Reimagining Dynamics CRM [Video] - SkyDrive Images Now Appearing in Tweets; Microsoft Store in Puerto Rico Opened

Microsoft lately "reimagining" its product - the latest in this effort is the Microsoft Dynamics CRM, for which a service upgrade has been announced for the December 2012 release -- now today, the Redmond company has aired a TV commercial "Reignite Your Passion," that highlights the reimaging going on in another part of its business […]

Microsoft lately "reimagining" its product - the latest in this effort is the Microsoft Dynamics CRM, for which a service upgrade has been announced for the December 2012 release -- now today, the Redmond company has aired a TV commercial "Reignite Your Passion," that highlights the reimaging going on in another part of its business - Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

Recenty, CEO Steve Ballmer talked about "the reimagination of Microsoft" and this video is another example of how far and wide that philosophy reaches. Check it out below:

Microsoft opened its first store outside the continental United States, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The store was opened in a brief ceremony by Hernán Rincón, President of Microsoft Latin America.

"Located in the Plaza Las Americas Mall in San Juan, the store is 4,000 square feet and will focus on selling Microsoft products and provide support services for consumers and small businesses," Microsoft posted.

The opening drew a large crowd, with an estimated 1,200 people in attendance, and got a look at the latest Windows 8 devices, Surface, Windows Phones and Xbox 360.

Microsoft Store in Plaza Las Americas Mall in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Watch the video of the opening of the Store -- shot using a Windows Phone:

It seems that Twitter begun to include images hosted on SkyDrive as the images now show up inline (see the pic below).

"If you grab the URL of an image from SkyDrive (or post from your Windows Phone) the tweet shows up with a view photo option on Twitter.com - clicking that button shows the image inline," posted Steve Clayton.

SkyDrive images now appearing in Tweets