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by on February 6th, 2010

Do you know that you don't need an IDE to deploy a Windows Azure package in the development fabric? There can be a time when you are on a machine that is not equipped with Visual Studio or any other IDE that supports Windows Azure development and you still need to deploy a package on development fabric. Windows Azure SDK comes with CSPack and CSRun that allows you to create an Azure package and deploy it on the development fabric by using command line interface. Even if you have all the tools you can still give it a try to enjoy the classic raw development feeling :).


Josh Holmes has written a very good small tutorial on using the command line tools to create a sample Windows Azure package and then deploy it on development fabric. check it out

by on February 6th, 2010

DirectX_logoAs a developer If you're using Direct3D 11 then you surely need this. The February 2010 DirectX SDK is now available for download with much better support for Direct3D 11 analysis. If you are developing with DirectX using Direct 3D 11 then I highly recommend that you should download and install the February 2010 release because the support for Direct3D is highly improved.

by on January 30th, 2010

ilogo This guy who seems to be a cooking expert has made an awesome recipe for the iSandwich 4G! It’s a sandwich that looks like an iPhone or iPod Touch. He says:

What would you do, if Steve Jobs is coming for lunch? Be creative and make an iSandwich 4G! This is how you can Do It Yourself.

Visit to know how you can make your own iSandwich 4G.

by on January 29th, 2010

bing-logo It’s really wonderful to see the world community working against the disaster in Haiti. Microsoft has contributed a lot to help victims of this disaster. I just came to know that the Bing translator now has support for Haitian Creole.



Microsoft is using their technology to contribute in the relief effort. Lisa Brummel, the, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Microsoft says:

by on January 29th, 2010

image The Classics app for iPhone and iPod touch is one of the most downloaded apps. If you are fond of reading classics then this app is for you. It has a classic bookshelf like interface that iBook(for iPad) has adapted now. The app was available for $0.99 on the App store but after Apple has announced the iBook app for iPad, It is now free to download.

by on January 28th, 2010

This clip from the movie Der Utergang is edited to add humorous English sub-titles by number of people on Youtube! Probably you must have seen the funny English subtitle versions of this clip in which Hitler rants about many things like finding out no camera on iPod Touch, getting banned from XBOX Live and even ranting about his own parodies. This time, Hitler looses his faith in Apple because of iPad

by on January 28th, 2010

googleprivacylogo People are more curious now about their privacy on internet . As Google is an internet giant, it has a huge amount of user’s private data. Everyone is curious about this data as we don’t know what Google has and what it can do with it. They can even expose it (who knows) to intelligence agencies or other 3rd parties. To make us feel that Google gives a lot of priority to our privacy, Google tells about it’s 5 privacy principles:

by on January 28th, 2010

Apple’s iPad was one of the most awaited Apple products this year that has made Apple fans crazy again. Although it looks like an awesome device but I was expecting a little more.

ipad_hero4_20100127Experiencing an Apple device is always a different thing, you can’t really tell if the device is good for you or not unless you adapt it in your daily life. But so far according to what I know about this device, I think these are the good, the bad and the ugly things about it:

by on January 28th, 2010

Today, Apple unveiled the Apple iPad. The iPad page on Apple’s site is up and has this video that is full of enthusiasm for Apple’s new tablet. It surely looks like a wonderful device and after watching this video I am even more excited. The 3G model will be available in 60 days and the one with WiFi only will be available in 90 days. Also checkout initial details about iPad that I have recently posted.  

by on January 28th, 2010

In the Apple Event happening now, Steve Jobs has finally announced the most awaited Apple product this year: The iPad. iPad is a tablet that, according to Steve Jobs, covers the space between a Notebook and Phone. iPad OS looks almost exactly like iPhone OS but with a bigger screen and amazingly improved User Experience.


Steve Jobs demonstrated the iPad and it seems to be very comfortable using it. Typing experience looked very easy and he was doing it without any mistake. Everything seems to be flawless. It’s like a big iPhone! you can enjoy games, listen to music, surf the internet and do more.

by on January 26th, 2010

<a href='' target='_blank'>Google</a>_Chrome_Icon The simplest web browser, Google Chrome, was too simple to even have extensions. And those who are addicted to Firefox addons never took Chrome seriously for their primary web browsing. But now, Google has just released a stable release of Chrome’s new version that includes extensions, bookmark sync and more.

by on January 24th, 2010

The idea of Netbooks has rapidly evolved as the requirement for general computing is becoming more needy. It’s not just the general computing but also the low price and high portability has made them valuable. I am not a big fan of netbooks but the idea of a computer that is low cost and has computing power enough to enjoy web and other SAAS apps is really wonderful.

As our first review unit, we got a Dell INSPIRON Mini 10v. It is one of the most popular netbook in the market because of its sleek design, design customization options(not in all countries) and specs.

by on January 22nd, 2010

Detailed Guide: How to Jailbreak Your iPod Touch 1G, 2G 3.1.2 with Sn0wbreezeWe already have a guide on how to jailbreak your iPhone and iPod Touch with Sn0wbreeze but the version we used to write the guide was not final. The final version of sn0wbreeze is out now! For those who don’t know, Sn0wbreeze is a tool to jailbreak your iPhone and iPod Touch running 3.1.2 firmware.

by on January 20th, 2010


After Apple acquired lala, the idea came in buzz that Apple may use it for their online streaming service. The Music Executive has confirmed that the idea of iTunes on cloud is real.



Another prediction that Apple's acquisition of streaming music service Lala will result in a cloud-based iTunes service was offered Tuesday, with a digital music executive suggesting purchased content will be available from any browser or Internet-connected device.

Read more at Apple Insider

For years there’s been speculation that Apple would supplement their $1/song (now $1.29) iTunes business with a monthly subscription service, but their upcoming plans are quite different and once again are positioning them to lead the digital music industry into a new era. Leveraging their ubiquitous iTunes software Apple plans to upgrade their users almost over night to a cloud music service in an ambitious move to beat Amazon and others to a cloud music service. Record labels are wary to give Apple even greater dominance which is why Apple’s new strategy is designed to sidestep new licenses from the major labels.

Read more at Tech Crunch

Right now, their new Cloud Player doesn't do all that much, we'll admit. In fact, we're sorry to say that it actually seems overwhelmed and broken. When trying to create a playlist, we just see the spinning circle. When we tried to play a track, all we got was a message: "transferring data from" Obviously, this app is nowhere near ready for primetime. It looks like a great idea, sure, but one that's only a pretty picture of what could be. We love that idea, though - an app for finding and playing tracks, discovering music, saving playlists, even creating smart playlists - all in the cloud.

Read more at Read Write Web

by on January 19th, 2010

Patrick Boivin presents the “NINJA'S UNBOXING” of the Nexus One. Sponsored by Google, stop-motion ninjas show the full of action unboxing of the Google’s latest phone.

via Engadget