Windows Phone 7 has just released and the developers are already working hard to jailbreak Windows Phone 7 and run unmanaged native code. Jailbreaking Windows Phone 7 is coming soon.
A user on XDA Developers was able to find out that accessing “Microsoft.Phone.InteropServices” DLL in WP7, it could give you access to native code and can side-load applications.
PDC2010 kicks off today! Microsoft Professional Developers Conference 2010 (PDC2010) is available for live treaming through Microsoft’s website.
You can grab the schedule of the three-day event and the live online video stream from the link below.
After the beta release of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 back in July, Microsoft has released the Windows 7 SP1 Release Candidate version and it is now available for download, plus also released Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 RC.
Windows 7 Service Pack 1 includes all the previous Microsoft updates for Windows 7. You can download it directly from the Microsoft website.
Microsoft launched its most important product of the year, Windows Phone 7 OS for mobile devices, in a dual launch event in both London and New York.
Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, took the stage and explained how Windows Phone 7 will be bringing a change in the mobile industry and some features of the OS. According to him, the OS will be focusing on two points: wonderfully delightful, and wonderfully mine.
Microsoft unveiled today the first beta release of Internet Explorer 9 – and it is now available for download.
I haven’t much played with the browser yet, but from my first impressions, it is too buggy for a beta release. If you try to load this website, the Facebook widget in the sidebar won’t even load.
In past, we have seen many screenshots and specifications leak of Internet Explorer 9. There was even a IE9 platform preview for testing purposes and to tell people how fast IE9 will be. Recently, Microsoft journalist, Mary Jo Foley came across few screenshots of the upcoming IE9. It has been revealed that Microsoft will be releasing the IE9 beta on 15th September during Microsoft beta Launch event in San Francisco.
Yesterday Microsoft announced the pricing details of Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac and the new prices are between 20% and 50% cheaper than those set for Microsoft Office 2008. The Mac edition of Microsoftâ€™s premium Office suite will come in two versions, Mac Home and Student version and a Mac Home and Business version. Office 2011 for Mac will ship in the start of October this year.
Internet Explorer 9 Beta, something we all have been waiting to get our hands on will soon be available for public download, probably in September.
And guess what? Just with that announcement, a Chinese website called CNBeta leaked outÂ a few screenshots of the upcoming Internet Explorer 9 Beta.
Microsoft has been slowly unveiling details about its upcoming smartphone operating system, the Windows Mobile 7. Yesterday, it announced that all Microsoft employees will be getting free Windows Mobile 7 smartphones and today announced the names of the hardware partners which will be launching Windows Mobile 7 on their smartphone platforms.