It could be confusing deciding to buy a Windows 8 tablet on an Intel or an ARM chip. Here we look at the differences between the two.
Microsoft has taken their transparency on this issue one step further by releasing some source code for their Wi-Fi data collection software.
LightSwitch supports exporting data to Excel, and you can also attach your application to existing data sources like SQL Server, Microsoft SQL Azure, SharePoint, Microsoft Office Access (post-Beta), and other third-party data sources.
Next week Microsoft is holding its Worldwide Partner Conference from July 11 through July 14. We could get to see a preview of Windows 8.
Excited about the new Tablet interface for Windows 8? Based on the Metro UI it seems to have received almost universal praise.