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    Microsoft Mum on Seeing Green From Azure
Microsoft hasn't revealed yet how much its cloud services -- named Azure -- will cost customers and partners, but the company plans to reveal that information in the near future, an executive told financial analysts Wednesday. That disclosure came while
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    Microsoft Sees Opportunity in Mobile Phone Data Storage
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) will unveil a new service next week that will sync data between mobile phones and the Web, including backing up and restoring phone information. Microsoft's My Phone service will be discussed in greater detail at next week's
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    Microsoft Ties SharePoint to Enterprise Search
In a move to further penetrate the enterprise search market, Microsoft today unveiled FAST Search for SharePoint, which will offer high-end enterprise search capabilities in connection with its widely deployed SharePoint server. FAST Search is built on
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    Microsoft Caves to Users on Windows 7 Security
Windows 7's vaunted security is flawed. The good news is that, despite initial responses denying it, Microsoft announced today that it plans to deliver a comprehensive fix soon. After a week of denying that the default setting for Windows 7's User
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  1. Windows 7 Packaging Includes XP Upgrades
  2. Is a Windows 7 'Release Candidate' Near
  3. Microsoft's Tough Quarter Sinks Tech Stocks
  4. Microsoft Cuts Buildings to Spare Staff
  5. Will '7' Be Windows' Lucky Number
  6. Ballmer to CES: Windows 7 Beta Off and Running
  7. Windows 7 Beta On Tap for Ballmer's CES Keynote
  8. A Year of Change Ahead for Microsoft in 2009
  9. IE8 'Super-Standards' Aim for Site Compatibility
  10. Microsoft Puts an App on the iPhone
  11. Microsoft Admits IE Still Flawed
  12. Microsoft Plans Windows 7 Beta for Mid-January
  13. Microsoft Offers Free Security, Pulls Live OneCare
  14. Ballmer Upbeat on Plans, Quashes Talk of Yahoo Buy
  15. Microsoft Updates Best Practices for Developers
  16. Windows Server 2008's Enterprise Ambitions
  17. Windows Server to Hit 256-Core Support
  18. Microsoft Releases Visual Studio, .NET Betas
  19. Microsoft Office Apps for the Web Arrive
  20. What to Expect From Windows 7
  21. Microsoft Rushes Out Urgent Windows Fix
  22. Microsoft Loads Next Salvo Against VMware
  23. Microsoft Rates Patched Flaws by Exploitability
  24. Windows 7: It's Not Just a Codename Anymore
  25. Microsoft Shows Some Ankle With Visual Studio
  26. Is .NET on Linux Finally Ready
  27. It's Official: Windows 7 at PDC, WinHEC
  28. Microsoft: There's More to Life Than Search
  29. 'Four Major Pushes' With Visual Studio 10
  30. Windows 7 Looking Like a June 2009 Delivery
  31. Microsoft, Novell Expand Linux Virtualization
  32. Microsoft Backtracks on Live Migration, Again
  33. Microsoft Pushes Digital IDs for Kids Online
  34. Google Chrome Won't Kill IE
  35. Microsoft's IE8 Beta Sports New UI Features
  36. Microsoft Blog Opens Windows to Version 7
  37. Microsoft Loads Up .NET, Visual Studio
  38. Patch Tuesday Targets 'Mammoth' Set of Flaws
  39. Microsoft Serves Up SQL 2008
  40. A Better View of Microsoft Security?
  41. More IT Shops Plan to Wait for Windows 7
  42. Microsoft to Keep Spending Big on Search
  43. Yahoo Buzz - It is official, Yahoo! Buzz is open
  44. Add Yahoo! Buzz button on Blogger Template
  45. Microsoft Tiptoes Ahead on Live Mesh
  46. Microsoft to Begin Pushing XP SP3 to Users
  47. Microsoft Server Bundles Almost Ready
  48. Microsoft Tries Annual Fee in New Office Bundle
  49. XP's 'Last Day' Less Final Than Gates
  50. Microsoft Jumps Into Virtualization Fray
  51. Is Vista Still a Flop With IT
  52. Microsoft Co-sponsoring Open Source 'Census'
  53. Microsoft Shakes Up Virtualization Arena
  54. Microsoft Aims to Make IE8 IT-Friendly
  55. Microsoft Hires CastleCop Founder for Spam Fight
  56. Tech-Ed: SQL Server 2008 Nearly Ready
  57. Search Me Microsoft Ships Search 4
  58. Meet Microsoft's New Embedded OS: Windows XP
  59. Tech-Ed 2008: Gates' Long Goodbye
  60. Will Hanging With HP Spread Microsoft's Search
  61. Microsoft's Ozzie Touts 'Cheap' Tech Revolution
  62. Windows 7 to Feature Multi-touch
  63. No New Kernel On Tap for Windows 7
  64. Microsoft Renews Low-Cost Supercomputing Pitch
  65. A Yahoo-Microsoft Deal: What Would It Look Like
  66. Gates Provides More Windows 7 Details
  67. Gates Sees Boom Ahead in Home, Business Touchscreens
  68. Microsoft's New Math on SMB Servers
  69. XP SP3 Glitch a 'Gotcha' For IE7 & 8
  70. Will Microsoft Stream Office to Users
  71. No XP Service Pack 3 for You Today
  72. Microsoft Details Its 'Mesh' Vision
  73. Windows XP SP3 Just Around The Corner
  74. Microsoft: Mesh Lives!
  75. SQL Server '05 Slated For Service Pack 3
  76. Get the Latest on XP SP3
  77. Does Windows Need an Extreme Makeover
  78. Microsoft Refreshes Visual C++, Ends VB 6 Support
  79. Microsoft Says Vista SP1 Glitch No More
  80. Is OOXML a Done Deal
  81. Open Source Firm Teams With Microsoft
  82. Windows XP Service Pack 3? Place Your Bets
  83. Hyper-V 'Release Candidate' Arrives
  84. It's Here: Vista Service Pack Debuts
  85. Microsoft's 'Windows 7' Gets Antitrust Checkup
  86. Microsoft Shows Off IE8, Developer Tools at Mix08
  87. Microsoft Bows to Web Standard Pressure
  88. Ballmer Delivers on Windows Server: Well, Mostly
  89. Microsoft Identifies Culprit in Hotmail Outage
  90. IE8 Beta Soon But Few Details Yet
  91. Coming Soon to a Developer Near You: Silverlight 2.0
  92. Microsoft Talks Up Yahoo Integration Plans
  93. Updates To .NET Could Boost Client Performance
  94. Microsoft Gives Students a Break With Free Software
  95. Microsoft 'Frees' Office Formats
  96. Microsoft Delivers a Plethora of Patches
  97. Microsoft Undeterred by Yahoo's Rejection
  98. Microsoft: How Does 'Free' Sound
  99. Visual Studio 2008 Now 'Generally Available'
  100. 2010 For Next Big Windows Release
  101. Microsoft: King of The Patent Hill
  102. Microsoft: We're Open (Source) For Business
  103. Internet Explorer 8 Tries New Compatibility Solution
  104. Microsoft Readies Virtualization Blitz
  105. Microsoft Looks To Extend Accessibility Push
  106. Another Microsoftie Bytes the Dust
  107. Spammers Hijack Microsoft's SkyDrive Service
  108. Microsoft to Office 2003 Users – 'Our Bad'
  109. A Kinder, Smoother 2008 For Microsoft
  110. Microsoft Looks To Extend Accessibility Push
  111. Another Microsoftie Bytes the Dust
  112. Spammers Hijack Microsoft's SkyDrive Service
  113. Microsoft to Office 2003 Users 'Our Bad'
  114. Internet Explorer 8 Passes the 'Acid2' Test
  115. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Ready for Download
  116. Microsoft Snatches Up Multimap
  117. Vista, XP Service Pack Changes Revealed
  118. Microsoft Mulls Modest Mobile-Ad Moves
  119. Free Vista, If Microsoft Looks Over Your Shoulder
  120. Near-final Vista Service Packs Arrive
  121. Vista SP1 to End Genuine Advantage 'Kill Switch'
  122. Nortel Bets on Microsoft NAP
  123. MSN: 'The Portal's Not Dead'
  124. 'Viridian' Becomes Hyper-V
  125. Microsoft Starts 'Authorized Refurbisher' Program
  126. Microsoft's 'Centro' Finally Gets a Name
  127. Visual Studio 2008 to Ship by Month's End
  128. Microsoft's Home Server Arrives -- Almost
  129. New Windows Server, IIS Takes a Modular Approach
  130. Microsoft Roadmap Leads to 'Oslo'
  131. Microsoft's 'Viridian' Gets Open Spec Promise
  132. A Microsoft Eye Toward Interoperability
  133. Microsoft Buys Facebook Stake
  134. Microsoft to Self: Get Back to Business
  135. States Seek Extension of Microsoft Antitrust Oversight
  136. Microsoft's Next Great Software Gambit
  137. Microsoft: The Open Source Company
  138. Windows Home Server Available for DIYers
  139. Microsoft Program to Help Give Startups a Start
  140. Microsoft's PerformancePoint Server Makes Deadline
  141. European Court to Microsoft: You Lose
  142. Microsoft Gets 'Live' With Services
  143. MS Office Formats Defeated in ISO 'Fast Track' Vote
  144. Microsoft Settles Eolas Suit
  145. Microsoft Readies First Vista Service Pack Beta
  146. Microsoft Finds Big Partners For Voice Compression
  147. Cisco, Microsoft Tout Benefits Of Cooperation
  148. Take 2 For Microsoft's 'White Space' Device
  149. Microsoft Researchers Demo Graphics Advances
  150. 'Vista Capable' Lawsuit Will Go Forward
  151. Judge Saves Microsoft $1.5B
  152. Microsoft Ships New SQL Server 2008 Preview
  153. Look Out 'Orcas,' Here Comes 'Rosario'
  154. Windows to Break the Billion PC Mark
  155. Microsoft Preps Web Analytics to Combat Google
  156. Visual Studio 2008 Hits Beta 2
  157. More Trouble for Office OpenXML
  158. Microsoft Reveals Research Roadmap
  159. Next Peek Arrives For Microsoft OneCare
  160. Microsoft Whacks Its Partner Pi?ata
  161. Microsoft 'RAPs' Something New For Office
  162. Massachusetts to OK Microsoft OpenXML Formats
  163. Windows Thorn Now on Microsoft's Side
  164. Mono Team Whips Up Silverlight For Linux
  165. Microsoft Talks Details - Not Vision - at TechEd
  166. Microsoft Schools TechEd on Web Conferencing
  167. Mainsoft Brings .NET 2.0 to Linux
  168. Bill & Steve Act More Friend Than Foe
  169. Microsoft Unveils 'Surface' Computing
  170. Microsoft's Server Roadmap Is Short For Now
  171. Gates on The Future of Our Digital Lives
  172. Few Surprises With Windows 'Longhorn' Server 2008
  173. Microsoft Viridian: Another Day, Another Delay
  174. Microsoft Makes Business Intelligence Push
  175. How Money, Emotion Mixed at Mix07
  176. Silverlight Does Not Mean Full .Net Support
  177. Supreme Court Sides With Microsoft
  178. Microsoft Shows Longhorn's Hooks
  179. Microsoft Expands And Unifies Security Efforts
  180. Microsoft to EC: Can't We Just Talk?
  181. Microsoft: We're 'in Full Compliance' With EU
  182. Microsoft's Open Standard in Global Hands
  183. Microsoft Wades Deeper Into Systems Management
  184. Vista Sales Better Than Expected
  185. Ballmer Pushes The Dynamic in SaaS
  186. Microsoft Speeds Toward Office Standard
  187. Not Quite Office on Demand For Microsoft
  188. Microsoft Makes a Play Date
  189. Gates: Swing Open The Talent Door
  190. Microsoft's Ozzie on Web's Promise, Limits
  191. Microsoft's Long And Winding MP3 Case
  192. Jury: Microsoft Owes Alcatel-Lucent $1.52B
  193. Microsoft, AT&T Make Supreme Court Pitches
  194. Microsoft Introduces First Sample SaaS Code
  195. Microsoft's New Standard Stumbles
  196. Could Vista Save Dell?
  197. Vista's Hello; Gates' Last Hurrah?
  198. Microsoft: Vista Is Just the Beginning
  199. Sales Up, Profit Off: Microsoft Looks to Vista
  200. Vista Service Pack Already In The Works
  201. Microsoft Goes From Home to Work to Home Again
  202. Gates Talks Interconnected Future (Courtesy of Microsoft)
  203. Vista Exploit Looking For Achilles' Heel
  204. Redmond's Really Big Year
  205. Microsoft 'Firm But Fair' on Piracy
  206. Microsoft to Patch Visual Studio For Vista
  207. Redmond's Really Big Year
  208. Microsoft 'Firm But Fair' on Piracy
  209. Microsoft to Patch Visual Studio For Vista
  210. Is Vista The Last of Windows?
  211. Microsoft Launches Robotics Developer Kit
  212. Microsoft Office Open XML Sparks Standards Fight
  213. Microsoft Betas Book Search
  214. Microsoft's New Web Developer Suite
  215. Vista's Day Has Come
  216. Microsoft Revises Controversial WGA
  217. Microsoft Broadens SQL Server Line
  218. Sprint Takes Microsoft Up on Local Search Offer
  219. Microsoft, Rivals Team on Interop Effort
  220. Microsoft Is The Underdog in Browser Wars 2.0
  221. Microsoft Makes Starting a SaaS Project Easier
  222. Microsoft Virtual Earth in the Round
  223. Vista Wait to End With November
  224. Microsoft Likes (Novell) Linux
  225. Microsoft Brings Office 'Live' on Nov. 15
  226. Vista's PatchGuard Bypassed?
  227. Holiday PC Buyers to Get Vista Coupons
  228. Microsoft Gives Away Sender ID
  229. Microsoft Planning Life After IE7
  230. Microsoft Solid, Not Dominant in Security
  231. Microsoft's 'Click to Run' Software Bone
  232. Vista to Downgrade Pirates
  233. Microsoft Bags Desktop Management Outfit
  234. Microsoft Makes Unified Ad Pitch
  235. Microsoft, Google Tread Water Abroad
  236. PHP, Windows: Not an Oxymoron?
  237. U.S. Unprepared for Internet Attack Recovery
  238. Vista Faces 'Difficult Position' in Europe
  239. Microsoft Loses a 'Chairman'
  240. Microsoft Plugs 'Critical' Office Security Leak
  241. Microsoft Investigates Word 2000 Trojan
  242. FrontPage Replacement Out In Beta
  243. Microsoft Frees IronPython
  244. Vista RC1 A Major Improvement Over Beta 2
  245. Microsoft Creates An Application Terminator
  246. Microsoft Extends a Hand To Mozilla
  247. Microsoft Launches SaaS-Oriented Web Site
  248. Vista Outlook Not as Cloudy?
  249. Microsoft OneCare Jumps Out To A Big Start
  250. Microsoft Technology Makes Photos Feel 3D
  251. Microsoft: Noise Improves Search Results
  252. Microsoft Refreshes Windows Defender
  253. Microsoft Plants Another Flag on Spaces
  254. Microsoft Takes Plug-and-Play to ITC
  255. Microsoft, IBM Inject Life Into IT Management
  256. Experts discuss wireless vulnerability
  257. Apple debuts new computer, operating system
  258. Sony introduces Wi-Fi IM, music device
  259. AOL draws fire after releasing user search data
  260. Exoplanet's hidden star finally found
  261. Cyber-victims lose to online schemes
  262. Baby brains are hard-wired for math
  263. Wireless train hits rails in California
  264. Shuttle Atlantis hauled to launch pad
  265. Web search engines to fight click fraud
  266. McAfee security programs may expose data
  267. Nonprofit may run Boston Wi-Fi network
  268. Video game trade show to downsize
  269. Everything old is new again on Xbox Live
  270. Virtual cockpit view promises safer air travel
  271. What Will Microsoft Morph Behind Zune?
  272. Microsoft Exchange in Beta on Time
  273. New virus announced by CNN
  274. AOL poised to offer more free services
  275. Readers respond: Governing the Internet
  276. Online auction for Bonds' 715 ball under wa
  277. Microsoft confirms plan to take on Apple's iPod
  278. Microsoft vista to allow rival search engines
  279. The New Ad Game
  280. Hacker watchers pass on security secrets
  281. HP Labs touts tiny wireless data chip
  282. Japan plans 30-year supercomputer forecasts
  283. Solar-powered boat launched in London
  284. Online 'advergames' target kids
  285. Hack through Greek mythos with 'Titan'
  286. Yahoo, Microsoft IM Beta Joined at The Hip
  287. Microsoft Reaches Out to Branch Offices
  288. Microsoft to Appeal EC's Latest Fines
  289. Microsoft Set to Shake Up Music Player Market?
  290. Microsoft Backs Open Document Format
  291. Microsoft Rolls the 64-Bit Dice
  292. Third IE 7 Beta Has Layout Changes
  293. Microsoft Makes Slight Change to WGA Notification
  294. Microsoft's Answer To SourceForge Goes Live
  295. Microsoft Dials For Dollars
  296. Gates Steps Down
  297. Microsoft Forms Interoperability Advisory Council
  298. Stability Drives Sanity For Microsoft
  299. Microsoft Adapts With Interoperability
  300. Microsoft Makes Security The 'ForeFront'
  301. More Bits For Vista Enthusiasts
  302. Windows Is Still More Reliable than Linux On The Server
  303. Microsoft to Take Third Shot at IE 7 Beta
  304. Visual Studio Adds Database Developer Support
  305. Mainsoft Offers .Net Support for WebSphere
  306. Ballmer Hints At Another Vista Delay
  307. Microsoft Strengthens Virtualization Strategy
  308. Gates: Info Glut Killing Businesses
  309. Adieu FrontPage, Hello Expression
  310. Microsoft Releases Public Beta of Live Messenger
  311. Security, The Microsoft Way
  312. Thanks to Microsoft, This Ad's For You
  313. Microsoft Preps Faster Web Searches
  314. Microsoft Accused of Hijacking Interoperability
  315. Microsoft Expands Software Management
  316. Microsoft Into Social Networking, Too
  317. IE7 Beta 2 Out of Preview
  318. SQL Server Gets a Service Pack
  319. Microsoft Dodges Class Action Bullet
  320. Microsoft Refreshes Windows Defender
  321. IE 7 Is 'Layout Complete'
  322. Microsoft Searching in Academia
  323. Microsoft Patches IE, Windows, Office
  324. Microsoft Taking SQL Server to 'The Cloud'
  325. Microsoft's Open Source Olive Branch
  326. New Windows, Platforms Heads at Microsoft
  327. Windows Vista Release Delayed
  328. Microsoft Looks to Give Phishers The Hook
  329. Microsoft's Future in Voice
  330. Microsoft Display Ads Take Their Test
  331. Microsoft Plans Free Parental Monitor
  332. Microsoft Has a New Deal for Small Business
  333. Ask Jeeves bets on smart search
  334. Search wars hit desktop computers
  335. Microsoft seeks top search spot
  336. The year search became personal
  337. China close to being top spammer
  338. Microsoft Google battle heats up
  339. Search sites get closer to users
  340. Search wars hit desktop computers
  341. Linux Management Cheaper Than Windows?
  342. Microsoft Adds Some Sugar To Windows
  343. Microsoft's Security Valentines
  344. Microsoft Extends Embedded Indemnification
  345. Microsoft Warns on Windows, IE Flaws
  346. A Microsoft Price on Security
  347. Microsoft Issues Own Blackworm Warning
  348. Microsoft Source Code Thief Heads to Prison
  349. Microsoft Makes Big Internet Research Play
  350. Microsoft's Source Code Pledge Raises Questions
  351. Microsoft Takes Legal Aim Against Spyware
  352. Microsoft to License Windows Source Code
  353. Microsoft to Speak Out On EU Troubles
  354. Feds Slam Microsoft on Compliance
  355. Devs View Microsoft Vista Tools
  356. Microsoft Collab Tool Could Woo IBM Set
  357. Microsoft's FAT Patent Upheld
  358. Critical Patches Follow Windows WMF Trouble
  359. Microsoft Patches WMF Flaw Early
  360. Gates And The Digital Lifestyle
  361. Microsoft Readies WMF Patch
  362. Windows Metafile Exploit Could Spell Trouble
  363. Microsoft, Apple go Own Browser Ways
  364. Microsoft Releases Vista CTP
  365. Microsoft Taking 10 More to Task
  366. For Microsoft, Improvement is in the Exchange
  367. Microsoft: Real-Time Requires Open Systems
  368. Microsoft's To-Do List
  369. Microsoft to Appeal Another Antitrust Ruling
  370. Windows Server 2003 R2 Goes Gold
  371. Microsoft Plans 30 New R&D Centers
  372. Microsoft Stands by Vista Ship Dates
  373. Microsoft Enhances Hosting Platform
  374. Microsoft's BizTalk Beta in Phase 2
  375. Microsoft Wants Open XML as Doc Standard
  376. Microsoft Launches Free Hosted E-Mail
  377. Microsoft's Three-Pronged Phish Attack
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