Published on Mar 13, 2013
A quick demo of the version 1.0 of the official twitter app for Windows! Enjoy. Download the app from here: http://apps.microsoft.com/webpdp/app/…
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Microsoft is well known for its series of “future vision” videos that showcases how technology will advance in the future. Microsoft continues this legacy with a new “future vision” video this year. For the first time, however, the video is actually being narrated. All the other videos that were released in the past had no actual speech in them. So without further ado, here’s the video!
Microsoft’s Future Vision: Live, Work, Play
Published on 1 Mar 2013
http://aka.ms/envision – Technology could transform our life at work, on the go, and at home based on extensive research. This is a snapshot of what the future will look like five to ten years from now. In the years ahead, technology will amplify our senses; help us stay connected to the people we care about and transform the way we live, work and play.
So, I decided to do a let’s play video of a Windows 8/RT game that I really like. This game is Pocket Tanks, which we blogged about earlier. It’s a really fun little game; so if you are curious of the game play or just want to watch me play one round, check out the video below!
Playing Pocket Tanks on Windows 8
Published on 22 Jan 2013
This is the Windows 8 version of Pocket Tanks Delux! Enjoy the gameplay. :)
We blogged earlier today about SNES8X emulator for Windows 8. This is an emulator of the super Nintendo from back in the day. Well, now, I found a neat little video that demos SNES8X pretty well as well as giving you a quick tutorial on how to load game ROMs on to the emulator. We hope you find this useful. If you have questions, please let us know.
How To Run SNES8X Microsoft Surface App and Play Games
Published on 27 Dec 2012
In this video I show you guys how to play super Nintendo games on your Microsoft surface, brought to you by Tedahwooga
I posted a couple of days ago of the potential that Office 365 preview that Microsoft launched last summer would expire today. However, it appears that we had a false alarm! A news reporter of Neowin.net, John Callaham, noted that different people were seeing different expiration dates for Office 365 preview. Newoin, hence, contacted Microsoft about the issue. Microsoft had this to say:
Your trial will not expire but in fact renew automatically. However, the trial will still expire 60 days after the next version of Office becomes available…..people who see the notification in their billing section will not have to reset anything, it will be done automatically. If people have not checked the billing site until now then they wouldn’t have known that something similar has happened in previous months.
I apologize for any inconvenience you may have had. You can still continue to use Office 365 preview or download a trial version of Office 2013 Professional Plus for free until the final version of Office 2013 and Office 365 ships.