Sonoma Partners, a Microsoft CRM consultancy, shares its experiences developing a custom, line-of-business Windows 8 app.
Microsoft is planning to release its new Emporium shopping app on iPhones and Android phones this year, according to an internal roadmap document.
Kinect-based projects — ranging from new webcam prototypes to projectors enabling new kinds of virtual/augmented reality scenarios — are the stars of Microsoft’s TechFest 2012 research fair this week.
Microsoft’s SQL Server 2012 has RTM’d. It will be generally available starting April 1.
Microsoft releases to manufacturing SQL Server 2012
Microsoft’s coming second technology preview build of Hadoop on Azure may result in the product being released later than March 2012.
Microsoft is taking some emboldened steps toward bundling formerly separate apps and services in Windows 8.
Windows 8 and bundling: What a difference a decade makes
Microsoft Research is showing off publicly more natural-user-interface and Kinect-based projects ahead of the company’s annual TechFest research showcase for employees.
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Microsoft shows off NUI, Kinect-focused research projects
A Microsoft roadmap slide sheds some additional details on the scope of the work the company is doing to integrate Hadoop with Windows Azure and Windows Server.
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Microsoft’s Hadoop roadmap reveals new big data deliverables
Microsoft has forged a new partnership with Good Technology to bring encrypted email support to Windows Phone.
Microsoft officials have finally started talking about Tango, the next update to the Windows Phone operating system.
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Microsoft unveils ‘Tango’ Windows Phone update (without ever using the codename)