Actually it will start this evening for us in Europe. Here I’m listing some sessions that will surely be interesting to watch.
6:00pm – First, I would definitely start with the Keynote to get an intro and an overview of the innovation that Microsoft will show Continue reading
The New Lumia 950 has adaptive antenna technology which means it has two antennas and windows will choose the best antenna Continue reading
Microsoft just launched the new Microsoft Band. Next are some specifications about the Microsoft Band:
- Curved Gorilla Glass
- Build-In GPS
- Sleep Monitoring
- UV monitoring
- Social Updates
- Cortana Integration
Microsoft also added the 11th Sensor, a Barometer, good for biking/hiking.
It has all the functionality between Windows, IOS, and Android and it will be available for pre-order today for $249.
Even though I’m a Microsoft fan, I like to know what’s happening on the other side of the spectrum. Today there’s rumor that Apple is launching the iPad Pro and I would like to know how it will stack up against the Microsoft’s Surface Pro which is a wonderful device and runs the whole Windows OS. If you have Windows 10, you can watch Apple’s event on Edge from this link. It’s starting now!
The New Visual Studio Launch event has already started, and you can watch it live here:
[Sneak Peek] I just heard a new feature that made me drool – Lambda Debugging!
I’m no fan of Apple – unlike my brother – but I like to see what they are coming up next with. And WWDC is the place to know the latest updates to Apple’s iOS and their other applications. The problem is that Apple only likes to preach to their faithful, so there are restrictions in place to view the event. Live streaming the keynote requires any of these:
- Safari on OS X v10.8.5 or later;
- Safari on iOS 6.0 or later.
- Streaming via Apple TV (2nd of 3rd generation with software 6.2 or later)
If you have what it takes, you can watch the keynote live here. There’s also an official WWDC app available.
But, what about Windows or Linux or Android? Continue reading
I was going to install Visual Studio Community 2013, but it asked me to uninstall Visual Studio 2013. I started checking some demos about Visual Studio Community 2013 (you can check the demo from Channel 9) and noticed that you can install the same tools as in Visual Studio Community 2013 to Visual Studio 2013. So let’s get started.
Among yesterday’s great product launches by Microsoft, was the FREE unrestricted version of Visual Studio – Visual Studio Community Edition 2013. What I didn’t notice is that “this version lets developers target any platform from desktop and mobile to web and cloud”. Instead of waiting for Visual Studio 2015, we can start creating Android and iOS applications as from today!
Microsoft today announced some amazing news: