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Check out Windows Live Web Messenger

Windows Live™ Web Messenger lets you chat online with your friends and family using just a web browser! Windows Live users in Singapore now have their own standalone version of Windows Live Web Messenger. But you can try logging in […]

The Windows 7 Pride Contest

Are you proud user of Windows 7 or maybe a big fan of Windows® 7? Then you have a good shot at being nominated ‘Europe’s Proudest Windows® 7 Member’!

Add Google Talk & Twitter support to Windows Live Messenger

The first international version of BuddyFuse has been released. BuddyFuse, is a free extension for Windows Live Messenger, which seamlessly integrates chat and social networks into the world’s most widely used instant messaging client. BuddyFuse currently enhances Windows Live Messenger […]

History of Windows & Internet Explorer

Over the past two decades, Microsoft Windows products have evolved from a single, one-size-fits-all desktop operating system into a diverse family of operating systems and mobile technologies. Today, Windows products help people worldwide achieve their potential at work, home, and […]

Google Wave & Google Chrome Frame

Google Wave is a new product that is going to hit the web by the end of this year. Google Wave is a personal communication & collabaration tool that will change the way you communicate with friends.

Mozilla Firefox Campus Representative Program

In case you haven’t heard of it, the Mozilla Campus Representative Program, is an initiative of SpreadFirefox.com movement. The objective being very clear : Enlist young campus reps, spread the word about Firefox and increase its use. Mozilla Firefox Campus […]

Guess who Google wants you to Search with ?

Google wants you to search with Bing. Open Google.com . Type in search. Click the I’m Feeling Lucky button. What do you get !? Voila … Bing.com ! Going a little off-track … whats with the I’m Feeling Lucky button? Google […]

Enjoy Microsoft Bing … in a Soda can!

The Microsoft Bing team is currently offering Bing-branded Talking Rain carbonated beverages in cans in refrigerators on the Redmond campus, trying to increase awareness and usage of the search engine among employees, hoping that they’ll then help “evangelize” Bing to […]