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Microsoft looks to improve its name game July 17, 2007 After years of being the butt of jokes for its convoluted product naming, the company wises up about appellations.Photos: Cool names, disappointing products
Ozzie's quiet revolution at Microsoft May 1, 2007 Chief software architect Ray Ozzie says nearly everything Microsoft does will include an online services component.Silverlight in action
Microsoft sheds light on Flash rival April 16, 2007 Looking to dethrone Adobe's Web video tool, Redmond to unveil a browser plug-in called Silverlight.Image: Microsoft's 'Silverlight' browser plug-in
DIY games for the Xbox December 11, 2006 Microsoft releases developer tools for creating Xbox games as part of a push to create a YouTube-equivalent for video gamers.
Microsoft: Vista is ready to roll November 8, 2006 The company says that it has finished Vista development, paving the way for the operating system's debut.
Video: Windows Vista RTM CNET editors' take
Gates sizes up the Web's next generation March 21, 2006 Microsoft's chairman says it's time to embrace new Web trends, from programmable sites to ad-funded hosted services. Video: Rebirth of the cool Video: Gates keynote at Mix '06
CES 2007: Computing January 10, 2007 Microsoft prepares to return to Vegas with another round of the tiny computers, and storage makers think big--and small.
Playing catch-up with Google November 21, 2006 newsmaker Steve Berkowitz, in charge of MSN and Windows Live, talks about what Microsoft has to do to make strides online.
Microsoft making better music? May 22, 2006 Software giant is pushing a coordinated approach to take on the iPod. Video: Windows Media Player 11 reviewed
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