Microsoft has been promising Skype calling inside of Outlook.com ever since it began switching people over from Hotmail. Today, that becomes a reality for a lot of people.
New documents reveal the government has tripled its Skype communications collection.
A year ago UpTo was going to be the social network that lives in your calendar. Today, with 250,000 downloads, a million events, and a $2M series A round under his belt, CEO Greg Schwartz realizes that a modernized calendar is a big enough vision on its own, thank you very much.
Microsoft’s anti-Google TV ads are on their way out. Thank goodness.
Microsoft really wants its Outlook.com email app to pick up new users. Its solution? Attack the hell out of Google’s incredibly popular Gmail service.
Banking on speed and simplicity, file-sharing service Ge.tt is now calling your favorite email service home.
Microsoft has opened its new Office Store, an app marketplace aimed at adding new capabilities to Office and Office 365 apps.
Guest Post Microsoft’s new Outlook.com mail service may finally drive some much-needed innovation in email. (Disclosure: I have Microsoft stock from my time as an employee there.)
Microsoft’s Hotmail service is still popular with more than 325 million monthly active users, but the company has decided the Hotmail brand must die in favor of something without as many negative connotations. Here comes Outlook.
WatchDox, a file sharing service for highly sensitive documents, announced it has raised $9 million in its latest round of funding.
Social email service Xobni just announced the launch of what it’s calling the Xobni Gadget Platform and Store, which will bring services like Dropbox and Evernote into Microsoft Outlook.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) announced this morning that it has acquired Tungle.me, a calendar scheduling application, for an undisclosed sum of money.
Xobni, which provides users with a customized version of Microsoft Outlook with advanced search options, announced today it is launching a new line of plugins for Microsoft Outlook users that will let them see previews of images, videos and other information feeds from Flickr, Yelp, Huddle and YouTube without leaving their email inbox.
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