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Microsoft girds for new battles

The software giant is ready to throw piles of dollars at new business efforts, particularly online services.

The Redmond, Wash., software maker gets ready to throw more of its billions of dollars at new business efforts, particularly its online services. Its researchers are also keeping busy.

Microsoft makes Massive bet on in-game ads

Software maker buys Massive, which serves up ads within games, to be key part of its online strategy.
May 4, 2006

Ballmer details MSN spending plans

Microsoft's CEO explains exactly how much his company will spend on beefing up its Internet services.
May 4, 2006

Gates: Microsoft will keep Google honest

Microsoft's chairman concedes mistakes, but promises that Microsoft's investment will enable them to catch rival.
May 3, 2006

Microsoft takes plunge with AdCenter

Software maker says it is now using its own ad-serving engine for all its U.S. search queries.
May 3, 2006

photo Microsoft chairman and Def Jam Recordings CEO among highlights of MSN's Strategic Account Summit in Redmond, Wash.
May 4, 2006

Microsoft ready to spend--but on what?

Ad execs gathering in Redmond may get a hint of the software maker's plans for an upcoming spending spree.
May 3, 2006

images Take a peek at screenshots of Microsoft's homegrown ad-delivery system.
May 3, 2006

Pushing the keyboard into the past

If you are going to use a cell phone to send e-mail, something has to be done about the keyboard.
May 3, 2006

blog Guests at Microsoft's MSN Strategic Account Summit don't mince words about the company's position in the online advertising battle.
May 3, 2006

Picturing a 10-gigapixel photo

Not getting the detail you want on your digital photographs? Maybe 10 billion pixels would help.
May 3, 2006

Microsoft to buy a stake in Yahoo?

A published report says that the software giant is mulling such a pact to compete against Google.
May 3, 2006

Redmond, Hollywood team to offer original Web shows

First deal for MSN Originals: An alliance with Ben Silverman, producer of "The Office" and "The Biggest Loser" on NBC.
The New York Times
May 3, 2006

blogma Lest there is any doubt, a memo by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer makes clear that the war between his company and Google is reaching new heights.
May 2, 2006

Gartner predicts longer Vista delay

Don't expect to see Windows Vista any sooner than the second quarter of 2007, says the research group.
May 2, 2006