The Redmond giant is secretly looking into enterprise level micro-blogging. Microsoft’s expanding business services will soon (probably) include a Twitter-like application that business users can use to “post their thoughts, activities”. Atleast as per a recent Office Labs blog post that is what it indicates. The application may be called OfficeTalk, but we are not yet sure.
If you were betting on Windows Mobile 7 but the idea of not having “copy-paste” broke your faith, then here’s some good news. As per someone “close to the den” the plan was always to include the feature, but the company had to eliminate that from the initial launch, to fulfill the 2010 launch target. As per a trusted source, Microsoft does plan to put this feature, which will eventually come as an ‘update’.
Microsoft shows off Netflix app for the Windows Mobile 7 Series, streaming movies for mobile now has a future
Things look good for Windows Mobile 7 Series. One of the apps that Microsoft was showing off at the MIX10 was the Netflix mobile application. As per Engadget, this app seems to feature “Watch Instantly”. Live streaming of movies/TV programs is just one of the key features of Windows Mobile 7. Thanks to Microsoft’s much publicized Silverlight technology which makes all this possible.
Some of you may have already noticed the new spartan looks of MSN. Starting today, the Microsoft will begin rolling this new version of the portal to its U.S. based audience. The roll out will be complete for all its 100 million viewers over the next few weeks. Microsoft claims that the new look is based on the feedback from over 70,000 customers.