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Microsoft unifies programs to boost startups

Microsoft is consolidating a number of its startup outreach programs into a single, new Microsoft Ventures unit.

By June 25, 2013


Windows 8: Ready, set, preorder

With two weeks to go before Windows 8 and Windows RT launch, Microsoft and partners are slowly opening the availability pipe. Check out the pricing.

By October 12, 2012


Microsoft to invest $500 million in youth outreach program

Microsoft introduces the YouthSpark philanthropy program, in which it's investing half a billion dollars over three years.

By September 20, 2012


Windows 8 app store now open to all developers

Microsoft's Windows Store -- the built-in app store for Windows 8 and Windows RT -- is fully open to developers as of today.

By September 11, 2012


Lifelens malaria app wins Microsoft 'Imagine Cup' grant

Microsoft announces that Team Lifelens of the U.S., a finalist in the 2011 Imagine Cup competition, has won a $75,000 grant.

By January 27, 2012


Startup America gets Microsoft, Google, HP support

More than 15 companies are kicking in a total of $400 million in money, services, and training for the White House-backed effort to help entrepreneurs get off the ground.

By April 20, 2011


Inside Microsoft's courtship of phone developers

In the second part of a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Windows Phone 7, CNET's Ina Fried looks at Microsoft's efforts to woo app makers.

By October 4, 2010


Microsoft WebsiteSpark tries to hit open source, mostly misses

Company launches program to attract Web developers, but it's going to need more than a low initial price tag to beat open source in Web development.

By September 24, 2009


Microsoft apps--only suckers pay retail

This story has been modified from the original. It now correctly states that Windows and Office software obtained through the Microsoft Action Pack may be used for business use, while the BizSpark software may only be used for development and testing.

By August 4, 2009


Microsoft apps--only suckers pay retail

Microsoft's retail prices? Ignore them. Plus, secret programs for tech companies.

By August 3, 2009