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  • Blog Post: More Cloud Services on Project Hawaii

      Microsoft Research’s Project Hawaii extends the Windows Phone with the power of the cloud. The smartphone provides the sensors, mobility, and data; the cloud provides powerful algorithms to enable scenarios that would otherwise not be possible. The newly released Project Hawaii Software Development...
  • Blog Post: Interested in Windows phone Development some great community resources

    I recently came across this site 31 Days of Mango , a series of articles which will focus on development for Windows Phone 7.5. This is a continuation of the original series, 31 Days of Windows Phone , which was published in the fall of 2010. I will be publishing a detailed tutorial on Windows Phone...
  • Blog Post: Are you teaching Android or iOS mobile development? Consider porting your apps…

    Many institutions are already teaching existing Mobile Development curricula using iOS or Android, some of you are now considering or starting to develop and implement Windows Phone curricula. For those of you teaching iOS and Android you may be interested in the tools Microsoft has developed for porting...
  • Blog Post: Project Hawaii: Cloud-Enabled Mobile Computing

    Project Hawaii: Cloud-Enabled Mobile Computing Project Hawaii offers university students the opportunity to explore how the cloud can enhance mobile devices, especially the increasingly ubiquitous smartphone. Find samples of student-created applications that range from assisting people who are blind...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Services SDK for Windows Phone 7 Beta

    Project Hawaii Releases Cloud Services SDK for Windows Phone 7 Beta The MRC Engineering team, in collaboration with the newly formed Microsoft Mobile Computing Research Center (MCRC), has released the fourth and final cloud service for Windows Phone 7 development: Optical Character Recognition (OCR)...
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