These links got delayed, the joys of losing track of time. But you can start your week with a nice group of articles about tech and Microsoft in particular.

Tonight On Kinect: Jace Rode uses his Xbox One to record a cooking show

http://www.wpcentral.com/tonight-kinect-jace-rode-uses-his-xbox-one-record-cooking-show

When Microsoft told you that Xbox One was a new step in entertainment's evolution we were not kidding. Jace Rode, an ingenious fan of Xbox found a way to use his new shiny High Definition Kinect Camera and stereo microphones to create a cool cooking video and share it with the world.

My New Games

To start the year I have focused on creating a couple of new game templates. So far I can show you Tainted Love and  Doodle Bombs.

 

  Check my other games at http://bit.ly/diegosgames 

 

 

Windows Phone: Path, Barclays, RoboForm and more are your app highlights for the week

http://www.wpcentral.com/path-barclays-roboform-and-more-are-your-app-highlights-week

If you want to be up to date with some of the coolest apps you can find for your Windows Phone check this article.

 

How to Add Hibernate to the Power Options Available in Windows 8 & 8.1

http://www.7tutorials.com/how-add-hibernate-power-options-available-windows-8-81

Cool tips to customize and improve your Windows 8.1 devices.

 

Learning Windows 8 Game Development: A Book Review

http://java.dzone.com/articles/learning-windows-8-game

If you are serious about your gaming it is quite likely you have wondered on how to use the new features found in Windows 8.1 to create the coolest games. This book can give you a great starting point to get you on your way. Read the review and decide if this book will make it to your wishlist.

 

Windows 8 Appedagogy– the best list of Apps for your classroom anywhere!

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/teachers/archive/2014/01/20/windows-8-appedagogy-the-best-list-of-apps-for-your-classroom-anywhere.aspx

Great list of apps for your classroom. Your Windows 8/8.1 devices will have the best for your fellow students or class mates.

 

Disabling screenshot functionality in a Windows Phone app

http://www.pedrolamas.com/2014/01/20/disabling-screenshot-functionality-in-a-windows-phone-app/

If you are creating your own Windows Phone app and want to disable the screenshot functionality this article will guide you through the right steps to reach your goal.

 

Well, that's it for today. I hope these links are useful and you can leave some feedback about them.