Once again, a year is over — for me, 2010 was very interesting. Much has happened, including unforeseen events. Come with me on a timeline journey and let’s think back to the most interesting events in 2010!
Microsoft has released an update for its Windows Live Messenger App for iPhone. The update fixes numerous errors, but also contains several new features that have been included in Messenger Wave 4 as well.
Synchronizing your Hotmail messages, contacts and calendar is getting easier, for example when using iPhone. Windows Live Hotmail is now compatible with the Exchange ActiveSync standard. Here is how to set this up.
Yesterday, Steve Jobs talked about his decision not to support Adobe Flash, when he got interviewed on the D8 Conference.
Last week only, Microsoft announced the introduction of Windows Live Messenger for Apple’s iPhone. Now, the new application was demonstrated for the first time in a video.
With reMail, Google takes over a specialist for mobile e-mail solutions.
For years, Apple has been prohibiting the Flash technology on iPhone, iPod touch and lately on iPad too. However, user interest is quite high, according to current statistics by Adobe.
Microsoft’s free Bing App for iPhone can search the Web, news, photos and maps. But in one central feature, it continuously crashes: When you use its Voice control. However, the Bing for Mobile team is working on an update.
As announced last week, Microsoft has released the Bing App for iPhone. Since last night, it can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store.
Microsoft is currently working on an iPhone App for Windows Live Messenger, as well as for Bing.