Chris Pendleton reports that the web site Weather Central has just launched a new beta community site called ReportStorms.com. This crowd-sourced weather watching community lets you report on the storms in your area by right-clicking on the map provided and entering in the storm info. On the…
The new XNA Game Studio 3.0 has arrived and you can download it now. This updated version of the toolset for hobbyist game developers is necessary for anyone wanting to submit their games to the upcoming Xbox LIVE Community Games section of the new Xbox Experience, launching November 19th. With the…
As many Europeans attending PDC, blogger
Alan Smith took advantage of the extra "free time" from the time zone difference to play around with the bits delivered to attendees. You don't wanna miss his meaty review of VS 2010, Oslo, WCF, WF and Dublin.
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Dion Almaer (Google) shares his thoughts about some of the things he saw at PDC 2008. "Windows Azure looks great. The “on premise” feature looks particularly intriguing. If they
can bridge the data center and the cloud, they have something quite compelling… I am curious about the details……
Todd Bishop posted a video with the demo run by Microsoft researchers on Wed showing a project called SecondLight, an extension of the company's Surface tabletop computer.
Technical details about this project can be found
Microsoft announced yesterday it is looking to make jQuery part of their official development platform which means that jQuery will be distributed with Visual Studio. The news got a positive reception by the
jQuery team: "we are quite excited by these prospects and wishes to take this…
If you are attending the PDC 2008 you received a pre-beta Windows 7 build yesterday (6801) which contains many features the Windows Media Center team has been developing over the past year.
Charlie Owen from the Media Center team took a few minutes to outline some of these new features for you.…
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