Poor Microsoft. They can't get a break. Now, it seems, that Outlook users are suffering some downtimes. They are not just down because they are still on Microsoft products and can't get a Gmail account. No, they are, literally, down.
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Microsoft has completed the move from Hotmail to the new Outlook.com, which now boasts more than 400 million accounts.
Microsoft's migration of Hotmail users to Outlook doesn't seem to be going quite to plan. A series of outages in both services has left people unable to access their emails.
Forget about Yahoo, Hotmail and Gmail - Redmond wants to be a real email contender with Outlook.com.
Hotmail was so well-liked by users that Microsoft acquired it for around $400 million. Now Hotmail co-founder Sabeer Bhatia is hoping for similar success with Jaxtr SMS, a free text messaging service.
Microsoft's cloud had a rainy morning today as it collapsed due to technical glitches.
We all know that we're supposed to pick hard-to-guess passwords - but most of us know all too well that, if we do, we'll forget them ourselves.
If the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) had its way, the agency would ban Skype, Hotmail and Gmail in the former communist country.
Everyone has a throwaway email account used to sign up for free coupons and newsletters that you would never want delivered to your real account.
Hotmail users are gradually regaining access to their inboxes after a bug left many staring at a blank page.
Microsoft's announced a new version of Hotmail, adding information management features that are in many cases similar to those found in Gmail.
Microsoft is preparing to launch a new version of Windows Live, which has apparently been dubbed "Wave 4" by a team of very bored marketeers.