Project Spark is an experience like no other that aims to democratize game making by giving everyone easy-to-use tools to create, play and share their own creations with others. You can instantly play tens of thousands of user-made games, remix a pre-made game, or hop right
It’s a humbling and amazing thing to work on Windows, which is used by over 1.5 billion people in every country of the world. From kids playing with computers for the first time, to writers and journalists, to engineers, to gamers, to CEOs, at some
Seattle: Microsoft will unveil a new name for its best-known product on Tuesday when it offers the first official glimpse of its latest Windows operating system. September just continues to be a huge month for tech news: Not only are we seeing the launches of
Earlier yesterday, the Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 started trickling for users who are on Windows Phone 8.1 Preview for Developers. As the Windows Phone team at Microsoft shared a few days ago, the latest update brings Cortana to China and UK in beta and
Blackberry rolls out BBM for Windows Phone, retains the native user experience and modern design of the Windows UI. BlackBerry has now made its BlackBerry Messenger available for all users on the Windows phone platform. The messaging app is open to Windows Phone 8 and
It was teased at Build 2014 and is now finally available. Windows Phone 8.1 users can now download the Live Lock Screen BETA app to spruce up their Lock screens. One of the coolest features that was shown off at Build 2014 for Windows Phone 8.1, besides Cortana,
During the Microsoft Build 2014 conference in May, one of the hidden features of Windows Phone 8.1 announced is the Lock screen app, made in partnership with developer Rudy Huyn. The secret project was kept at the highest levels as many on the Windows Phone
Lumia 630 is the first Windows Phone 8.1-based smartphone and will be available from 16th May. The single-SIM variant will be launched later this month. Nokia is on a roll and is already out with its new Windows Phone 8.1-based smartphone – the Nokia Lumia
At Build 2014 conference, Microsoft made a slew of software and hardware announcements – including the budget Nokia Lumia 630 and 635 smartphones. Nokia has built a significant part of its business in recent times on lower-end feature- and smartphones, particularly aimed at emerging markets.
Build 2014 conference held in San Francisco, Microsoft made slay of software and hardware announcements. A quick recap of everything announced at the event – and we’re not including the fact that all attendees were treated to an Xbox One and a $500 Microsoft Store gift card.