Microsoft announced native support for 3D Printers; however, are they ready for prime time?
Articles Written by Bradley Jones
Microsoft Build 2013 presented Microsoft's plans for the coming months for developers. On the first day, there were a number of announcements ranging from Windows 8.1 to a Bing platform.
Microsoft made a lot of comments at their latest conference, Microsoft Tech Ed 2013. One thing is clear. Microsoft is moving ahead with their plans around the Cloud and Windows. I summarize many of the tidbits in some of the observations I made.
There is a lot of excitement about new gaming consoles. Microsoft announced the Xbox One. While it has great potential, I jot down ten question that come to mind.
A lot of people have lots of comments telling Microsoft what is wrong with Windows 8 and with what should be changed or fixed. Many of these people have even loaded and ran the operating system. See if you agree with my perspectives.
Microsoft is increasing the size of the Microsoft Build Conference in June. For those that didn't register before it sold out, signing the wait list might have been a move that pays off!