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.
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."
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.
Google will start selling e-books, Microsoft launches Spindex for your social networks, and what happens when you open source a robot.