Windows Phone 7 is courting developers at the Mix10 conference in Las Vegas, giving us a glimpse of the apps we can expect to see on WinPhev phones later this year
Microsoft has unveiled guidelines for developers submitting apps to the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace -- and they're rather familiar
reporter's notebook The undeniable center of attention at Mix was Microsoft's new phone. Also, behind the creation of a Windows Phone-controlled T-shirt cannon.
It turns out there's a reason why Microsoft went with the shade of blue it did for links on its search engine--an $80 million reason.
At a press conference at the Mix10 event, Microsoft doesn't say when the new browser will ship, but when it does, it won't run on Windows XP.
In a video interview, Microsoft execs Joe Belfiore and Scott Guthrie talk about the developer opportunities with Windows Phone 7 Series.
Microsoft's revealed that its latest operating system doesn't just lack a catchy name -- it's got plenty of other iPhone-esque handicaps too
The Amazon.com vice president and distinguished engineer gives what may be a hallmark presentation on the economics of scale in data centers.
Although the company has been tight-lipped about how its next browser will look and act, Microsoft's Russian subsidiary appears to have spilled the beans.
The Windows Phone 7 emulator released at Mix this week had a fair bit of Microsoft's stuff hidden, but one developer managed to jimmy his way in.