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Replacing Outlook With Gmail

After being a huge fan of Outlook for many years, I am ready to see if replacing Outlook with Gmail is truly possible, without losing my favorite features. With friends and colleagues swearing that once I become accustomed to using Gmail that I will never go back, it seems worth a try. Actually, they have been trying to convince me to …

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MSN Integrates Pandora into New MSN Radio

Without much fuss or hype, Microsoft quietly launched a version of MSN Radio which is powered by Pandora.  This is an attempted effort by Microsft to keep up in the highly competitive online streaming music business. This new deal could potentially introduce millions of new users to Pandora, giving MSN a better shot at taking on their rivals and taking …

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Microsoft new AV client now in beta stage

Microsoft on Tuesday will take a step toward competing with McAfee and Symantec in the enterprise security market by releasing a beta version of its Forefront Client Security desktop software. The antivirus software has been in limited testing with several hundred Microsoft customers for months now, but as of Tuesday it will be widely available to testers who want an …

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Vista RTM about to be finalized

Many sources confirmed this weekend that Microsoft is set to finalize Windows Vista as early as Monday and release the product to manufacturing. The final build number is expected to be 6000.16386.061101-2205. In its quest to finalize Windows Vista, Microsoft has faced two hurdles in recent days, one technical and one a bit more unusual. The proposed final build was …

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Microsoft To Deliver TV Over Internet Within Year

Microsoft Corp.’s decade-long push into television is notable for false starts, bold promises and failed investments, but the company hopes to finally move into the living room this year with a service delivered over high-speed Internet networks. The success or failure of Microsoft’s Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) initiative could determine the fortunes of a number of telephone companies betting billions …

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