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September 17th, 2007
Free Print Subscription of Microsoft Architecture Journal

The Architecture Journal is an independent platform for free thinkers and practitioners of IT architecture. New editions are issued quarterly with articles designed to offer perspective, share knowledge, and help you learn the discipline and pursue the art of IT architecture. How to Subscribe ? Click here to receive a free print version. Update The […]

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September 17th, 2007
Free Digital Editions of MSDN Magazine and Dr. Dobb’s Journal

Good news for IT professionals. The digital editions of MSDN Magazine and Dr. Dobb’s Journal can now be subscribed for free. MSDN magazine (Microsoft Journal for Developers) is the publication to read for comprehensive coverage of Microsoft development technologies, whereas Dr. Dobb’s Journal covers all practical technologies, languages, platforms, and tools.  Dr Dobb’s Journal has […]

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September 15th, 2007
Windows Live Messenger IM Control

Windows Live is working on a new feature of Windows Live Messenger dubbed as “Messenger IM Control”. At Mix UK, ScottIsAFul from liveside.net managed to get the first look of this new feature from Danny Thorpe and Angus Logan who are both very much involved with the Windows Live Platform. Here is a link of […]

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September 15th, 2007
Microsoft Gatineau – Free Web Analytics Tool

At the start of this year, stories started surfacing on the blogs about Microsoft’s free web analytics tool, codenamed Gatineaue which later on confirmed by Ian Thomas (Director at Microsoft Digital Advertising Solutions) on his blog. Gatineau is the name of the Canadian city where DeepMetrix ( Web Analytics Tool is based on this product) […]

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September 10th, 2007
Windows Live Translator

The Google-Microsoft battle is now one step ahead with the addition of new service called Windows Live Translator Beta, into the managed beta testing of Windows Live Suite. The service is very similar to Google Translate and Yahoo’s Babelfish (developed by Altavista in nineties). Windows Live Translator is powered by a French company called Systran […]

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July 12th, 2007
Windows Server 2008 to Launch with Visual Studio and SQL Server

Windows Server 2008, which was due to be released in the second half of 2007, is now going to be released on Feb 2008. Kevin Turner (Microsoft’s COO) announced during his keynote session at the Worldwide Partner Conference in Denver this week that Windows Server 2008 will be launched along with SQL Server 2008 and […]

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July 11th, 2007
Microsoft.com now running on Windows Server 2008 Beta 3

Microsoft has recently switched its main website, www.microsoft.com to Windows Server 2008 and Microsoft-IIS/7.0. Microsoft.com is the 5th most trafficked site in the world, 4th most in the US. The site is supported by roughly 80 Web servers delivering content daily to around 287M unique users via +300k concurrent connections at a rate of over […]

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July 5th, 2007
LiveStation Beta – Interactive Live TV on PC

Livestation, a project currently under development, is based on the technology developed by Microsoft Research team of Cambridge. The project is an effort of Skinkers with support from Microsoft Research team. LiveStation is currently in beta stage, but essentially the project is designed to enable users to watch live television on their machines. “Interactive live TV […]

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