Microsoft Ventures

Microsoft Ventures in India has announced the launch of JumpStart, a hotline to provide startups and entrepreneurs with a resource to ask business and technical questions.

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Windows 8.1 Update: Mouse Users Now Welcome to Use Windows 8.1

Many of the changes made in Windows 8.1 Update are directly for simplifying mouse users’ lives in Windows 8.1.

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//build 2014: One Windows Vision Coming Together For Microsoft

At //build/, Microsoft made key announcements to get closer to realizing their vision of “One Windows”, hoping to increase developer interest in Windows.

Read More Google chat now supports chatting with your Google friends “natively”, making it easier to switch from GMail to

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Xbox One

Can Microsoft appeal to non-gamers and not alienate the gamers to make Xbox One the go-to device for the living room?

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SkyDrive Timeline View

SkyDrive has several updates, including a new timeline view of photos you have all across your SkyDrive.

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The much-anticipated Xbox v.Next is going to be revealed at Microsoft campus on May 21. #XboxReveal event will be streamed live.

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Set up 2-step verification for Microsoft account

Microsoft has finally enabled 2-step verification for their Microsoft account across all properties.

Read More Android app contetxtual menu

Microsoft has updated their Android app for – it is beautiful and a must-have!

Read More Metro Calendar

After a very long wait, Calendar is finally Metro-ized.

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SkyDrive app on iOS is finally updated, paving the way for Office on iPad maybe?

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Microsoft has recently kicked off an incentive program for developers, offering cash for apps. But, as a result, quantity is being largely favored over quality.

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outlook-com is now live. There is much to like in the service, but a long way to catch up with GMail on feature set.

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Microsoft Office 2013 is now available for the general public, with the biggest change being not in the product itself, but in how it is sold.

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Microsoft’s antivirus product, Microsoft Security Essentials has once again failed AV-Test’s criteria for Certification. MSE was able to garner a score of 10 out of a possible 18, while a score of at least 11 was needed to obtain the certification.

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