Tag: microsoft

Read More

Who’s having OPP? Yeah, you know, Microsoft…

Rappers Naughty By Nature have signed up to promote the HTC Touch mobile handset, in a promotional deal that appears to have been struck not with HTC, but with Microsoft - which makes the device's operating system.
Read More

Seeqpod acquisition set to be announced

Seeqpod CEO Kasian Franks about the imminent announcement of its acquisition - possibly by Microsoft
Read More

Bing’s video thumbnails could prove controversial

Microsoft has now launched its whizzy new search engine Bing, which we wrote about last week.
Read More

The Beatles: Rock Band takes centre stage at E3

Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr turned up onstage at Microsoft's E3 press conference last night to plug the upcoming music game The Beatles: Rock Band - and more details of the game were also announced.
Read More

Microsoft’s Bing isn’t a search engine, it’s a decision engine!

Microsoft took the wrappers off its new search engine, Bing.
Read More

Sony trails PS3 VidZone music videos service

We've just got a customer email from Sony teasing its VidZone service, which goes live for PlayStation 3 this summer.
Read More

Microsoft unveils Zune HD and Xbox integration

It's been rumoured for a long time, but Microsoft has officially revealed a new Zune - the Zune HD.
Read More

Microsoft offering remote music streaming in Windows 7

All those cloudstreaming music services have a new competitor: Windows! Microsoft has revealed a feature in its upcoming Windows 7 called Remote Media Streaming, which will let people access their libraries of music, video...
Read More

Microsoft issues fresh denial over ZunePhone

Microsoft isn't making a music-focused ZunePhone. Really. At least, that's what the company has reiterated, following online speculation.
Read More

MSN using WetPaint to brush up entertainment sites

Microsoft has announced that it plans to hand over control of much of its entertainment sites to fans.
Read More

Mysterious Zune `Pink’ app set for launch

God bless loose-lipped advertising execs. Microsoft is planning to launch some kind of Zune-based mobile application in the next few months.
Read More

Zune heading to the living room

Microsoft is taking its Zune service into living rooms, according to a job posting for a software engineer to work on the music platform.