This is so pathetic I don't even know where to begin. As for a new name, I know they've been trying to wind down on the whole "Live" thing, so I presume they won't use that. They'll probably use something simple and straight forward like "Microsoft Drive". That's probably safest - don't need to shoot themselves in the foot by going overboard trying to manufacture an overly complex name.
In light of the XB1 they could push the "one" brand, OneDrive? They would have little problem with previous ownership seeing as it looks to be with a driving instructor. The first whiff of money and it is theirs.
[quotemsg=11267468,0,265687]If MS are smart, and they can be sometimes, they could buy Dropbox for a snip over $4billion and in one stroke sweep away the name problem and create a virtual monopoly of cloud storage[/quotemsg]
competition commission (or don't Americans have something like that?)
its basicly an independent body that looks at every market and if someone appears to be getting a stranglehold on it (so what they say happens happens because there is no one else) the competition commission will step in and force whoever it is to release said stranglehold