Microsoft is ending its "Scroogled" advertising takedown of Google's privacy practices, citing a successful petition and continued Web presence at Scroogled.com.
Three new packages offer an appealing lineup for small business, but the pricing plans and some of the features are difficult to decipher.
A confirmed Outlook hater grudgingly admits there's a lot to like in Microsoft's new mail client.
As Microsoft pushed Outlook.com out of preview mode today, analysts said the company's "Scroogled" attack ads, which fired shots at Google's Gmail two weeks ago, were effective.
Outlook.com, Microsoft's new-look Webmail service, has exited the preview stage after gathering 60 million users in six months. Next up: Migrating all current Hotmail users to Outlook.com by this summer.
Microsoft also promotes its own webmail program, Outlook.com, in the campaign
Outlook.com, the new webmail service that Microsoft is previewing and that will replace Hotmail, has gained security boosts against phishing and spam.
Microsoft's refreshed productivity suite sports a major design overhaul and seamless cloud integration—at a higher price.
Microsoft's new Android app is part of the software giant's plan to take on Gmail