On Tuesday, Microsoft launched the beta version of its free anti-malware - Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), which, according to the company claims will provide the necessary protection against viruses, trojans, botnets, spyware, and rootkits. The new MSE replaces the company's consumer subscription antivirus product, Windows Live OneCare, which will formally be discontinued from June 30.
People heard Steve Ballmer speaking at the Executives' Club of Chicago about the arrival of successor to the Xbox 360 next year.
But it seems as if other executives are not aware of that. Aaron Greenberg, Microsoft’s another big shot said that the new system was not coming in 2010. This has led to confusion among gamers and technology experts.
Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO informed that his company is all set to spend 5 to10 % of its operating income on developing its search business.
Steve, speaking at the Executives' Club of Chicago, said that Microsoft should have entered the online search-engine market sooner and it could not be dissuaded by initial setbacks against rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.
Google's last week-launched Apps Sync - a plug-in that allows business customers to change over to Google Apps even as the Microsoft Outlook interface is retained - has expectedly invited the wrath of rival Microsoft! As per Microsoft, Google's software disables the search capabilities of the fairly popular Microsoft Outlook email program.
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