I have resumed writing at Techie-Buzz. This past week, Microsoft’s //build/ conference gave me an opportunity to write something about the company and its moves.
At //build/, Microsoft made key announcements to get closer to realizing their vision of “One Windows”, hoping to increase developer interest in Windows.
//build 2014: One Windows Vision Coming Together For Microsoft
I am not a gamer, but I have an Xbox 360. I got it when Kinect was introduced and when they shifted the focus to entertainment. I am a happy customer, paying for Xbox LIVE Gold, and cannot wait to get the XBOX ONE.
Update: Found this amazing Kinect video at Wired. Watch it all the way. It is awesome.
The much-anticipated Xbox v.Next is going to be revealed at Microsoft campus on May 21. #XboxReveal event will be streamed live.
#XboxReveal: Next Xbox Coming on May 21
Windows Phone needs a lot of fixes. This post goes into some key issues with Xbox Music and Video apps that need to be addressed quickly.
Windows Phone 8: Xbox Music and Video Issues
My peeves with Windows Phone 8 after using a Nokia Lumia 920 for three weeks.
Windows Phone Sucks
Microsoft Minesweeper Arrives on Windows RT, finally.
Microsoft Minesweeper Arrives on Windows RT
I finally got to use a Surface with Windows RT. I love it.
Surface with Windows RT: Likes
Xbox Music is a beautiful-looking service which comes with some asterisks, which Microsoft needs to knock off very soon.
Xbox Music – a Great Service with Some Asterisks
Microsoft is shifting from being a software company to a devices and services company. Welcome to the Modern Microsoft.
Devices, Services and the Modern Microsoft
What are the implications of Microsoft’s second reset with mobile in two years? Is Microsoft doomed, or is it ready for its next chapter?
Windows Phone 8: Second Reset in Two Years