Microsoft has once again ventured into the video streaming arena, but this time it is targeting business users with its Stream service that will allow enterprises to upload and share their videos.
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In the midst of the current economic climate reports have surfaced which state that Microsoft will be scaling back it's YouTube competitor, Soapbox. Soapbox has been around since 2006, but never seemed to dent the...
Either Microsoft missed the memo regarding why YouTube is such a hit, or the software giant watched the Google-Viacom lawsuit and decided it would rather not have similar problems. After a two-month hiatus, Microsoft has...
Soapbox, which was opened up to a public beta last month as Microsoft's answer to Google's YouTube, is getting technology from Audible Magic that will filter uploaded videos and block those with content under copyright....
The Live branding at Microsoft seems to be under-going some drastic changes with the launch of MSN Soapbox, previously branded Live Soapbox, that along with the LiveSide news announcement yesterday on MSN Shopping (previously Windows...
MSN today announced the U.S. beta release of Soapbox on MSN® Video, a user-uploaded video service that aims to rival YouTube. "Soapbox delivers on a critical component of the MSN growth strategy of deepening audience...