02 September 2009 - Posts

  • Wed

    Windows 7 developer training kit

    You may not have found this kit. The Windows 7 Training Kit provides both native C++ and .Net developers with training materials (presentations, videos, hands-on labs etc) to help you get your applications compatible, optimized and differentiated on Windows 7. If you haven’t got it, go get it! 66mb to download.
  • Wed

    Windows Mobile 6.5 phones soon!

    The next version of Windows Mobile could be available on new devices as soon as Oct 6th. Devicewire are already taking pre-orders for the HTC Touch2. Although the probably the first Windows Mobile 6.5 device in the UK, it doesn’t have any of the cool new hardware I’m looking forward to; namely accelerometer and GPS. Its with these new sensors that devices start to get interesting again for application developers. More details on Windows Mobile 6.5 can be found on the team blog and in Press Pass ...
  • Wed

    Deepzoom for all with new Seadragon site

    You have probably seen the cool Deep Zoom images created and published on sites. You may have looked into producing such items your self, got to the Deep Zoom Composer and, well, given up. Do not fear, the Live Lab’s team have provided a new simple to use web site to help you publish your favourite images using the Seadragon technology. Seadragon is the technology platform that provides Silverlight with its DeepZoom and Photosynth with its zooming and panning. Now, for the first time, you can publish...
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