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Microsoft Research's Fuse Labs has released NewsPad, a blogging tool for people who wish to collaborate on writing news posts in real time, as an open source project.
Microsoft has now launched iOS, Android and Windows Phone apps for its Socl network, adding new ways for people who use the service from Microsoft Research to communicate.
The FUSE Labs section of Microsoft Research has launched a beta version of a Twitter aggregator called Whooly, designed to let users know of activities in their local neighborhoods.
Microsoft has announced that Socl. its social network designed around college students, is now getting a major facelift, after opening up in a limited beta in 2011 and then opening for everyone in May
Microsoft has officially launched So.cl, a new social networking service that targets the college student community. The launch is currently limited to a few schools with more to be added later.