Watch Alex Clare’s music video for “Too Close” – the song featured in the Internet Explorer (the browser you loved to hate) TV commercial.
It is pretty damn cool.
by Matt Wharton on November 29, 2012
by Matt Wharton on October 20, 2012
Having joined the Windows Server 2012 Early Experts study group I felt that I needed some real hands on experience with the new operating system. Having neither the time nor the spare resources at work to set up a new server I followed Keith Mayer’s advice to leverage the three month free trial for Windows Azure to build a Windows Server 2012 VM. Download Keith’s guide here.
Not only do I now get a chance to test the new features of Server 2012 but also gain an understanding of the Windows Azure platform and how it might be utilised to create a hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Get Files Out of a Running Virtual Machine – Ben Armstrong – Site Home – MSDN Blogs http://t.co/ucDxLbV3
Internet Explorer 10′s bundled Flash leaves users exploitable | Ars Technica http://t.co/Rfeg7T9b
Microsoft’s Ben Rudolph gives us the first look of the Nokia phones that will be launched with Windows Phone 8.
All in all, I’m seriously impressed with the new Lumias, both inside and out. Design-wise, they’re a nice evolution of the iconic design that Nokia introduced in the Lumia 800 and Lumia 900 – solid, ergonomic, and comfortable. And inside, they’ve added technology like PureView and PureMotion HD+ that offer up real, tangible benefits like smoother, faster, more responsive navigation and professional grade photos. Combined with the power of Windows Phone 8, they’re really something special.