There is no end to the updates for Windows Live published in recent times. The sign-in screen to the Live web services got updated too. It now focuses on single accounts only.
The Windows Live team has published an instant update for the web file storage Windows Live SkyDrive. Modern browsers and HTML5 make SkyDrive faster, easier to navigate, and more beautiful for viewing photos.
As previously announced, the Windows Live Events web service is retiring. After 31 May 2010, you will not be able to access any data stored within Events.
“Alerts delivers the latest information that’s important to you,” claims Microsoft. But can Windows Live Alerts still compete with RSS feeds, social network status updates, tweets and all other real-time news?
I am really disappointed. I spent the past 3 hours on figuring out how to get the display picture from a user that is signed in with Windows Live Delegated Authentication.
“Windows Live Personalised Experience”—this is what Wikipedia calls my.live.com, the successor of start.com. This service allowed you to put together your own home page with gadgets and other stuff to get you a home on the Web. Much like iGoogle, to be honest. Frozen project, it seems. Dead project? Let’s
„Schön dass du da bist!“ « Bienvenue chez moi ! » “¡Bienvenido en mi sitio web!” If you are running a non-English website, you will be glad to hear that it is now possible to use the Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit in your own language; over 40 languages are
Keiji Kanazawa just announced an update to the Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit. He states: With this update, The Messenger Web Toolkit UI Controls should work better in IE6 We have changed the sign in text from “IM Here” to “Sign In” to make it more clear what it does
Since yesterday, the list of Web Activity providers available for integration into your Windows Live Profile has been extended. Major providers have been added, some of them had been announced back in January. Here are some of the most interesting updated bits: Facebook is now a Web Activity provider (Add
From what I have seen from the MIX09 web conference until today, there is quite a big interest in the Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit and its features. Adding Messenger to your own website kind of amazes people and thus the interest in being able to do that is quite