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Translate quick and easy with Microsoft Translator on Apple Watch

Microsoft Translator has now been added to Apple Watch which can now help translating in a click

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Microsoft adds Skype for Web Browsers

All that you would need is a browser if you are on the move and in need to chat or make a client call. Microsoft on Friday released a beta version of Skype plugin for web browsers. This would mean you just need to install a plugin which would run on your browser and you […]

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Microsoft Partners with Dropbox for Storing Office 365 Docs Online

Microsoft now would provide Dropbox as an option in both its free and paid versions of Office Online . According to reports, currently 35 billion Office files are stored in Dropbox. With this vast amount of Office files online, partnering with Microsoft will certainly help both ways. Now Dropbox users can collaborate on documents with […]

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How to Change the Color of Hyperlink – PowerPoint 2007

There are two methods to change the color of the hyperlink text while working on MS PowerPoint. By following either of the methods mentioned below, you can change the color of the hyperlink text or at the most, match the color of the hyperlink text with the text that is present on a slide. Point […]

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Global Search Market grows by 46% in 2009

According to comScore, global search market increased by 46% in the last year alone with U.S. remaining the largest search market worldwide. There were more than 131 billion searches done from different places and by different age ranges. This would mean 4 billion searches per day, 175 million per hour and 29 million per minute. […]

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Microsoft Interop Days – Bangalore Dec 2009

Microsoft Interop Days was recently held in The Capitol, Bangalore. The event was attended by a large number of programmers, probably more than 200. Around 95% comprised of PHP programmers and the rest .NET programmers. Discussing with participants, I could find a mix of experience ranging from fresher’s to senior level PHP programmers, managers and […]

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Icahn Opposes Partial Sale of Yahoo

Remember the Billionaire Carl Icahn? The limelight he tried to capture with Microsoft support? Guys, his game is not yet over! Icahn has opposed to sell part of Yahoo to former AOL Chief Executive Jonathan Miller. How will he as he is been fed by Microsoft? (more…)

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Microsoft Sr. PM encourages Link Exchange

While Google has been repeatedly warning, penalizing and even banning websites which does Link Exchanges, it is quite strange to see Skip, Senior Product Manager for Office Live Small Business promote link exchange openly. On the MS Office Live blog, Skip openly propagates to go for link exchanges. He states, “If you want lots of […]

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Internet Explorer Unsafe for 284 days in 2006

May be I should have posted this a year ago. A report submitted by Brian Krebs in Washington Post shows that Internet Explorer was unsafe and prone to security issues 284 days in 2006. Surprisingly, Mozilla Firefox was on a security threat for just nine days in the year. The huge difference shows that Internet […]

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Microsoft Buys Ciao with its Yahoo Money

The Microsoft-Yahoo stage show is in a hiatus and Microsoft wants to spend the money. That’s how all seems like. Microsoft has acquired Greenfield Online, the owner of for a stunning $486 million. Ciao is a popular price comparison website on the European market. Microsoft’s long wait and dream to buy Yahoo failed early […]

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