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We known this was coming for a while now but according to the latest reports Bing apps will be rebranded under the MSN moniker starting next week alongside the launch of the new MSN.com website.
Microsoft has reportedly cut over 100 contractors and freelancers that worked on the MSN site, but the company says it will increase the number of full-time employees for its division.
A new feature on Business Insider on how Marissa Mayer became the CEO of Yahoo claims that the previous CEO considered trading their search business to Microsoft in exchange for MSN.com.
Microsoft will launch a version of its MSN.com web portal exclusively for people who access the site with Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 and Windows RT on October 26th.
Microsoft owns and operates four of the top 10 most visited web sites in the world this year, at least according to the rankings of one of the company's rivals Google. According to Google's own...
Neowin member Jabb has posted some screenshots from the new version of MSN.com. Currently in testing for a 'select number of users', one can see a few things have changed so far. MSN...
Some people trying to access Microsoft's MSN.com with a non-Microsoft browser are finding themselves locked out. Although the software leviathan's Internet Explorer easily reaches MSN, other browsers--such as Opera, Mozilla and some...
Cheers Activewin Take a look at the new MSN.com design in progress. The new sports a darker finish, (purplish puke color gone, YAY!) new navigation and updated links to content. The new site includes links...
Activewin reports that the new MSN.com beta site is *expected* to launch later today. Visitors will be able to visit the beta site by clicking on links on MSN.com which will send users to https://beta.msn.com....