When you visit www.live.com these days, you get a notification banner within the Bing homepage: “Your access to the Bing homepage from live.com will stop soon.” What will we see at www.live.com in the future?
After a longer break, the summer edition of the series “Windows Live and You” is finally back. Today I will be talking with Lance Manasse, who lives in the United Kingdom and is also known by his nickname “Salem”. mynetx: Please tell me a bit about yourself. Is your life
Ever wanted to meet an unofficial Microsoft Evangelist? Sean Bradford is one of them, and he has some interesting points on Messenger and the other Windows Live products. mynetx: Wonderful that you take some minutes to talk with me about Windows Live and You. Please tell me a bit about
Bing is live. The team says: You probably didn’t wake up today expecting an entirely new search experience. But – Bing! – here it is. Why a new engine? Why just now? The way the world searches is changing. You want more than just information. You want knowledge that leads
Microsoft is renaming Live Search to “Bing” and launching it publicly from June 1 to June 3, 2009. Rather than being another search engine, it claims being a “decision engine” answering prominent questions you are interested in (read more). Along with the Bing website, there will be a Messenger Plus!
As you see already in my previous posts, Windows Live Wave 3 is rolling out. Now we get the official announcement that it happens… Today we’ve started releasing the first set of updates to our web services, and these will continue to roll out globally over the next 24 hours