. While Xbox Live continues to grow, Microsoft suffered from effectively wasting $6.2 billion for its acquisition of aQuantative.