Pulling Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, and other media-sharing services into one place, the service is currently in a limited private beta.
Longtime Redmond researcher talks about her new role leading Microsoft's social software project and some of the first fruits of her effort.
Google will sell e-books, but is that a good thing? There's definite potential is Microsoft's Spindex for social networking. And here's what I expect a household robot to accomplish.
The software company has taken down a site, socl.com, that some say is a social service that Microsoft has yet to unveil. For its part, the company says it's an internal design project that was "mistakenly published to the Web."