The White House just put up a Flickr Stream (291 photos uploaded yesterday, 1 uploaded today) of their comings and goings. These are some pretty good shots. If you can’t get enough of your Obamas and Bidens and Emanuels and presidential dogs, look no further. If not, look at little further. < Also, if you’ve…continue reading.
Engadget recently posted an interesting story about an ultrasound device being developed for Windows Mobile phones. According to the article, two computer science professors at Washington University have created a USB ultrasound probe for Windows Mobile smartphones. The device could be used by traveling medical staff, emergency workers, in ambulances, and anywhere else there was…continue reading.
You may have heard that Windows Live recently added 20 new web services to their platform, one of which was Facebook. Now you can see Facebook status updates in your “What’s New” feed and your friends can see yours too, assuming you’ve configured the option. But one thing you may not have realized is that…continue reading.
As you may or may not know, Windows 7 Release Candidate 1 has been officially handed out to MSDN and TechNet subscribers today, and there are plans to unleash the heavily-hyped OS to the waiting public at large come May 5th. We had a chance to sit down with reps from Microsoft to discuss…continue reading.
Microsoft bought Tellme back in March of 2007, and released an app for Blackberry last year, so we’ve been expecting to hear the news that came out today, that Tellme will be available for Windows Mobile 6.5 phones this fall. According to a post on CNET, on The Download Blog, Tellme will be made available…continue reading.
Microsoft launched Vine yesterday as a limited beta in Seattle only. It’s an interesting local/social communications and information tool that plays in the same sandbox as both Twitter and Facebook, and also competes to a degree with online news sites. Vine is Windows-only software that’s intended to sit open on your desktop so that users…continue reading.
Microsoft is launched Vine yesterday as a limited beta in Seattle only. It’s an interesting local/social communications and information tool that plays in the same sandbox as both Twitter and Facebook, and also competes to a degree with online news sites. Vine is Windows-only software that’s intended to sit open on your desktop so that…continue reading.
This Friday May 1st LaidOffCamp Comes to Los Angeles! For the most part it’s free to attend but they do ask for donations and its for a worthy cause. They provide the unemployed with an event that could potentially give them greater skill sets or even land them a job. They also have released there…continue reading.
Live Search in partnership with traffic provider INRIX has added live traffic reporting updates to Live Search 411. If you will recall, Live Search 411 was launched sometime in 2007 and featured various local search services including Business Search, Driving Direction, Sports and Stocks Quotes, Weather, Movie showtimes, Gas Prices and Travel Resources. Live Search…continue reading.
If you’re like me, you have to deal with multiple oses for work and don’t have time for some X versus Y war. My machine runs Vista64 and I’m one of those people that cannot wait until Windows 7 is finally released. Some of my applications (ok, some old games like MAME) don’t run well…continue reading.