Once in a while I come across something I designed a little while ago which didn’t stand the test of time. The guilt and shame alone forces me to disown any involvement I had with such visual atrocities.
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Thank god Microsoft abandoned Windows Mobile 7 for Windows Phone
The Windows Phone team today announced on its blog that they public a beta version of the Facebook Windows Phone app to test with users new features (and a new user interface) before rolling it out to the general public.
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[tl;dr] Facebook for Windows Phone breaks out of its Metro shell
I never quite understood what a BlackBerry was suppose to be, especially after the smartphone revolution. For the past few weeks, I’ve been playing with a BlackBerry Z10 and it has only left me more puzzled where BlackBerry sits in a world of much more capable devices and platforms. The Z10 device is well-built, solid and sturdy device but it doesn’t look too different from a typical smartphone, albeit big but not heavy
[tl;dr] Hands on with BlackBerry Z10
Without any Microsoft Stores in Australia, Microsoft Australia is relying on its partners to give its products retail presence.
You can upgrade from Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 to Windows 8 Pro for £49.99 directly from Microsoft's Windows 8 store. A downloadable upgrade will be available from launch day, and cost £24.99. As with previous ..
On Microsoft's official Windows 8 forums, moderator Medico writes, "There have been many discussions about [whether Windows 8 is better than Windows 7 ].
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As Windows 8 Release Date Looms, Fans React to Microsoft's New …
Even today's announcement remains rather vague and doesn't specify an actual release date beyond “mid-November.” According to Microsoft , IE10 for Windows 7 will be based on the “same standards based platform for …
In a matter of days , Windows 8 will be unwrapped like a Christmas present in September. Unlike any Windows before it, a new touch-centric Start experience and the new application experiences it empowers is likely to take most of the spotlight. Having owned a Toshiba Portege M400 Tablet PC , it’s easy to see where Microsoft got right and wrong with the tablet endeavor almost a decade ago.
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iPad iOS 5 & Android Honeycomb: opportunities for Windows 8
Attending technology conferences just got a lot more fun and rewarding. This year at Microsoft’s TechEd Australia 2011 conference, attendees got the chance to try an innovative new service that adds an element of social gamification to the conference with a $9000 prize pool.
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TechQuest adds 45 achievements to Microsoft TechEd Australia conference