CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell combs through today's XNA game announcements from GDC to find the best game for Microsoft's Zune.
But Microsoft is telling game developers to concentrate on the phones.
At the annual Las Vegas event, Microsoft plans to show its latest browser and give developers the tools they need to write software for the forthcoming Windows Phone 7 series devices.
XNA Studio Express enables DIY Xbox games
If Microsoft brings back the Start Button and adds a boot-to-desktop option with Windows Blue, should Windows developers still be counting on Metro as their future?
CNET's Ina Fried talks to Microsoft's Charlie Kindel about writing software for the new phone and gets a look at Redmond's new-look Phone operating system.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 SDK is now expected around the time Windows Phone 8 itself launches, which is expected to be October 29.
Following this week's beta of Windows Phone 7 Developer Tools, Microsoft releases the beta of a training kit that teaches how to write apps for the platform.
There wasn't much big news during Microsoft's keynote address at the Game Developers Conference, though the ability of community members to get their games distributed on Xbox Live is interesting.
Hardware acceleration means that fish in a version of IE9 due later this year swim circles around those in today's iPhone 4. Microsoft showed its speed test at Mobile World Congress.