Microsoft has unveiled a new design for MSN.com today. The new redesign has a new logo, cleaner look and also adopting layout feature from Windows 8 Metro.
The new look page will be available exclusive to people who use both Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10, and it will be the default home page on the Windows 8 IE browser on October 26th.
AOL is trying to jump ahead of the Facebook announcement of new e-mail client by revealing their Project Phoenix Email. Looking at the beta version, it closely resembled Google GMail. The new AOL e-mail will allow you to migrate your email accounts from Yahoo, GMail and MSN.
The full AOL Project Phoenix release will come in 2011. AOL will offer other domains like ygm.com, love.com, wow.com, and games.com.
Check out the less clutter and clean looking new Microsoft MSN. After Yahoo has revamped their website 3 months ago, Microsoft is doing the same with their MSN portal. On the new site, there are five main drop-down menus covering entertainment, news, sports, lifestyle and finance.
The new site integrates with Bing, has Facebook and Twitter feeds and a new MSN Local Edition section.
The MSN branding has been updated with the usage of a thinner font for MSN and a squash up butterfly. The font looks like it comes from Bing.
Preview: Microsoft MSN