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New Scroogled ad asks real people if a Chromebook works for them ...

The Scroogled team at Microsoft, who is apparently cut off from the outside world, has cranked out yet another video. This time they have Ben the PC guy walking around Venice, CA asking people about Chromebooks.

Mobile Roar Podcast 23: Scroogled on Black Friday

Happy Mobile Roar Day! What? That’s not what we’re celebrating? The podcast is here a day early this week so you can enjoy some delicious mobile news along with your Thanksgiving dinner.

Microsoft’s new ‘Scroogled’ video uses Pawn Sta...

Scroogled is not going away, despite almost universally negative reactions. Last week they opened up a brand new store full of Scroogled merchandise. Today they have released a new video to attack Google and Chromebooks.

Google responds to Microsoft’s “Scroogled” merc...

Microsoft has mugs, t-shirts, and hoodies on sale with anti-Google phrases and imagery plastered all over. We wondered what Google would think about all of this, and without fail they released a short comment on the situation.

Just in time for the holidays, Microsoft selling Scroogled t-shir...

In an odd turn of events Microsoft has begun selling “Scroogled” paraphernalia in their online store. Up to this point Microsoft has mainly done this with silly videos, but now they want to turn you into a walking anti-Google billboard.

Is Microsoft’s “Scroogled” campaign working? Re...

Scroogled is basically just Microsoft trying to show the world how evil Google is. We have been critical of these ads in the past, but it looks like they may be working.

Watch This: Leaked Scroogled video parody’s Google Chrome a...

Microsoft is back with another Scroogled ad, and this time they have chosen to do a direct parody with a Chrome commercial. It’s very well done, and does a good job at showing how Google uses personal information to make money. Click through to watch it!

Microsoft’s new ‘Scroogled’ ad is a risky attac...

Flash player embedded above Microsoft and Google do not get along. In the past year the two companies have butted heads on a number of issues including default browsers, Exchange ActiveSync, and EU antitrust complaints. Microsoft’s “Scroogled” campaign has been one way they have tried to attack Google. It started off as a clever and […]

The Nokia X will be Microsoft’s first and last Android devi...

The baggage in this relationship is Nokia’s new Android phones. Microsoft has not been shy about how they feel about Google and Android. ” Yet, once their deal with Nokia is finalized they will be sitting with three Android devices under their umbrella.

Microsoft shows how Windows PCs are just as affordable as Chromeb...

Microsoft is at it again with their anti-Chromebook message. This time, however, they are not using the term “Scroogled.” Microsoft has released another ad in their new “Honestly” series.