Next year there will be a new feature available on some laptops and Tablet PCs: auxiliary displays. This lets you do some things on your computer without needing to open up the computer and wait for it to start up. See what this new feature is. There's
more information on the developer opportunity…
Dr. Neil does the Via Virtual Earth site, among other projects for Microsoft (he also does work for the Tablet PC team). He's a consultant. He was on campus a few days ago and I invited him over to my office to have a chat about what he does.
Ian Dixon starts this one off. He's not a Microsoft employee but has
a great podcast that talks about the Windows Media Center. We met up with him at the Microsoft Home in London. That's a showcase for Microsoft technologies. After talking with Ian we walk through the home and get a tour. Since…
Microsoft recently released the
Microsoft Education Pack for Tablet PC. What is it? It's a free group of applications for students. Just in time for school to start.Cool video to watch just to see some other things the Tablet PC is good for.
Hey, Adam Curry,
the Tablet PC Team released earlier this week the Experience Pack.
I tell ya if Steve Jobs had this he'd have the Mac fans eating out of his hands. Check out the UI in this video we shot of Dustin Hubbard, group manager on the
Tablet PC Mobile Platform team.
"What about those buttons on the Tablet PC?"
That got Bert Keely to talk about a future input device he helped design that might show up on Tablet PCs. (Bert is one of the visionaries behind the Tablet PC's development).
That led Bert to talk about how the Tablet PC might work…
Did you know that a new Toshiba Tablet PC has three microphones?
They call them "array microphones." What is the reason? What could they be used for?
We asked Bert Keely, one of the visionaries who developed the Tablet PC about what you could use the array microphones for.
Bert Keely is one of the visionaries behind the Tablet PC. Over the next week or so you'll get to hear more from Bert and see his passion for the Tablet PC.
One of the more interesting things he showed us, though, is when he demonstrated the Tablet PC combined with mapping software. Watch as Bert…