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live.com

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Start-page smackdown: Netvibes, Pageflakes, iGoogle and Live.com

Want to create your own homepage? We put four personalised start pages through their paces and rank them according to looks, features and performance.

By March 3, 2008

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Live.com e-mail addresses up for grabs

News.com's Ina Fried just grabbed two of her favorites. Who do you want to be @live.com?

By November 6, 2007

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Microsoft overhauls Live.com search page

The software maker is in the midst of a major revamp to its search product. Over the coming weeks, the company will make more changes, including to the engine itself. Whether the changes add up to more eyeballs is an open question.

By September 18, 2007

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Microsoft adds e-mail, IM to Live.com

New Live.com-branded service provides domain name holders with e-mail, IM and access to MSN services.

By November 21, 2005

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Microsoft curbs Wi-Fi location database

The company restricts access to a Live.com geolocation tool linking Wi-Fi devices with locations after a CNET article draws attention to privacy concerns.

By August 1, 2011

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Is Microsoft spamming websites to boost its numbers?

Microsoft may be trying to juice its Live.com business

By July 7, 2008

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Employee data posted on Living.com yanked after complaints

The trustee handling the company's bankruptcy reverses herself, removing documents posted on the e-tailer's Web site that revealed employees' salaries and customer data.

By October 20, 2000

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Texas officials, Living.com reach settlement on privacy

The state of Texas and the failed Web furniture store reach quick agreement after the state sued the company to prevent it from selling customer information.

By September 25, 2000

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Has death knell sounded for Living.com?

The online home furnishings store financed by online e-tail giant Amazon also lays off 275 employees and says it will file for bankruptcy.

August 15, 2000

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Living.com lays off 50 to cut costs

The company, which is backed by Amazon, lays off 13 percent of its staff, becoming the latest e-commerce site to consolidate.

May 23, 2000