Tuesday, May 22, 2007

First look :

Windows Live Folders

Microsoft's new Windows Live Folders feature still isn't ready for public release, but LiveSide noticed when system showed up online briefly, giving folks a chance to see what the Redmond-based software company has planned for the future in online storage.

Read the article HERE.

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First look: Microsoft SharedView beta

When you write for an organization that spans multiple time zones and often involves collaborative effort between two or more people, one of whom might be in California while another is in New York, the concept of a collaborative online workspace can be quite attractive. Read the copy on Microsoft's SharedView web site, and it's clear Redmond is trying to attract the type of users who need multiple sets of eyeballs scanning the same document at the same time, but who are separated by a few hundred miles in any given direction. Check that copy!

Read the article HERE.

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Microsoft Popfly


Microsoft has announced the alpha version of Popfly, its new application creation, mashup enabling tool and social networking software for nonprogrammers. Popfly consists of two parts: Popfly Creator, which is a set of online visual tools for building Web pages and mashups; and Popfly Space, which is an online community of creators where you can host, share, rate, comment and even remix creations from other Popfly users.

Read the article HERE.

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Origami 2.0

Microsoft is bumping the specs for the next version of the Origami ultra-mobile PC. Smaller screens, higher resolution, and longer battery life sure does sound appealing, but what about the price?

Read the article HERE.

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