Much of today’s Microsoft headlines allude to a company that seems to be changing its culture of old and stodgy to one of having learned some new tricks about iteration, iteration, and iteration.
From Office Webs Apps pushing out updates at a rate we are not use to from Microsoft to user suggestions actually being listened to and implemented it seems that a new age might be coming to the monolith that everyone in the tech blogosphere likes to make fun of – at least when they aren’t ignoring them.
- Office serves over 20 million people on the web – Inside Windows Live
- Microsoft pushing yet more new Hotmail features to users – Mary Jo Foley
- Internet Explorer 9 to require Windows 7 users to install SP1 – Ars Technica
- Internet Explorer 9 Beta FAQ for IT Professionals – TechNet
- Visual Basic Developers Can Now Build for Windows Phone 7 – ReadWriteWeb
- Microsoft® Visual Basic® CTP for Windows® Phone Developer Tools – Microsoft
- HP Slate prototype proves that Windows should never be on a tablet – DVICE
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