Ah, infographics. Easily digestible nuggets of information. A new Microsoft Outlook infographic has been released that paints Gmail in a rather bad light, and shows just how limited the competing service is. Redmond has a history of highlighting the Outlook.com service. The company has, in the past, compared it to...

Here is some news that is bound to make even Snoopy chuckle. Microsoft courted a fair bit of controversy when it was revealed recently that the company snooped through a user’s Hotmail account. Sure, it was due to a criminal conspiracy of a former employee stealing and passing on trade secrets, but the fact remains...

For those unaware, Pig Latin is a language game where players alter English language words according to a simple (or not so simple) predefined set of rules. Looks it up. It also recently featured in one of Microsoft’s newest Scroogled ad. Now it has been more than a year since Redmond began the Scroogled advertising...

If you have been wondering that it has been a while since we have heard something new on the Scroogled front, then stop wondering. Microsoft has just launched a new round of attack on Google. This time Redmond is pointing out how the search engine giant violates the privacy of Gmail users. In a blog post, the software...

If you were wondering whether Scroogled was done and dusted, wonder no more. Microsoft and Google played nicely for a few months with collaboration on mobile apps and such, but the age old rivalry is alive and kicking. Redmond has just relaunched its Scroogled campaign in order to bring into spotlight, what it...

As the recently released Widows 8.1 Preview is installed on more and more computers the world over, users continue reporting bugs to Microsoft so they can be fixed by the time the RTM version of the operating system goes live. One of the newest ones making the rounds is that some users are having trouble opening Gmail...

If you can’t beat them, hit them where it hurts, eh Google? Microsoft has directly attacked Google a fair few times in recent months, but the Mountain View based search engine giant has always taken the quiet route. The display of this reluctant attitude from Google and its decision not to comment on the Scroogled...

If you think the Scroogled campaign was all there was to it, think again. With Microsoft’s anti-Google campaign about to come to an end, the company is gearing on a second version. Most of you may be well familiar by now with Redmond’s efforts against Google — the software titan has published ads all around and even...

**This is a guest post written by Henry Conrad** Ads, though somewhat annoying, are generally okay. As long as the content or message isn’t offensive to anyone, advertisements are acceptable. But what if the ads popping up on your webmail are there because some bots collected information from your personal email...

There is a thin line between stupendous and suspicious — just ask Lance Armstrong. Hopefully this is more in the vein of stupendous from Microsoft, though there are enough reasons to believe otherwise. Here is the full lowdown. Microsoft’s Scroogled assault against Google also included an online petition, calling for...