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Ozzie puts his own spin on 'ThinkWeek'

Microsoft's chief software architect has adapted a creative exercise started at the company by Bill Gates. He calls it "white space," preferring dreaming to thinking.

By July 28, 2008

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Microsoft's server boss talks Azure and more (Q&A)

In an interview, division president Bob Muglia outlines new changes to the cloud operating system as well as discussing upcoming server products, the impact of Ray Ozzie's departure, and other topics.

By October 29, 2010

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Microsoft introduces 'Starter' version of Office

The new ad-supported, limited feature version of Office will come preloaded on certain new PCs. The replacement for Microsoft Works is one of several new ways Microsoft is trying to create new customers for its productivity suite.

By October 8, 2009

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Microsoft creates social computing sandbox

Software maker has set up a new lab under Ray Ozzie, to be headed by longtime Microsoft researcher Lili Cheng.

By October 8, 2009

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How Intuit managed to hold off Microsoft

Scott Cook was one of the first executives to go head-to-head on Redmond's home turf and live to tell about it.

By June 11, 2009

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Ray Ozzie's cloud hangs over the Valley

During a talk in Palo Alto, Calif., Microsoft's chief software architect discusses the impact cloud computing will have on the tech industry.

By June 4, 2009

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CNET News Daily Podcast: More DRM blues around digital music

More DRM blues around digital music. MobileMe: improving but still not perfect. Gauging the odds for the latest Google wannabe.

By July 28, 2008

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Week in review: Sony's sour note

Sony BMG finds itself singing the blues this week, after copy protection on many of its CDs struck a sour note on fans' PCs.

By November 18, 2005

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Microsoft eyes making desktop apps free

Documents show some insiders are questioning whether existing software should be supported by ads, CNET News.com has learned.

By November 14, 2005

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Microsoft eyes ads as consumers close wallets

Software giant gets only about $2 for each copy of Works on new PCs, and there is no money in Money, CNET News.com has learned.

By November 16, 2005