Microsoft launches social network, So.cl - quietly

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Experimental social networking site not intended to trouble Facebook

Microsoft has belatedly (and quietly) joined the social network revolution with the launched of So.cl, a "sharing" website designed by Microsoft Research FUSE Labs. The company says that the sit...

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