Microsoft partner Seesmic shows the cross-platform capabilities of Silverlight by demonstrating the Seesmic social networking platform on Windows Phone 7 Series, Mac and Nokia. Seesmic is a BizSpark One startup company.
Major League Soccer’s application for Windows Phone 7 Series lets fans track their favorite teams in real time, with notifications of game events, game stats and the ability to watch highlight clips via Silverlight and Internet Information Services Smooth
Streaming. Check out this demo given by…
Jeff Sandquist demos Shazam on the Windows Phone 7 Series during the MIX10 keynote Address. Shazam is an amazing music
discovery engine that allows you to find, buy and share the song that is playing right now. But don't listen to me- let Jeff tell you!
TechCrunch just LOVES this app- it seems like a good time to show it off Microsoft demonstrated an application that highlighted the location and mapping capabilities of Windows Phone 7 Series using the Foursquare Labs social network game service.
More from the MIX 10 Keynote! Using the Deep Zoom capability in Silverlight, Graphic.ly offers an immersive comic book reading experience on Windows Phone 7 Series that incorporates social interaction, with access to the subtleties of artwork and inking.
Graphic.ly is a Microsoft BizSpark One…
Check out the awesome NetFlix Application on Windows Phone 7 Series shown here during the MIX10 Keynote. The app will include a list of new releases as well as a list of recommended stuff under the heading "Movies You'll Love." After watching the video,
it'll also show up in the recently…
AP worked with Microsoft on a rich news reading experience to serve as a launching point for AP Mobile on Windows Phone 7 Series this year. A panoramic user experience incorporates news, social networks and photos as a way for people to select the newsmakers
that interest them.
MIX 2010 is finally here and all of the info about developing on Windows Phone 7 Series is available to you. Here, Charlie Kindel gives us a recap of all the announcements made in todays keynote. Take a listen and then make sure to head HERE
to get the bits and start building apps. The Windows…
To make cloud computing work, we must make applications run substantially faster, both over the Internet and within data centers. Microsoft Researchs measurements
of real applications show that today's protocols fall short, leading to slow page-load times across the Internet and congestion…