November, 2010

Last week we told you about certain limitations with the full-session SSL feature for Hotmail, and told you that it will be coming very soon. Well, today, thanks to a tip from John S., we were told that the new …

While we know that Microsoft Live Labs was shuttered almost a month ago – and the team was “transitioned” into Bing, it appears that not all the incubation projects went under Bing’s control (and it would make sense not to). …

Xbox Kinect is now available in the US – and soon, around the world. At Windows Live they are very excited about this because it gives our more than 300 million Messenger users worldwide a new way to stay connected …

imageThe Windows Phone 7 Marketplace is now open to all to submit your apps. Developers can do so at App Hub.

App Hub is the website created just for Windows Phone and Xbox LIVE Indie Games developers that provides …

Earlier last month, Bing and Facebook announced a new partnership which brings new social search features into Bing based on an individual’s Facebook network. Today, Microsoft announced that this feature is now officially available to all US users (if you’re …

It started with a post this morning on the Bing Maps blog (well really started last night when Bing Maps developers were alerted to the upcoming changes via email): an announcement on the end of Bing Maps 3D, and an …

Microsoft announced today a new feature for Hotmail, called EASI ID, allowing you to set up your favorite email address to use Hotmail and get the benefits of features like Sweep, or sending 10GB of (50MB each) pictures in one …

LiveSide reader Alex alerted us to a problem with Windows Live Calendar that apparently started within the last 24 hours or so, where users have found all their Calendar appointments for most of the month of November and the early …