Microsoft is trying to attract developers to its Windows Phone mobile operating system, having reduced the cost of a developer membership and improving its benefits.
Microsoft is now offering lifetime accounts for Dev Center, with a one-time registration payment enabling developers to submit apps for Windows Phone and Windows, which costs $19 for individuals and $99 for companies. Previously developers would have had to pay this subscription fee once a year.
The big day is almost here. Microsoft reveals the new Xbox at an event held on its Redmond, Wash.-based campus tomorrow, and speculation runs rampant around the web. We do not even know the name of this next-generation console, let alone what capabilities the device will come with.
Even as Nokia prepares to reveal some new Windows Phone Lumia smartphones on Tuesday, one Chinese designer already has a terrific idea for what future Windows Phone devices might look like and how they will work.
In a YouTube video that was posted in March but only recently promoted, designer KuanGaa Chen of IDEA Mediaworks brings us the 'Surface-N' concept video. As you can see above, the concept shows a display that fills almost the entire side of the case. It states that the phone would have 4K resolution along with Gorilla Glass that is 0.44 mm thick.
The BYOD phenomenon is old news, with support from most companies. For IT organizations, that means ensuring proper security and management over the mobile devices employees are likely to use. In the last year, Apple's iPhone and iPad have become the new corporate standards due to high user satisfaction and superior security capabilities.