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NVIDIA Brings Android Development to Visual Studio with ‘Nsight Tegra’

NVIDIA Brings Android Development to Visual Studio with ‘Nsight Tegra’ | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
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The New Microsoft Is a Pal of GitHub | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

The New Microsoft Is a Pal of GitHub | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
Microsoft used to think of the open source software community as a cancer, but now it seems like more of a lifeline.
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Why Windows Phone Will Beat BlackBerry: Apps & Microsoft

Why Windows Phone Will Beat BlackBerry: Apps & Microsoft | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
Find out why Windows Phone will bury BlackBerry and grab third place on the smartphone platform charts.
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Has Microsoft finally embraced open source?

Has Microsoft finally embraced open source? | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
By implementing Git in its developer tools, Microsoft is using GPL-licensed software -- and perhaps ending its war on open source
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Denying Windows Phone Users WP 7.8 Is Short-Sighted And Will Weaken Relationships - Forbes

Denying Windows Phone Users WP 7.8 Is Short-Sighted And Will Weaken Relationships - Forbes | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
The Windows Phone 7.8 update brings a common user interface and improvements to the early adopters of Windows Phone.
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Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team wants to make web developers’ lives easier — really

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team wants to make web developers’ lives easier — really | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
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Inside The New Microsoft Office App Store: One Developer's Story

Inside The New Microsoft Office App Store: One Developer's Story | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
What does a small app developer do to differentiate itself on the new Microsoft app store, especially when it competes with one of Microsoft's own products? We sit down with Gliffy to find out.
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Microsoft's Surface Pro Tablet Changes the Game

Microsoft's Surface Pro Tablet Changes the Game | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
Even if the Surface Pro is not strictly a laptop killer, it nonetheless changes the game. It's a machine nobody's built before, and it should get a lot of imaginations whirring. For thousands of people, it will be an ideal mobile companion.
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Microsoft Releases Windows Phone 7.8 SDK — Ahead Of Long-Awaited 7.8 Update, Still Due In “Early 2013″ | TechCrunch

Microsoft Releases Windows Phone 7.8 SDK — Ahead Of Long-Awaited 7.8 Update, Still Due In “Early 2013″ | TechCrunch | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
Microsoft has released an SDK for Windows Phone 7.8 -- aka the last ever update for Windows Phone 7 handsets, which have been orphaned by the company's platform shift to Windows Phone 8 (built on a different kernel).
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Microsoft VP answers the hard questions about Windows 8 [LeWeb] (Memeburn)

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Apple has paid out a total of $8 billion to developers - Neowin

Apple has paid out a total of $8 billion to developers  - Neowin | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
Developers received a handout of $8 billion, up from $6.5 billion three months ago which netted Apple around $3.5 billion in revenue and continues to show that iOS is a profitable platform for devs.
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How BYOD and Big Data are Changing Marketing - Forbes

How BYOD and Big Data are Changing Marketing - Forbes | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
BYOD Builds Tomorrow's Big-Data Silos, by @DavidAmerland A chain reaction is a sequence of events causing additional reactions to feed back into the chain, amplifying it.
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Microsoft announces 13 tech start ups for second batch of Windows Azure India

Microsoft today announced the list of 13 select technology start-ups which will constitute the second batch of the Microsoft Accelerator for Windows Azure program in India.The 13 start-ups are 360 Living, Adepto, DeckApp, Frintit, Harness, 17...
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Microsoft's modern.IE Service Will Help Developers To Test Their Websites Across Browsers | WATBlog.com - Web, Advertising and Technology Blog in India

Microsoft's modern.IE Service Will Help Developers To Test Their Websites Across Browsers | WATBlog.com - Web, Advertising and Technology Blog in India | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
In a bid to make the much maligned Internet Explorer more friendly and modern, Microsoft has announced the launch of a free tool and set of resources collectively known as modern.IE.
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Old news, perhaps, but interesting to see where announcements like this get picked up. 

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BlackBerry: Aaah, Microsoft, we meet again.. for another deathmatch • The Register

BlackBerry: Aaah, Microsoft, we meet again.. for another deathmatch • The Register | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
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Microsoft Might Buy A Startup That Powers 10 Percent Of The World's Smartphones

Microsoft Might Buy A Startup That Powers 10 Percent Of The World's Smartphones | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it

Appcelerator, makes a popular mobile app development product called Titanium which lets app developers write apps for all the smartphone mobile operating systems including iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and HTML5.

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‘African software developers need a dose of realism in their ambitions’

‘African software developers need a dose of realism in their ambitions’ | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
Insight into business in Africa
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Current top 10 free Windows 8 apps list has few changes

Current top 10 free Windows 8 apps list has few changes | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
A quick check of the current top 10 most downloaded apps for Windows 8 show little change from the same list in December, with only a few minor additions and alterations.
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Windows Azure Media Services Opens Up, Adds New Platform For Developers | TechCrunch

Windows Azure Media Services Opens Up, Adds New Platform For Developers | TechCrunch | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
Windows Azure Media has gone to general availability.The release promises scaling capabilities for streaming on-demand video to consumers on any device...
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Nokia Lumia Play Concept Gaming Smartphone by Antônio Lucas Celestino da Silva » Yanko Design

Nokia Lumia Play Concept Gaming Smartphone by Antônio Lucas Celestino da Silva » Yanko Design | Microsoft Developer News | Scoop.it
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I wouldn’t like to call it the love child of Nokia and Microsoft but the Nokia  Lumia Play Concept Gaming Smartphone has that kinda vibe where I don’t know if  this baby is a happy one or not. With features that aid gaming, the extremely  powerful hardware is capable of delivering stunning graphics. To solve the issue  of ergonomics while playing a variety of games, the Nokia Lumia PLAY features  two pads located on the back of the phone that you can use as gamepads.

 

Read more at http://www.yankodesign.com/2013/01/08/nokia-lumia-play-powered-by-xbox/#f07isy5LJc5CY2Az.99

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