Fever Pitched is a summary of the top three stories from my Fever RSS Aggregator over the past week.
This is also our first video based episode of the weekly column – enjoy!
110.5 Degrees – Windows Store. Microsoft announced more details about their upcoming app store that will be integrated with Windows 8 and also revealed that the Windows 8 Public Beta will be in late February 2012.
- Windows Store Details Announced from gHacks
- Analyzing Windows Store tidbits from istartedsomething
- New Windows Store tidbits, blog from Within Windows
- Windows 8 First Apps Contest from MSDN Blogs
- Microsoft details Windows Store, set to debut with Windows 8 beta in February from GeekWire
- Microsoft shows off Windows Store app platform from Techradar
- Introducing the Windows Store Blog from WindowsObserver.com
- Blog Post: Windows Store Preview & App Contest from Windows Team Blog
- Microsoft demos Windows Store for Windows 8: confirms late February Windows 8 beta from LiveSide.net
108.6 Degrees – Xbox 360 Dashboard Update. Microsoft released the latest update refresh for their Xbox 360 consoles which puts a lot of emphasis on TV and entertainment viewing options making the Xbox 360 much more of a entertainment console. The Windows Phone Xbox Companion App was also released with this update.
- Infographic: Evolution of TV and Entertainment from WindowsObserver.com
- Microsoft (including Windows!) on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Today from The Windows Blog
- Xbox Companion app due out tomorrow from WPCentral.com
- Microsoft Corporate Vice President for Xbox Live Discusses Dashboard Update from WindowsObserver.com
- The future of XBOX is apps, on your TV from istartedsomething
- Can Microsoft take over the living room with Xbox, Kinect, and Bing? from LiveSide.net
- Xbox Companion for Windows Phone coming December 6th from Xbox Live’s Major Nelson
- Blog Post: Bing on Xbox: The Future of Entertainment Search from Site Blogs
- The Future of TV Begins this week on Xbox 360 from Xbox Live’s Major Nelson
102.4 Degrees – SkyDrive File Issue. After revealing a significant update last week there was a small glitch as users were not able to get their documents from SkyDrive via the Windows Phone 7 Office Hub. The SkyDrive team developed a fix very quickly and no files were lost by anyone!
- Issue opening SkyDrive files and notebooks from the Office hub on Windows Phone from The Windows Blog
- How-to: Restore SkyDrive files missing from the Office Hub from The Windows Blog
- OneNote and document issue with recent SkyDrive upgrade from WPCentral.com
- “Lost” your SkyDrive OneNote files on your Windows Phone? Here’s the workaround from LiveSide.net
- Windows Phone Office Hub Docs Encounter Issues After New SkyDrive Update from WindowsObserver.com