MSN Onit Windows Phone 7 application hands on video

Microsoft has just released a new MSN application for Windows Phone 7 today which is apparently aimed at only one demographic: Young Men. MSN Onit is essential a MSN news readers which puts an emphasis on what guys are attracted too: Women, cars, Money, fitness etc.. So how doe it look like? Performance is quite good and UI retains follows the Metro guidelines. The only cons I see is that it’s strictly aimed at US users (and is only available in the US Marketplace AFAICS) and doesn’t run under the lock screen (unlike the cool MSN Videos application). Check out my MSN Onit hands-on video after the break:

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Videos of Adobe Flash 10.2 on Android 3.0 tablets

I’m a little late on this one but it’s always good to post about interesting subjects anyway I guess. As you probably remember Adobe has announced the availability of the beta version of Flash 10.2 for Android 3.0 tablets last week so here are some hand’s video of the plugin in action on the only Honeycomb tablet currently available, the Motorola Xoom. But before watching them just keep in mind that this is still a beta release so performance will (o will not..) improve later one:

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4th & Mayor Windows Phone 7 Foursquare application completely trashes the official one

What does Microsoft’s Jeff Wilcox do on his spare time? Develop the best Foursquare application for windows Phone 7 and show everybody about developing in Silverlight for WP7 should be done. Jeff is a Senior Engineer on the Silverlight Windows Phone team and will have a talk about titled “Analyzing and Improving Windows Phone Application Performance” at next month’s MIX11 event. But the best you could do right now is actually try 4th & Mayor yourself and enjoy the best Foursquare UX on Windows Phone 7. I’ve shot a short video of the application in action that you can watch below:

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