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Windows Phone 7: App store, free dev tools and Silverlight all in the Mix10

Windows Phone 7 is courting developers at the Mix10 conference in Las Vegas, giving us a glimpse of the apps we can expect to see on WinPhev phones later this year

By March 16, 2010

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Microsoft's IE9 look leaks to the Web

Although the company has been tight-lipped about how its next browser will look and act, Microsoft's Russian subsidiary appears to have spilled the beans.

By August 25, 2010

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Windows Phone 7 Marketplace copies App Store, bans porn

Microsoft has unveiled guidelines for developers submitting apps to the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace -- and they're rather familiar

By June 8, 2010

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James Hamilton on cloud economies of scale

The Amazon.com vice president and distinguished engineer gives what may be a hallmark presentation on the economics of scale in data centers.

By April 28, 2010

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Microsoft: IE9 won't run on XP

At a press conference at the Mix10 event, Microsoft doesn't say when the new browser will ship, but when it does, it won't run on Windows XP.

By March 16, 2010

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Live blog: IE9 gets in the Mix

At its Mix10 trade show on Tuesday, Microsoft is talking about the next version of the browser, among other topics. CNET's Ina Fried has live coverage.

By March 16, 2010

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Microsoft hopes Bing users pick up the tab

The software maker is testing a series of changes aimed at getting users to click more frequently on the kinds of specialized results pages it is able to offer.

By March 25, 2010

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Microsoft, Google eye Twitter-like services for work

After testing microblogging services within their own walls, the two giants see broader opportunities in giving companies their own internal Twitters.

By March 23, 2010

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Windows Phone emulator unlocked

The Windows Phone 7 emulator released at Mix this week had a fair bit of Microsoft's stuff hidden, but one developer managed to jimmy his way in.

By March 19, 2010

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Behind Bing's blue links

It turns out there's a reason why Microsoft went with the shade of blue it did for links on its search engine--an $80 million reason.

By March 17, 2010