Disclaimer: I traveled to and attended the V8 Supercars event as a guest of Microsoft Australia.
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Office 365 turns office productivity into high-octane racing for V8 Supercars
The other day I received an email that said something along the lines of “Love your Speedo Plus app” which reminded me “Oh that’s right I made a Windows Phone app”. Turns out Speedo Plus is still doing well in the Windows Phone Store, loved with 5 star reviews even though I had all but forgotten about it.
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Help me improve Speedo Plus on GitHub
Without any Microsoft Stores in Australia, Microsoft Australia is relying on its partners to give its products retail presence.
Aussies Windows Phone 8 users, get out your NFC-enabled phones and start running towards a major city shopping center. Microsoft Australia has “hidden” free copies of its new Office 365 Home Premium subscription for you to find – valued at $119. And all you need to win is tap on the ad
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“Hunt for Office”: Microsoft Australia’s NFC-enabled Office 365 digital ad screens
In my handful of trips to Microsoft’s Redmond campus, I’ve come across some pretty interesting paintings, models and photographs in the hallways. They are all part of the company’s extensive art collection . I have not however come across anything as bizarre as the one above
Microsoft’s weird collection of Paint art
I love to scroll. Yes I’m one of those people that load a webpage or document and just scroll around like a caffeinated hamster on wheels, aimlessly
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Logitech Wireless Touchpad T650: The closest thing to an Apple Magic Trackpad for Windows
Playing Left 4 Dead turned out to be excellent training for my “IRL Shooter: Patient 0″ experience today. I wrote about IRL Shooter half a year ago and finally got to experience it today. After a 20 minutes drive north of Melbourne, I arrived at a to-be-demolished warehouse with five other people as squad KFZ, Kentucky Fried Zombies – an “elite security force” with a special mission
Microsoft Australia today announced a “ December of Apps Developer Challenge ” on its La La Ninja developer community website. Developers have the chance to win one of 40 Asus Vivo Tab RT tablets. Although the competition seems to make a great Christmas present, it’s unfortunate Microsoft is once again promoting quantity over quality for an app development competition.
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Microsoft: is it time for quality over quantity Windows 8 app competitions?