Lenovo announces new 13-inch YOGA Tablet 2

After announcing new 8-inch and 10-inch YOGA Tablet 2 models earlier this month, today Lenovo is announcing a new 13-inch model. Like the 8-inch and 10-inch models, the YOGA Tablet 2 13-inch has four distinct modes: Hold, Stand, Tilt, and the newest mode, Hang. The YOGA Tablet 2 13-inch has a stunning Quad HD IPS… Read more

Introducing Microsoft Health

Today we are announcing a new platform called Microsoft Health that is designed to make it easier for you to track your personal fitness and give you a more holistic view into your fitness activities. Microsoft Health will unite data like steps, calories, heart rate and more from different health and fitness devices and services… Read more

Sprout by HP – New Immersive Computing Platform with a Natural User Interface (NUI)

HP has unveiled a powerful and innovative new immersive computing platform today that comes with Windows 8.1 and a Natural User Interface (NUI) experience that lets you physically interact with the digital world. I haven’t seen an All-in-One before that is quite like this…   Sprout by HP has a unique desktop All-in-One form factor… Read more

EventDay leverages Microsoft Azure to streamline conferences for organizers and attendees

Successful conferences require immense planning and organization; EventDay, a set of powerful mobile apps, empowers conference organizers to maintain control of the planned program, and operate efficiently while helping attendees manage their schedules, and options. A passionate event planner, Scott Cate founded EventDay on the .NET platform and has since scaled it across platforms and… Read more

Windows 10: Making Deployment Easier

As Joe mentioned in this blog post, the amount of interest in the Windows 10 preview has been phenomenal. We appreciate that IT pros are trying out the new features and providing feedback. But more importantly, we appreciate the sheer number of devices that you are upgrading from previous versions of Windows – whether from… Read more

Apache Cordova and WinJS

This post was written by Josh Rennert, Program Manager, Windows Ecosystem & Frameworks team Apache Cordova enables developers to build native applications by using the most common web programming languages: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Tapping into its set of APIs—colloquially known as plugins—permits access to the native device functionality within iOS, Android, Windows, and Windows… Read more

Updates to the Windows Store and Windows Phone Store policies

This week we released updated app certification policies on Dev Center for Windows Phone apps and Windows Store apps and accompanying updates to the Application Developer Agreement.  This update adjusts the policies to make them more clear and easier to understand, revises the privacy policy statement and combines the Windows and Windows Phone policy documentation into… Read more

Windows 10: Security and Identity Protection for the Modern World

There’s been so much excitement and energy around the Windows 10 Technical Preview – including incredible momentum around the Windows Insider Program, where we recently hit 1 million total registrants, and over 200,000 pieces of user-initiated feedback. Thank you for signing-up for the program and providing us with your feedback! We want Windows 10 to… Read more