Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft’

Thank You Bill Gates for everything

On Friday Bill Gates stepped away from his daily duties at Microsoft, who he founded at age 19 to devote his time to philanthropic work. He still is Microsoft’s chairman and largest shareholder but Friday was his last day as a full time worker, thus marking the unofficial end of his long journey. And such […]

Microsoft Worldwide Telescope launched

In the previous post, i talked about Microsoft’s plan to launch the World wide Telescope project by the end of may. Now it has been released by Microsoft in ‘beta’. It’s a free tool that allows users to explore the images of the sky at night. If you are looking to try it, i suggest […]

Microsoft Worldwide Telescope project to be launched by end of May

One of the things which i enjoy doing with my computer is gazing at the sky through the use of Google Sky. Now Microsoft is also planning to release its Worldwide Telescope project by the end of this month. Worldwide Telescope is a free tool that allows users to view the images of the sky […]

Microsoft Office Live Workspace now Live

A few month ago, we talked about Microsoft Office Live Workspace, a sort of an online extension of Microsoft office similar to Google Docs. At that time, the service was not live but now, Microsoft has announced the worldwide availability of Microsoft Office Live Workspace beta. The service allows users to share there documents by […]

Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 launched

A few backs Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 was in talks as it had passed the ACID 2 test. Now it looks like the Browser has hit the beta 1 milestone. Microsoft sent out a letter to some selected beta testers offering them a chance to try out the technical preview of Internet Explorer 8 beta […]