Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer and Adobe’s CEO Shantanu Narayen yesterday held a meeting behind closed doors at the Adobe CEO’s office. The meeting which lasted for over an hour has been speculated to have covered a range of topics including Apple and […]
Microsoft Security Essentials was made generally available to the public exactly one year back today. It now has over 30 million customers in 74 different countries around the world enjoying the trusted security and quiet protection that Microsoft Security Essentials […]
Microsoft India, in association with Times of India and Lodestar Universal has launched a security campaign to help computer users identify threats to their systems and to make their computer networks more secure using Genuine Windows 7 and Microsoft Security […]
Microsoft has launched a new webcam, LifeCam Studio, featuring sharp high-definition (HD) video with a true 1080p sensor1. Microsoft’s newest LifeCam is the perfect complement to Windows Live Messenger 2011, which will offer HD video calling in a 16:9 widescreen […]
There is an increasingly critical national conversation developing around the state of education in the United States. This conversation is happening at all levels of American life, from the White House to the local school district.
Microsoft today unveiled the Arc Touch Mouse, the first mouse designed to flatten for portability and pop up for comfort. The new mouse features Microsoft’s first touch scroll strip for easy navigation. Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Windows-based PC users will […]
Have your kids ever asked you a question for a school paper or homework that you wish you knew? Have you given an answer that you “think” you remember from your days in school, knowing that the information you were […]
It appears that Zynga has removed its hit game FarmVille from MSN Games, one of the bigger game portals around! This move is sure to disappoint many MSN Games users who enjoyed playing FarmVille! Zynga first added FarmVille to MSN […]
Apple and Microsoft the 2 biggies in the Software industry and well known arch rivals are always up to something to show how and why they are best in the business. Earlier you had the ‘I’m a Mac – I’m […]
Microsoft has just released the newly redesigned Accessibility Web site. You’ll notice some changes which make the site easier for visitors to find information about accessibility in Microsoft products. Interestingly, with the redesign, Microsoft has also illustrated that accessible Web design can also […]
Microsoft has launched Local Deals as part of MSN Local Edition which was introduced earlier this year with the complete MSN refresh. These localized deals through interactive online circulars are similar to the pamphlets and flyers that fall out of your newspaper.
Microsoft has launched Bytes by MSDN and Bytes by TechNet – a series of interviews with the brightest and the best amidst the developer and IT Pro community and Microsoft. Each interview shares tidbits on the latest technologies and announcements, providing you […]
The Microsoft Language Portal has been redesigned and made easier-to-use. This exercise has been carried out as a part of a wider effort to provide IT terminology for public download in an industry-recognized format.
Everyone knows what it feels like to insert a battery the wrong way. You put the batteries in and nothing happens, take out the batteries and maybe just maybe you can read the + or – sign embedded in the […]