Windows Live Wave 4 Hotmail and Messenger to be officially unveiled May 18th

In an event invitation emailed to a number of Australian bloggers and journalists this week (although I didn’t get one), it has been finally revealed Microsoft Australia’s NineMSN will be officially unveiling at least two components of the Windows Live Wave 4 and Windows Live Essentials 2011 suite, Hotmail and Messenger (which has already been partially revealed), in a media briefing on Tuesday May the 18th Sydney Australia time.

The date which coincides with some earlier rumors the Milestone 3 builds would be released to private testing the same day is described as only a sneak peek “ahead of significant announcements” which one would assume to be the general public availability of the entire product and services lineup soon after.

One the day, one could gatecrash the event or simply keep an eye on coverage from the usual lineup of Aussie bloggers and journalists. Although much less adventurous, the latter will probably save you from an troublesome trip to the police station.

11 insightful thoughts

  1. Great news! I love wave3, it gives life to the OS. Can’t wait for what’s coming in Wave4..

  2. Hey Long, just wondering if you might be able to get your hands on the new logos for Windows Live Wave 4 like you did with Wave 3? I’ve noticed that Profile, Sync, Family Safety (and of course Hotmail) are among the ones that are getting a new logo. Keep up the good work with this blog! Love it.

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