Posted by: Nathan Simon
Microsoft Windows, Mobile, Networking
Well it was bound to happen, Microsoft sees the success of MySpace and Facebook and wants a little piece of that pie. Microsoft wants Windows Live to be the centerpiece of everyones internet experience. Changes will be happening in the next few weeks as they incorperate new revisions of their email client, calendar, and picture services. Check out some cool slides here at Eweek.
With 460 Million users world wide they may have a platform to stand on, provided they make this transition painless, judging from the changes already made to hotmail, its a little less then smooth!
Little side note, Microsoft paid 240 million for 1.6 percent of Facebook, which is privately held.
I welcome the changes, new features, improved performance, and more free online hdd space, all for just being an MSN Live member, that I like!