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  • Blog Post: Code named ‘Windows 8’

    Earlier this year at CES 2011, MS announced that the next version of Windows will run on System-on-Chip (SoC) architectures . It revealed more about how every level of Windows architecture is being reimagined, specifically details around how we are thinking about the user interface & new generation...
  • Blog Post: MIX 11: Hardware-accelerated HTML5, IE9 & Mango

    Last March 2010 @ MIX 10, we (MS) announced Hardware-Accelerated HTML5, Pushes Boundaries on Web and Cloud Development. Also MS released first platform preview for Windows Internet Explorer 9, highlights commitments to jQuery, OData, expanded support for HTML5, hardware-accelerated graphics and text...
  • Blog Post: Improve Server Utilization & Reduce Infrastructure Costs with Virtualization

    Predicting resource requirements for a new business application, especially one that is customer-facing is a tricky task. It's hard to know if you have the new Facebook or your hands. You make your best estimates, then spend money on new hardware and hope your estimates were right. Only actual usage...
  • Blog Post: What’s new @ Xbox 306 game - “Halo: Reach”

      Fans around the world are celebrating today’s release of “Halo: Reach,” the newest installment of the popular sci-fi video game series made exclusively for Xbox. Halo creators say the game is the franchise’s biggest and most ambitious to date. “Halo: Reach” is the fourth installment of the Halo...
  • Blog Post: What’s new: Microsoft LifeCam with 1080p HD Sensor

    Microsoft unveiled a new standard in webcams with LifeCam Studio, featuring sharp high-definition (HD) video with a true 1080p sensor. What i heard is it’s the perfect complement to Windows Live Messenger 2011, which will offer HD video calling in a 16:9 widescreen format so everyone can easily be seen...
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