Category Archives: Microsoft

Microsoft Streets and Trips 2007, With Improved GPS Receiver

Microsoft Streets and Trips 2007, With Improved GPS Receiver Microsoft announced its updated Microsoft Streets and Trips 2007, adding improved GPS locator hardware by Pharos to the package. The company says the GPS device now uses SiRF star III technology … Continue reading

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Leaked Screens for Next Generation Windows Mobile OS

Leaked Screens for Next Generation Windows Mobile OS Crossbow, the next generation Windows Mobile OS, looks to be shaping up quite nicely. We covered some potential features before, but this is the first screenshot we’ve seen of the new front … Continue reading

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Add Google Calendar to Outlook

Add Google Calendar to Outlook The Grinn Productions blog has written up a tutorial for incorporating Google Calendar with Microsoft Outlook. Why might you want to do that? Well, if you’re the author it’s because “not even Google can integrate … Continue reading

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Microsoft Max

Download of the Day: Read your feeds with Microsoft Max Windows only: Microsoft has just released Microsoft Max (beta), a combination feed reader and photo viewing/sharing application. Let me say this: Max is slick. I like the display, and while … Continue reading

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Cool Outlook Add-on

Download of the Day: Windows Live Local Outlook add-in Windows only: add maps, routes, driving directions, and more to Outlook with the new Windows Live Local Outlook plug-in. This is a handy app for anyone who gets tired of switching … Continue reading

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Microsoft Moves into Robotics

Microsoft Moves into Robotics The software giant thinks it can make robotic engineering easier with a set of standards: its own of course.

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Windows Dead Writer

Windows Dead Writer Microsoft received so much great press for their new Windows Live Writer tool, the team has decided to fork the code and begin dead-velopment on Windows Dead Writer – which will be aimed squarely at the highly-valued … Continue reading

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