Xbox Music Archive
Another brand new day, another brand new acquisition rumors. The shopping season is in full flow right now and the latest is that Microsoft is reported in buying a number of popular online companies. Prime among them
Licensing and all that legal mumbo jumbo is deep stuff when it comes to digital services. While selling software and apps across the globe is comparatively straightforward, books, movies and music have that extra bit of baggage.
So this happened. In what is truly the end of an era, AOL recently announced that it would be discontinuing Winamp on December 20, 2013. Winamp, along with Sonique, was one of the two most popular MP3
Redmond has two absolutely great things going for it, the Windows operating system and the Xbox gaming console. Both platforms were brought closer together via the Metro apps in Windows 8 like Xbox Music and Xbox Video.
One area that several technology circles have criticized Microsoft in is that the technology titan has not been much of a pioneer in the past few years. Some may go even as far as saying that the
One thing is a given. Redmond’s modern operating system is more than just an operating platform. The built-in Metro apps in Windows 8, unlike the default programs in earlier versions of Windows, are not just highly dynamic
Just as the rumor mill suggested, Microsoft has launched a web-based version of its Xbox Music service, which can be easily accessed by using any modern browser on the market. Word was that Redmond would debut a
It is remarkable to think that Windows 8 is more than just another operating system. For Microsoft at least, it has been a brand new platform, from day one, to build upon. Almost everything in the new
The new Windows Store opened for business over the weekend, allowing users that have installed one of the various leaked builds of Windows Blue (or Windows 8.1) the ability to download Metro apps. As a result, a
When it comes to cloud storage, there are certainly a lot of options out there. So what can a competitor do to help set themselves aside from the competition? In Microsoft’s case, it’s all about adding a