Microsoft today articulated how it will bridge PCs and mobile devices with an extraordinary blitz of announcements that included the first demonstration of Windows 7, its Live Framework, a bevy of new offerings for developers including WPF support for Visual Studio, and the first preview of Office 14.
Microsoft announced it will make Live Mesh available as a beta this week, while Live Framework is now available as a CTP.
"Rewiring Yahoo" plan establishes a "front door" for developers into its evolving Open Stack of platform services.
New service-based operating system is called Windows Azure.
The service lets developers create testing environments on the fly.
New Ruby framework offers a modular approach.
Microsoft didn't update its synchronization platform, despite a slight tweak.
Microsoft is gearing up to describe a few of its cutting-edge software technologies in late October.
Web App Installer centralized management of ASP.NET and PHP-based open source Web apps.
Official beta for Redmond's new model view controller framework released.
Adobe has begun shipping Creative Suite 4, featuring new versions of its
development, design, publishing, and video/motion graphics
Company's Connected Services division on Friday announced key components of its 'Oslo' modeling platform.
Tokeener case study serves as an example of writing low-defect, highly-reliable code, researchers claim.
Mono version 2.0, an open source effort to implement the Microsoft .NET development framework for Unix, Linux and other platforms, was formally released Monday.