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  1. BUILD 2011 keynote 2 group liveblog
  2. Short: Windows 8 WinRT capabilities dissected
  3. The “touch comfort” science behind Windows 8
  4. Short: Some of what Microsoft didn’t show of Windows 8
  5. Windows 8 101: tips & tricks for new Start experience
  6. BUILD attendees take home Samsung Windows Developer Preview PC/slate
  7. A brief analysis of Metro on Windows 8
  8. BUILD 2011 keynote 1 group liveblog
  9. Join us for the BUILD keynotes group liveblog
  10. iPad iOS 5 & Android Honeycomb: opportunities for Windows 8
  11. TechQuest adds 45 achivements to Microsoft TechEd Australia conference
  12. The Samsung Series 7 Slate PC looks familiar…
  13. Kinect Windows SDK to live on in Microsoft Research
  14. Windows 8 Explorer gets a ribbon, everybody gets a ribbon
  15. Green Button makes Pixar’s RenderMan concept on Windows Azure a reality
  16. nsquared demos “seamless computing” prototype at TechEd Australia 2011
  17. TechEd Australia 2011 kicks off with two keynotes
  18. Microsoft ad showcases sweet Windows, Windows Phone, Windows Live & System Center synergy
  19. Socialite: Microsoft’s social client for Windows 8?
  20. WiFi internet sharing/tethering in Mango tidbits
  21. Dissecting the Windows 8 file management video
  22. Microsoft wins undefeated in Starcraft 2 After Hours Gaming League
  23. New Bing “decide with your friends” ads emphasizes Facebook likes
  24. Short: A taste of HTML5 Metro tiles
  25. Age of Empires Online: whole bunch of fun for free
  26. Short: Age of Empires Online now available
  27. Executives spoof video from Microsoft MGX FY12
  28. Idea for a more accident-friendly WP7 search button
  29. Microsoft and Windows renovating “The Block”
  30. Students teases the future of home automation with Microsoft Research’s HomeOS
  31. The science behind Bing Vision 2D object recognition
  32. Microsoft takes flawless lead in tech company Starcraft 2 tournament
  33. Introducing MetroTwit Show: a visualizer for Twitter
  34. Microsoft quietly testing Zune Music in Australia
  35. Bing Maps: what a difference a little color makes
  36. My first WP7 app: Speedo Plus
  37. Microsoft Touch Mouse gets its own multi-touch SDK
  38. WP7 Mango: tap-by-turn voice guidance a necessary evil
  39. WP7 Mango now less crippled down under
  40. Radial menu love for Bing Visual Search prototype
  41. Battle for Beauty: Toronto fights for a beautiful web
  42. Nokia N9: a pretty good effort without Microsoft
  43. The Minority Report Kinect SDK hacks begin
  44. Four-storey Bing image background drawn in person
  45. Fingers-on with the HP TouchSmart 610-1030A
  46. IE9 Battle for Beauty: online & offline game to fight for a more beautiful web, June 10-11
  47. Dissecting the Windows 8 touch UI demo from D9
  48. Bing Maps, now optimized for car boats
  49. Windows 7 “Aero Shake” inventor reveals alternative canned “Aladdin” prototype
  50. Behind the scenes of Mango: tidbits from Brandon Watson’s Channel9 videos
  51. Windows Phone 7 Mango features revamped SIP for Japanese; new emoticons and all
  52. Microsoft Research demos “copy-aware computing”: source control with a twist
  53. WP7 Mango teaser video previews new features
  54. Watch the Microsoft PDC that started it all
  55. .NET Micro Framework enables breathalyzer to tweet
  56. Windows University Tour 2011 shows off and gives away new Win7 PCs to Australian students
  57. Check out the free PREMIX keynote at REMIX Australia (update: REMIX ticket to giveaway)
  58. Microsoft takes the lead at cloud in Asia Pacific
  59. Windows Phone 7 Mango East Asian language tidbits
  60. Announcing “The Nest”: a partnership with Rowi
  61. Microsoft overcomes the laws of physics
  62. Microsoft’s Imagine Cup 2012 comes down to Australia
  63. See the Australian Imagine Cup 2011 finals live on Thursday in Sydney
  64. The “Microsoft Destination” concept is a breathtaking vision for a Microsoft store
  65. Translating Windows Phone’s Metro to the desktop: lessons from MetroTwit
  66. Windows 8?s user account roaming feature revealed
  67. The game sequel you’ve been waiting for: Ribbon Hero 2
  68. Alleged Windows 8 App Store screenshot is fake: third-party app “Appmarts”
  69. Even better Aussie HTC HD7 bonus: mystery flight
  70. Aussie HTC HD7 WP7 bonus: two free XBOX360 games
  71. MIX11: Riding the “Jellybean” Kinect lounge chair
  72. MIX11: WP7 SD card I/O performance discrepancy, battery and agents tidbits
  73. Qantas app flies us to “2019? with Mango WP7 app
  74. Behind the World’s Biggest Pac-Man
  75. MIX11 group liveblog: day 2 keynote
  76. MIX11: Surface 2.0 continues the Metro trend
  77. MIX11: Microsoft demos Kinect SDK with WorldWide Telescope
  78. MIX11: Windows Phone 7 app wall
  79. MIX11 group liveblog: day 1 keynote
  80. MIX11 keynotes group liveblog: mark your calendar
  81. Windows 8 to feature native SmartScreen file checking
  82. “Nine Lettuce” wins Australian WP7 App Champion
  83. First look at the future of application deployment on Windows 8: AppX
  84. Microsoft enters the drug business with redesigned Security Essentials website
  85. Windows 8 explorer teases file syncing and web sharing
  86. Hack to get early internal Mango update for your WP7
  87. Microsoft’s Craig Mundie talks Kinect and demos Avatar Kinect in Melbourne
  88. Microsoft Germany and Stereolize presents 234? of interactive touch-screen goodness
  89. Microsoft’s “Future of productivity” showcases 19 years of evolution in information technology
  90. Bing Japan’s condolence image of the day
  91. Microsoft Research reveals guts of Kinect technology
  92. Dear internets: this is NOT the Microsoft logo
  93. Microsoft Advertising awarded new “Filmstrip” ad format
  94. Windows Phone 7 duplicate contacts driving me crazy
  95. Microsoft Australia’s sketchy developer evangelism portal is #winning
  96. Why we should all thank Internet Explorer 9 for upgrading the web
  97. Former Miss Australia Erin McNaught goes dating for Windows 7 TV ads
  98. Help us shape the future of MetroTwit
  99. Chain of Fools: a video experiment to upgrade every version of Windows
  100. Microsoft Sputnik concept boxshot makes me wish it was so much more
  101. Dude, there’s an ad in my MetroTwit
  102. Microsoft supports first music marketplace on WP7 in Australia, but it’s not Zune
  103. Can’t wait for WP7 copy paste? Maybe send your phone for OEM servicing (caveat)
  104. Apple shows how Shadow Copy is suppose to be done
  105. Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 adds split screen
  106. First looks at Microsoft Australia’s new digs
  107. Microsoft Tag helps zombies overpower hippies
  108. Nano-coating technology: water-repellent on steroids
  109. Microsoft demos safer and more private web with U-Prove CTP R2 samples
  110. Evidence of different screen resolution for Nokia’s concept Windows Phone 7 (or a new chassis)
  111. Nokia WP7: first an extra tile, now an extra button
  112. The Jelly Reef: cutest Microsoft Surface game to date
  113. Why Nokia’s Windows Phone 7 concept is fake
  114. First Microsoft Signature PC comes to Australia with back-to-school Dell XPS 14 laptop offer
  115. Relaunching the new “Here’s an idea”
  116. Seriously Hotmail? You let this through?
  117. Microsoft explores hybrid maps with embedded street-side images
  118. Microsoft patent reveals fast-boot dual-boot hybrid
  119. Microsoft fixes international transaction fees on Windows Phone 7 purchases (Australia)
  120. Framerate Fest: a Microsoft HTML5 art gallery
  121. ChevronWP7: All I got was this lousy shirt
  122. Microsoft kicks off “Be what’s next” tagline with Golden Globes TV ads
  123. Win a trip to MIX11 for Aussie WP7 developers
  124. Intel takes an action movie to the Windows 7 desktop
  125. Ford and Microsoft’s lead in car-infotainment
  126. Ford uses Kinect sensor for digital display
  127. Hands-on with the new Surface 2.0 – Samsung SUR40
  128. Windows with ARM paves way for a unified kernel
  129. Microsoft dubs Windows Home Server “Vail” as Windows 7 Home Server
  130. Slideshow: CES 2011 Microsoft keynote
  131. I love Rafael
  132. Liveblog: Microsoft CES 2011 Special Press Conference
  133. ASUS’s Windows 7 slate is deja vu of PC industry’s past failures with tablets
  134. CSIRO and Microsoft Research has eyes set on “White(space)-Fi”
  135. .NET Micro Framework project turns Christmas lights into IM contact indicators
  136. Microsoft Research’s Diff-IE lets you play “spot the difference” with websites
  137. The Noun Project and Metro, a match made in icon design heaven
  138. Fear Not, Chrome Os Has Caps Lock
  139. Help Microsoft Australia marry Mike and Jenny, win a Windows Phone 7 a day
  140. Windows Phone 7 freezes for French guerilla marketing campaign
  141. My thoughts on “My thoughts on ChevronWP7?
  142. ChevronWP7: Windows Phone 7 unlocker released
  143. Reading between the lines: Windows Home Server code name “Vail”– Update
  144. “Be what’s next” makes first public cameo in Microsoft recruiting promo material
  145. Windows Phone 7 native access enables prototype augmented reality app
  146. Windows 7, Windows Live and Windows Phone 7 comes together to make sweet music
  147. One small step for native code; one big leap for Windows Phone 7 jailbreak
  148. Internet Explorer 9 (& Windows Live) could help you fall in love and break your heart
  149. Australians hit with international transaction fees for Windows Phone 7 app purchases
  150. Microsoft officializes new “Be what’s next” tagline
  151. Pixar’s Renderman prototype is the best realization of the cloud computing vision yet
  152. Microsoft PDC10 attendees get free Windows Phone 7
  153. Slideshow: Microsoft PDC 2010 keynote
  154. Windows Phone 7: hardware (still) matters
  155. Isaiah “Old Spice Guy” Mustafa talks Windows Phone 7 and tech on FranklySpeaking
  156. Workaround for local business listings and voice search on Windows Phone 7 in Australia
  157. Windows Phone 7 is full of win and delight
  158. Isaiah “Old Spice Guy” Mustafa coming to Australia to promote Windows Phone 7
  159. Australian pricing options for Windows Phone 7
  160. Australian range of Windows Phone 7 devices
  161. Windows Phone 7 4G support confirmed
  162. Windows Live portal for WP7 teased again on video
  163. Slideshow: Internet Explorer 9 “Beauty of the Web”
  164. Behind the design of the Internet Explorer 9 chrome
  165. Liveblog: Microsoft’s “Beauty of the Web” Internet Explorer 9 beta launch
  166. Mark your calendars: Microsoft’s “Beauty of the Web” Internet Explorer 9 beta launch group liveblog
  167. Microsoft Australia launches SCREENed student film competition: 7 minutes about “7?
  168. Real Live Search: where was Bing 12 months ago?
  169. Microsoft begins the hype for Internet Explorer 9
  170. Microsoft XUI concept video series finale “Play”
  171. Microsoft Research takes a second look at multi-touch mice interaction
  172. Windows Phone 7?s MyPhone site teased
  173. Microsoft to publish extra code to make third party WP7 apps more consistent
  174. Microsoft explores natural user interface ideas with interactive paper prototypes
  175. Microsoft goes Willy Wonka for Windows Phone 7 giveaways at TechEd Australia 2010
  176. Local Windows Phone 7 apps showcased at TechEd
  177. Clever Aussie Microsoft Office 2010 ad lets you personalize your own magazine cover
  178. Every time you type on Windows Phone 7, it plays a subtly different sound
  179. Conceptual USGA golf scoring app by Microsoft shows Windows Phone 7 apps done right
  180. Microsoft Research’s “Technology Heirlooms” are cool time capsules for the digital age
  181. Internet Explorer 9 event invites gets all Zune-y
  182. Experience IPv6 at TechEd Australia 2010
  183. Microsoft readies Mediaroom for Windows Phone 7
  184. Arc Touch Mouse confirmed at USD$69.95 RRP
  185. Bing Maps looked ugly before, now looks like s***
  186. Microsoft: where even software software development tools fail at regionalization
  187. Over 3,000 Windows Phone 7 devices in the wild
  188. Microsoft on the hunt for a new look?
  189. Photoshop your own Windows Phone 7 applications
  190. Windows Phone 7 SDK beta emulator walkthrough
  191. Thoughts on WPF 4.0 from a novice
  192. “Arc Touch Mouse” surfaces – Microsoft to launch multi-touch mouse?
  193. How to tell when lawyers got involved in the design process: a Microsoft case example
  194. Jumping on the ergonomic bandwagon
  195. A peek in to Cairo and how Microsoft plans Windows
  196. Prototype Windows Phone 7 boots up really fast
  197. Windows Phone 7 developer phone unlock detailed
  198. Trialing applications on Windows Phone 7 a breeze for users and developers
  199. No more ambiguous icons in Windows Phone 7!
  200. Windows Phone 7 devices in developers’ hands July
  201. Share your WEI score with WEIShare
  202. Windows Phone 7 screencaps from TechEd 2010
  203. Office Communicator 14 makes me wish for a Windows Live Messenger “Lite”
  204. Developing MetroTwit: how you know when you’re on to something…
  205. Microsoft Research’s Pinch-the-Sky Dome takes multi-touch interactivity to 3D space
  206. Windows Live Wave 4 Hotmail and Messenger to be officially unveiled May 18th
  207. Simplified box art for Office 2010 standalone apps
  208. You wouldn’t drink 9-year-old milk, so why use a 9-year-old browser?
  209. Microsoft’s “Merry Go Round” of Windows 7 PCs
  210. Don’t steal software, on the street
  211. What’s playing on the Microsoft Store video wall
  212. Microsoft-sponsored Aura project: like Twitter, but with XBOX avatars
  213. Microsoft Research’s “Manual Deskterity” explores the synergy of pen & touch
  214. New golden Windows Live Hotmail logo unveiled
  215. Tabbles gives you a bite-sized taste of WinFS
  216. MetroTwit: a Metro-inspired Windows twitter client (work in progress)
  217. Windows Phone 7 Series “Metro” book giveaway
  218. Bill Buxton on making user interfaces “natural”
  219. Windows Phone 7 Series emulator “unlocked”
  220. Windows Phone 7 Series will have copy & paste, eventually
  221. Earlier concepts of Metro in Windows Phone 7 Series
  222. New Windows Phone 7 Series promo from MIX10
  223. New “delights” in Windows Phone 7 Series
  224. Microsoft’s applications on Windows Phone 7 Series not Silverlight-based
  225. Internet Explorer 9 takes the lead, again, for now
  226. Live from Microsoft MIX10 Day 2 Keynote liveblog
  227. Microsoft says Windows Phone 7 Series Marketplace will be “objective”
  228. Windows Update-like service coming to Windows Phone 7 Series
  229. Windows Update-like service coming to Windows Phone 7 Series
  230. Windows Phone 7 Series emulator demo screencast: Internet Explorer
  231. Windows Phone 7 Series emulator demo: Settings
  232. The Windows Phone 7 Series hardware specifications and Samsung device preview
  233. Windows Phone 7 Series: the phone also works
  234. Live from Microsoft MIX10 Day 1 Keynote liveblog
  235. Metro-inspired apps to come courtesy of Silverlight
  236. Office Web Apps to be updated like, well, a web app
  237. Microsoft’s abandoned “Sputnik” wireless webcam
  238. Microsoft MIX10 “We’re all in” Group Liveblog: mark your calendars
  239. Alternate WP7S start screen concept revealed
  240. Geosense for Windows: location, location, location
  241. Windows Phones 7 Series & Classic to co-exist
  242. Windows Phone 7 Series promo video
  243. Windows Phone 7 Series to have unified marketplace for apps, games and music
  244. Windows Phone 7 Series live demonstration
  245. Live from Microsoft Press Conference @ MWC 2010
  246. Microsoft’s Pink “Turtle” crawls its way through FCC
  247. Windows Mobile 7’s “My Phone” to feature remote contacts & calendar
  248. Windows Mobile 7’s “My Phone” to feature remote contacts & calendar
  249. Location-based operating system concept: “Locus OS”
  250. Microsoft Press Conference @ Mobile World Congress 2010 group liveblog: mark your calendars