Microsoft announced today on its E3 Press Conference that Facebook, Twitter and Last.fm integration will be brought to the Xbox 360 dashboard. Tweeting will be easy as nothing from your Xbox. You can now view photos, make friends, and otherwise interact on Facebook directly from the game console. With Facebook
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!
What’s the site where you get Windows Live news first? — Probably your answer is “LiveSide”, and that has its reason. I had an interesting discussion with Kip Kniskern, who is one of the authors at LiveSide.net. mynetx: Please tell me a bit about yourself. Is your life directly or
Are you getting Error 810003c1: “We were unable to sign you in to the .NET Messenger Service” when trying to sign in to Messenger recently? Microsoft has cut off several countries from using Messenger, countries that are embargoed by the United States. These are: Cuba, Syria, Iran, Sudan and North
Another great member of the Messenger community, who has been there for quite long, is Dane. Are you interested in his ideas for Windows Live? Let’s see. mynetx: Nice that you got some minutes to talk about Windows Live and You. To get started, please describe yourself and your connection
This time I spoke with a member of the Windows Live Community about his thoughts and ideas. Many of you might know Jonathan Kay as a helpful Messenger expert. mynetx: Nice to see you! Windows Live and You—that includes some personal questions as well. You could start with describing yourself
If you are running Messenger quite frequently, perhaps even permanently, the rather big Messenger icon in the “normal” taskbar might get into your way rather quickly. How would it be to force Messenger to act like in previous versions of Windows—that is, to “minimize to tray”? Here is how you can.
Today I’m presenting you someone with a special relation to Windows Live. I had the privilege to talk with Frank Mänz, Product Manager of the Windows Live Online Services Group in Germany about his personal experiences and opinion regarding Windows Live. mynetx: Nice that you are taking some time to
Heute stelle ich euch jemand mit einem besonderen Bezug zu Windows Live vor. Ich hatte das Vorrecht, mit Frank Mänz, Produkt-Manager der Windows Live Online Services Group Germany, über seine persönlichen Erfahrungen und seine Meinung zu Windows Live zu sprechen. mynetx: Schön, dass du dir ein wenig Zeit nimmst um
Because I am bothering my co-workers and friends with my interviews, Bram Lancsweert (see his interview) thought that it was time to ask me about my connection to Windows Live. Bram: Nice that you got some minutes to talk with me about Windows Live and You. To get started, please