April, 2011

You may be familiar with the photo-stitching capabilities of Windows Live Photo Gallery, well they’re powered by technology coming from Microsoft Research, called ICE, or Image Composite Editor.  ICE has just gone live with a new version, 1.4.2, that you …

In order to help out Windows Phone users that had problems with the early NoDo updates, perhaps even bricking their phones, last week Microsoft released a Windows Phone Support Tool (rev 2.4), which aimed to fix problems that prevent Windows …

Recently, our friends Rafael Rivera and Paul Thurrott have been hard at work bringing us secrets from the early pre-beta builds of Windows 8, believed to have been released to a handful of OEMs and partners on Microsoft Connect just …

A couple of tidbits coming from our friend Travis at Entertainment Connected (www.enterconnected.com), looks like not only are there some new apps on the Zune Marketplace, but the Marketplace is showing up in more places, including India, …

(note: no April Fool’s jokes here today, unless you consider the whole NoDo release one big Microsoft prank)

Microsoft Advertising held its “Imagine 2011” event in Redmond this week, bringing together advertisers and industry insiders to talk about …

InKnowledge has launched an open-source Bing Maps SDK for Android. The Bing Maps Android SDK is a base project that can be used to help developers create mapping applications using Microsoft’s Bing Maps.

Built using the latest Bing Maps AJAX

So back when IE9 beta launched last year, Hotmail was quick to jump on the bandwagon and provided jumplist support in Windows 7. However with IE9, jumplist is only one part of the new  “Pinned Sites” feature. The other part, …