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[05:34] Microsoft unveils Office for iPad, free for reading and presenting [08:12] Microsoft makes source code for MS-DOS and Word for Windows available to public [11:02] GA Release for Google APIs Client Library for .NET [13:06] If you BUILD it, they will come… [Nokia] [15:48] Titanfall's anticheat…
Laura and Paul are together again and they haven't missed a beat. Here's the hottest stories from the land of Microsoft: Googlighting [02:14] Lumia bundle hits stores [09:22] Facebook adds Bing tie in [05:28] Visual Studio 11 Beta [12:32]
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David Tesar met with John Vintzel, Senior Program Manager for System Center Configuration Manager, to discuss new enhancements in SP1 to support user-centric deployment of new applications like iOS, Android, App-V 5, and Windows 8 Apps. We also discuss new features to support Windows 8 management…
This week we got to sit back a little and wax philosophical. What are the right ways to advertise? What applications are useful? When should you really be careful to not get photographed? You tell us....
Win7 app helps with squinting
Tired Mac ads
Is Google scared?
Caught on camera!
There actually is a valid reason for Paul to be wearing that shirt! Check out what the 'Softies were all buzzing about this week:Big news about SQL ServerHappy Birthday Bill Gates!MSN gets a make-overWindows 7 heals itselfBing & Google
Laura and Paul bring you all the top stories- but it's YOU we want to hear from! Check out the latest episode and then jump in on the conversation...don't be shy, we like you, promise. Here are some convo kick starters: Scroogled! [05:22] Xbox blowing away the competition [10:13] Windows Store has…
When you buy Windows 7 (pro or ultimate) you get Windows XP "virtualized" for free. What this means that if you are web developer you can finally have IE6, IE7, IE8 all running alongside each other as hardware support virtual applications.
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I can still remember meeting with people from RIMM 10 years ago, as they were a relative upstart compared to Palm, and were feeling out Microsoft’s intentions in the smart phone space. Since then, a lot has happened. Lots of new players and threats have emerged, and many have fizzled out after…
Companies like Yahoo!, Microsoft, and (especially) Google depend on being able to track your browsing habits to better target you with advertisements. In the past 2 years, the proportion of ads being served through ad tracking networks has climbed from 5% to more than 30%, so these tracking…