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No Porn Allowed on Microsoft's SkyDrive Cloud

Microsoft won’t let users store porn files or video on its SkyDrive cloud service when its new Windows 8 OS and Windows 8 phone are launched this fall.

Microsoft Clamping Down on Porn-like App Development

Microsoft is making it perfectly clear — no porn-like apps for its Windows Phones.

Running Your Business in the Cloud

American Express and Microsoft recently teamed to find better ways for businesses to leverage one of the latest advances in computing and corporate technology: “The Cloud.”

Stephen Yagielowicz ·

Report Says Porn Most Popular Windows Phone Apps

The lack of 3rd party app development for Microsoft’s Windows Phones is making porn apps the device's go-to feature.

Microsoft Buys VideoSurf; Xbox LIVE, Bing, Expected Beneficiaries

Microsoft has announced its acquisition of California-based VideoSurf, in a move to acquire the video search and discovery company’s technology.

Windows XP Slips Below 50% of Market Share

For the first time, Windows XP operating system has fallen below 50 percent of the entire Windows global market share.

Microsoft Security Center Delivered Porn Links

After attackers poisoned search results with links to porn sites over the weekend, Microsoft disabled its search tool on its Safety and Security Center website.

Report: Windows Phone to Overtake iOS by 2015

Windows Phone 7 (WP7) is expected to grab the No. 2 spot behind Android in the lead for smartphones by 2015.

Facebook, Microsoft Team to Find Child Porn Online

Facebook is teaming up with Microsoft and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to scan for child porn online and images of missing children.

Internet Explorer 10 Drops Vista

Microsoft revealed this week that the next Internet Explorer will not run on any OS before Windows 7, including Vista.

Bing Grabs 30% of All U.S. Searches

Microsoft’s search engine Bing grabbed 30 percent of all U.S. searches in March, according to market research firm Experian Hitwise.

Microsoft Launches InTune

Microsoft has launched its PC cloud management system, Windows InTune, designed to simplify and help businesses manage and secure PCs using Windows cloud services and Windows 7.

Microsoft Buys Block of IPv4 Addresses for $7.5M

Microsoft has shelled out $7.5 million for a block of IPv4 addresses being sold because of hardware vendor Nortel Network’s bankruptcy.

Microsoft Claims It Took Down Rustock

Microsoft is claiming it has taken down the massive Rustock botnet, which is one of the biggest producers of spam email.

Microsoft Wants Internet Explorer 6 Gone for Good

Microsoft wants its 10-year-old Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) browser gone for good.

Microsoft to Roll Out ARM-Powered Windows OS, Reports Say

Microsoft is reportedly developing a Windows operating system that would run on ARM’s chip architecture instead of the Intel chips Microsoft products currently run on.

Microsoft Launches HTML5 Lab Site

Microsoft has launched HTML5 Labs, a standalone site that will include demo code for two technologies that aren’t quite finished yet, Web Sockets and IndexedDB.

First-Ever Microsoft Kinect Sex Game Launches

Sex simulation game producer thriXXX announced today that it has added software controller support for Microsoft’s XBox Kinect device for its line of 3DSexGames titles.

Microsoft Introduces 3 Smartphones

Microsoft has unveiled three new Windows Phone 7 smartphones that will be launching exclusively with AT&T in the U.S. for the holiday season at a selling price of $199.99.


The Marriage of Microsoft and Yahoo

Yahoo and Microsoft are joining forces and their partnership will breed big changes in search, especially for the adult space. Officially, the two recent allies are calling their union the Yahoo-Microsoft Search Alliance.

Wildline! Charles ·