Laura FoyOct 31, 2012 at 5:04 PM3
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The Build hackathon is underway and loads of developers are hard at work creating apps for Windows 8, Windows Azure and Windows Phone 8. I stopped by just as they kicked off and caught some of the pre-event excitement. Take a look!
Laura and Paul bring you the hottest stories that 'Softies are pinging each other about. Check 'em out: Sir Richard Branson and Microsoft Intelligent Healing with Kinect Windows Phone to take the lead? Bing & Glee
Boys without Foys is back....so, take from it what you will: Microsoft and the White House New MS store opens to cheers and crowds Holodesk Project bring us closer to Star Trek Microsoft's YouTube Channel hacked
Everybody has been talking about them- and we've got them! We show off the new Windows Phones this week, plus tear apart the Windows 7 Party Kit and lots more.Windows Phones are hereHotmail hacked?Sarah Palin & XboxWhat's in the Win7 Party kit?Plus- we got Clint Rutkas to co-host!
After 3 days of non stop coding the hackathon participants are ready to show off their hard work. This video showcases the top finalists and announces the winner- what an amazing group of developers creating magic in 72 hours. Enjoy!
It's another week of headlines and laugher as Paul and Laura deliver you all the news that Microsoft is buzzing about. Apple CEO tells you to BING it Windows Azure SQL Database Kinect in the Movies Coding marathon sets world record
The Microsoft Developer Division hires students for a summer internship each year, and these interns were given a special chance last week to test their skills at building applications. It was called the Microsoft Intern Hack-a-thon, and these students formed teams and got the chance to build…
The one thing you can't fault 10 for is having a wide range of interest. I originally got hooked on the custom chopper scene with Discovery Channel's "Biker Build-Off" series. The winner of the first build-off, Jesse James, got his own show and soon the Teutel's were lighting up the…
In the UK, the BBC iPlayer allows residents to watch full-length TV episodes on their computers or select mobile phones. But unfortunately, Windows Mobile phones didn’t make the list of approved devices. Since there’s no official client for WiMo users, a hacker over on the XDA-Developers forum…