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Microsoft SkyDrive will soon turn into OneDrive

Microsoft SkyDrive will soon turn into OneDrive

After a dispute over the SkyDrive name, Microsoft has announced that its cloud storage solution will soon become OneDrive.


Microsoft Windows 'Threshold' to be Windows 9, due 2015

Microsoft Windows 'Threshold' to be Windows 9, due 2015

Microsoft is expected to reveal details of Windows 9 at its Build conference in April this year, with an expected release in April 2015.


Microsoft releases automated VideoLoops video-to-GIF creator

Microsoft releases automated VideoLoops video-to-GIF creator

You can now turn a short video into a smooth, looping GIF thanks to some nifty Microsoft software released a few days ago. VideoLoops analyses video patterns and breaks up frames to create a perfec...


Microsoft hits the reorg button

Microsoft hits the reorg button

Microsoft has unveiled its latest cross-company reorganisation; this one is designed to create a mean, lean, Microsoft machine.


Microsoft will reportedly unveil major restructuring Thursday

Microsoft will reportedly unveil major restructuring Thursday

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is expected to announce dramatic restructuring around services and hardware this week.


Microsoft goes public with Windows 8.1 upgrade policies

Microsoft goes public with Windows 8.1 upgrade policies

Microsoft is sharing more on how existing Windows 8 and Windows RT users will be able to upgrade to Windows 8.1 "Blue" preview and final.


Windows 8.1 revealed in new Microsoft video

Windows 8.1 revealed in new Microsoft video

A video tour of Microsoft's upcoming update shines a light on improvements to the Start screen, the search tool and more.


Microsoft's harsh anti-Google ad 'leaks' onto YouTube

Microsoft's harsh anti-Google ad 'leaks' onto YouTube

A strong anti-Google ad intended only for internal laughs at Microsoft has mysteriously leaked onto YouTube during Google I/O.


Microsoft responds to 'extreme' Windows 8 criticism

Microsoft responds to 'extreme' Windows 8 criticism

Microsoft has posted a rebuttal to the mounting attacks on the company and Windows 8.


Microsoft rolling out two-factor authentication

Microsoft rolling out two-factor authentication

Microsoft is joining the two-factor authentication ranks, adding support for this security mechanism across products and services accessible via a Microsoft Account.


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