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Microsoft Wants to Help Marketers Manage Messy Social Media

2009.09.26

Microsoft's new platform Looking Glass will pull in a variety of feeds from platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flickr and work with third-party data sources as well

 

 
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Microsoft Challenges Google With Bing Search Engine

2009.06.01

Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer unveiled the new service, called Bing, at a technology conference today in Carlsbad, California. The program will be available over the next several days, accompanied by the company’s first broad advertising campaign promoting a search engine.

 
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Microsoft buying Canadian online game company

2009.05.09

US computer software giant Microsoft announced plans on Thursday to buy BigPark Inc., an interactive online game company based in Vancouver.

 
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Microsoft Makes Moves in Mobile Market

2009.02.18

Microsoft Corp. signed a multiyear agreement for Windows Mobile to be included on devices from LG Electronics Inc. and introduced updated phone software in a bid to catch up with Apple Inc.’s popularity with consumers.

 

Microsofts Ballmer Done With Talks to Buy Yahoo

2008.11.23

Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer said all acquisition talks with Yahoo! Inc. are done,  even after Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang announced plans to step down.

 
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Microsofts new Windows Live aims to be hub for Web

2008.11.16

Microsoft aims to position Windows Live with its widely-used e-mail and messaging services as the hub for a growing number of Internet applications and incorporate new features similar to those found on popular social networks.

 
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Microsoft launches food-related website Delish

2008.10.05

As announced back in July, Hearst Magazines and MSN teamed up and have now launched a food-related website dubbed Delish. Delish.com