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Windows Phone 7 review

Have you been looking for the definitive review of Windows Phone 7? Well look no further. Microsoft'

Don't forget: Microsoft is (supposedly) working on a Windows app store, too

Mary Jo Foley: I'm seeing some Windows users ridicule (and a few quietly pining for) Microsoft to do what Apple announced today: Create an Apple-like App Store for Windows.

Supposedly, that's in the works, as some may recall from Windows 8 slides that leaked earlier this year. Remember those early-concept Windows 8 slides — the ones everyone believes Microsoft shared with its hardware partners (even though Microsoft still has not confirmed their veracity)?

Apple previews upcoming Mac OS X Lion

At a special Mac-focused event in Cupertino on Wednesday, Apple previewed the next version of its OS X operating system, called Lion.

webOS 2.0 review

Engadget: When it comes to webOS 2.0 (now actually called HP webOS), it almost felt like we'd never

How Existing Customers Can Transition To Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Online Services Team Blog has a write up on how to transition from BPOS to Office 365.

For any Software as a Service provider, it is critical to release updates and deliver changes to services in a way that balances continuous improvement with the flexibility to allow customers to control when releases and changes are delivered. Microsoft Online Services provides this balance by offering all existing BPOS customers up to twelve (12) months to transition from BPOS to Office 365. With that flexibility, you can make the transition to Office 365 when it makes sense for your business.

GeForce Forceware 260.93 BETA

Windows 7 64bit download: http://downloads.guru3d.com/GeForce-Forceware-260.93-Win-7-%7C-Vista-64-bit-download-2628.html

Prototype of an Open Web App Ecosystem

Mozilla Labs: The open Web is a great platform for rich applications. It would be even better if it had additional capabilities to ease discovery, acquisition, installation and use of apps, while also enabling monetization for developers. We designed and built a prototype of a system for open Web apps: Apps built using HTML/CSS/JavaScript that work both on computers and mobile phones, have many of the characteristics that users find compelling about native apps and provide developers with open and flexible distribution options.

Today, we are releasing technical documentation of the proposed system and a developer preview prototype that allows you to install, manage and launch Web apps in any modern desktop or mobile browser (Firefox 3.6 and later, Firefox for mobile, Internet Explorer 8, Chrome 6, Safari 5, Opera 10 and WebKit mobile). This prototype provides a simple mechanism to support paid apps and authentication features to allow apps to log users in upon launch...