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Leaving Microsoft … words we keep hearing from Redmond; as of late!

The latest to leave Microsoft, Microsoft Windows Vice President Brad Brooks marks the third high profile employee to announce their departure from Microsoft this year. With us, only 20 days into the new year does this mean bad for Microsoft?

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The Microsoft Numbers of 2010

Microsoft today released some numbers and statistics highlighting the performance of Xbox & Kinect for Xbox 360 , Windows Phone 7 and Windows 7!

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Director’s Cut by Steve Clayton – Next at Microsoft

Quietly, Microsoft managed to kick off a new site, a blog by the forever ‘storyteller’ (Yes, that’s the official title too!) – Steve Clayton, who moved to Redmond from UK earlier this year.

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Microsoft Technologies that rocked 2010

Cool & Innovative are the two words that describe the Microsoft technologies that hit the Indian market in 2010. Be it Realtime search or bringing Microsoft Office to consumers through cloud computing, gaming without any controllers or  web cameras that […]

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Computer Weekly’s IT Blog Awards 2010

Computer Weekly’s search for the best blogs in IT is back for its third year, and the 2010 competition, brought to you in association with IBM.

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TGDaily spews venom, gets into the anti-Microsoft mode!

There was a time when TGDaily gave balanced views about technologies. But now all that seems to have been changed! TGDaily, a tech site apparently has a new staff writer that has been going off about  Microsoft in a very […]

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Microsoft TownHall Announced

Today at the Politics Online Conference in Washington, D.C. Microsoft launched TownHall, a new Windows Azure-hosted engagement platform that fosters, moderates and houses conversations between groups.

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Windows veteran Mike Nash to leave Microsoft

A couple of weeks after Windows Senior Vice President Bill Veghte decided to leave Microsoft, another Windows marketing veteran Mike Nash is doing the same.

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SmartSaverGuide from Microsoft

Microsoft has released a new guide aimed at businesses to succeed in the current recession. 

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13 cents from Microsoft.

Microsoft Corp. today announced that its board of directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.13 per share. The dividend is payable Sept. 10, 2009, to shareholders of record on Aug. 20, 2009. The ex-dividend date will be Aug. 18, 2009.