Microsoft's competitor to YouTube, MSN Soapbox, is now available in a public beta.
Windows Mobile 6, which Microsoft will unveil at 3GSM, taps e-mail features in Exchange Server 2007.
Like Windows 95, Windows Vista will usher in a new era of computing, Bill Gates said at a New York launch Monday.
Microsoft Q2 revenue is up 6 percent year over year despite a revenue deferral of $1.64 billion because of Office and Vista coupons.
Bill Gates kicked off CES Sunday by unveiling new products Microsoft hopes will encourage more widespread adoption of the digital home.
The CES show this year will feature technologies that support continuing trends, not ones that break new ground.
After a month on the market, Windows Vista isn't ready to replace Windows XP yet, enterprise users say.
Microsoft is conservatively predicting it will sell 1 million Zune devices by June 2007.
Slow starting Zune appears to be no threat to iPod this holiday season, analysts said.
Microsoft plans to extend the wireless capability of its new Zune devices to PCs and the company's Xbox 360 game console.
Microsoft's Zune will hit retail shelves as expected on Tuesday, but analysts don't see users abandoning their iPods for it.
A Forrester report suggests that consumers, like business customers, will not be rushing to upgrade to Windows Vista.
Paul Flessner, who helped Microsoft develop a competitive enterprise database, is stepping down at the end of the year.
Microsoft released the final test version of Vista before it goes to manufacturers.
Best Buy has teamed with SanDisk and RealNetworks to launch a competitor to iTunes.