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  • Blog Post: Thoroughly modern email with Outlook.com

    Innovation has a funny way of stoking our desire for even more innovation, no matter how thrilled we are with the original product. Remember how amazing the concept of Hotmail initially was? Indeed, it was amazing at its 1996 launch, when there had never before been personal email addresses, independent...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 Touches Down in the US

    This month, Windows Phone 7 entered the United States marketplace, providing a new experience for smartphone users everywhere. Consumers are buzzing about the phone, which brings together the things that a user cares about most – easier and faster connections that create a different kind of smartphone...
  • Blog Post: Kodu Cup Challenges Children to Create Video Games

    Could video games be a learning experience for kids? You bet, especially if they are creating their own games! Today, Microsoft announced the launch of Microsoft Kodu Cup 2011 competition, inviting U.S. students ages 9 to 17 to design, build and submit their own video games. Kids can enter the competition...
  • Blog Post: Tech Fans Excited For New Costa Mesa Store Location

    Today, Microsoft opened the doors of its Costa Mesa retail store location for anxiously awaiting customers at the South Coast Plaza shopping center. As Orange County's second Microsoft Store, the Costa Mesa location continues Microsoft's commitment to building and maintaining a strong presence in Southern...
  • Blog Post: Unlocking the Beauty of the Web…X2

    Last September, Microsoft unveiled the beta version of Windows Internet Explorer 9 (Microsoft's most-downloaded browser beta of all time, with more than 40 million downloads). Well good news to all of you Web browsing junkies! Announced Monday at SXSW, the Web is now even more beautiful and immersive...