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
The Wall Street Journal reported today that Microsoft is working on a touch-enabled watch device.
“ Predictably Irrational ” is one of my favorite non-fiction books and it’s author Dan Ariely , an esteemed behavioral economist, recently gave a TEDx presentation about the motivations of work beyond just money. Although the presentation itself holds a lot of merit, I want to draw attention to his interesting story of an unnamed “big software company in Seattle”.
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
Microsoft today released the RTM version of the Visual Studio 2012 Update 2 . A considerable update that adds a handful of new development features and bug fixes including a new retro-”Blue” color scheme inspired by Visual Studio 2010. This is the second notable “quarterly” update in the six months since VS2012 was released.
Microsoft BUILD 2013 went on sale a few hours ago Initially the registration for BUILD 2013 sold out too in a few hours, but as of now it is no longer sold out. My guess is that there were two plans (medium vs. large event) depending on how many registered
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[tl;dr] BUILD 2013 sold out, not sold out
Launched today, available publically now from getmailbird.com Great execution on user experience, more or less like Sparrow on Mac which is arguably the best standalone email client.
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[tl;dr] Mailbird makes emails on Windows pretty