Windows Azure and NBC Sports Team Up to Stream the 2014 Olympic Winter Games to Your Favorite Devices

Posted by Openness Team Great news for all who want to watch the 2014 Olympic Winter Games live while on-the-go. NBC Sports Group and Microsoft announced yesterday that Windows Azure Media Services is being used to publish and stream all 98 events of the Games, right to your favorite device. Viewers can access live and…

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OneNote for Android Update Extends Cross-Platform Experience

Posted by Openness Team Last week Microsoft released a OneNote for Android update, extending the commitment to help OneNote fans access to their notes and capture their moments of inspiration from virtually anywhere on their favorite devices – Windows, Windows Phone, iOS (iPad and iPhone), or Android phone. For those new to the application, Microsoft…

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Social Enterprise Apps Go Mobile with Open Source Yammer SDKs for iOS and Windows Phone

Posted by Amy GreenDirector, Worldwide Marketing and Operations This week, the Yammer team released open source SDKs for iOS and Windows Phone 8, supporting enterprises who want to add mobile support for their social enterprise apps. Yammer is a private social network used by more than 200,000 companies worldwide to collaborate securely across departments, geographies,…

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Lync 2013 Mobile Apps Available for Windows Phone, iPhone, iPad and Android

Posted by Kerry GodesSenior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations The Lync 2013 team recently released a series of mobile apps that bring robust communication features, including voice and video, rich presence, instant messaging, and conferencing, to your Windows Phone, iPhone, iPad, or Android device.  Lync is a powerful tool for connecting with colleagues around the globe or…

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Windows Azure Mobile Services Now Supports Android

Posted by Kerry GodesSenior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Earlier this week, Microsoft announced Windows Azure Mobile Services support for the Android platform, furthering the commitment to make it easy to connect client and mobile applications to a scalable cloud backend, regardless of platform. The Android announcement builds upon the existing support for iOS, Windows Store,…

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Open Source Frameworks Unveil Support for Windows Phone 8

Posted by Kerry GodesSenior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Last week’s //build/ 2012 conference highlighted how developers can take advantage of their existing skills and favorite languages and frameworks to extend their market reach and bring great apps to the Windows 8 platform. There was a spotlight on the newly launched Windows Phone 8 Developer…

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More Support for jQuery on Windows Phone

Posted by Kerry GodesSenior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Last week, Microsoft released an open source Metro style theme for JQuery Mobile, the popular open source mobile framework. This release allows mobile HTML5 web sites and hybrid applications to naturally integrate into the Windows Phone Metro style experience, offering developers the choice to rapidly integrate the…

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More Choices for Building Apps on Windows Phone

Posted by Colette StallbaumerDirector, Worldwide Marketing and Operations This week, we announced another developer toolkit to support Windows Phone interoperability: the beta release of the open source Windows Phone toolkit for Amazon Web Services (AWS). This release is another example of the open approach we’re taking with our mobile platform, helping to make Windows Phone development…

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