A developer working on the VLC player team for Windows Phone has revealed that the popular application will be hitting Microsoft's mobile platform very soon as a private beta.
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Thanks to a new leaked document, we now know Google is working on a unifying design language that will span all applications and we could learn more at Google I/O which takes place at the end of June.
A new and uncensored screenshot from the same alleged Facebook profile page that leaked earlier this month has appeared online, which may offer better release date information on Windows 9 and more.
Images of Microsoft's touch-friendly version of Office for Windows have been accidentally posted by Microsoft, giving the best glimpse of the apps yet.
Abandoning skeumorphism for a flatter UI, the new Spotify desktop app introduces a much cleaner interface and new ways on how to interact with and sort your favorite music.
Mozilla has announced that it has put the development of its Firefox browser made for the Modern UI of Windows 8 on hold and it sounds like it will be in that position indefinitely.
Windows 8 UX designer talks about the decisions behind the Metro interface, as well as why they were made, and why its a necessary evil that power users must endure.
Two years, almost to the day, since announcing plans for its development, Mozilla today released a beta of Firefox for Windows 8 Touch, its finger-friendly browser designed for Microsoft's Modern UI.
Mozilla's current plans for the Windows 8 Modern UI version of Firefox have changed again, with an official launch now scheduled for March 18th instead of late January.
A new concept for Windows 8.2 developed by a 20-year-old designer looks pretty impressive as it aims to more successfully integrate the classic Desktop with the new Modern UI and Start screen.
Mozilla has revealed a new start screen UI for the upcoming Windows 8 port of its Firefox browser - referred to as the 'Metro' version - which is expected to come out of beta testing in early 2014.
Google has updated the Beta channel to include "noisy tabs" that display icons whenever audio, webcam or a cast is being used making it easier to track the offender, as well as malware detection.
Microsoft's Windows Phone head Joe Belfiore posted up word on his Twitter account that today is the third anniversary of the Windows Phone 7 launch, and the first use of the "Metro-Modern" UI.
Microsoft's new 'By The Numbers' site shares a range of stats about the company's products and achievements, featuring Live Tiles and a design inspired by the Windows 8 Start screen.
It was one year ago today that Windows 8 was released to manufacturing amid heavy criticism and high hopes. Now we take a look back and see where the OS has succeeded and where it has failed.
Skype has redesigned its Android app to make its appearance nearly identical to the Microsoft subsidiary's apps on Windows platforms, and it plans to continue releasing updates in the coming months.
Nokia has run an advert on prime time UK TV that teases the upcoming Lumia, set to be unveiled on May 14th in London. The advert shows a bulging camera - will it have the 808 PureView's camera?
Arturo Toledo, the former Senior User Experience Designer for Windows Phone, has offered his thoughts on the evolving Modern (Metro) UI design that is in place in the Windows Phone WP8 beta.
Images of Windows 8.1 build 9385 have today leaked to the internet. The build is expected to include numerous bug fixes and the possibility of the returned Start button evident in code.
Microsoft will be releasing updates for its Bing apps on Windows 8 and RT. These updates bring new features and bug fixes to the Bing News, Travel, Sports, Finance and Maps applications.
Mozilla will launch an update for its standard Firefox "Nightly" version that will add support for the Metro UI, several months after Mozilla launched its first Windows 8 Metro version of the browser.
We chat with "BoneyardBrew" a long time Neowin forum member who has launched a new version of his popular Steam skin that makes the download client look like the Windows 8 "Metro" interface.
Yahoo is testing out a new home page redesign that looks a lot like the "Metro" titles found on Windows 8, right now to the arrows that let uses move the tiles left and right.
The schedule of events for Microsoft's BUILD 2012 conference this week would suggest that the Microsoft Design Language is the new term for the design style in Windows 8 formerly known as "Metro."
If you have Windows 8 installed, it may be worth checking out the Windows Store as reports are coming in that the Skype download is now live for some folks but not everyone seems to have active links.
Another term has been uncovered that describes The Design Language Formerly Known As Metro... but could "Microsoft design style" be the final choice of nomenclature for the company's visual identity?
Last week, Microsoft confirmed that Windows 8's built in applications would receive a major update, and today they've released some of those applications to the public.
One of Mozilla's programmers has shared more information on what's contained in the recently launched first public version of the Firefox web browser for Windows 8.
One of the people involved in the recent redesign of the Microsoft.com website posted up an article where he talks about how he and the website team created its new look.
Mozilla has released Firefox 18.0a1, and while normally this wouldn't be too exciting, this time around the nightly version includes a Modern UI version of Firefox, which we went hands-on with briefly
A beta version of the Skype.com website is showing up for some visitors, showing off a new Modern UI inspired design for the official website of the Internet VoIP service.
Following on from Outlook.com getting a Modern UI flavour during the summer months, Microsoft are going all in, taking their redesigned Microsoft.com out of preview and making it live.
A new and extensive article on Windows 8 and Microsoft's design choices for the upcoming operating system reveals that the first mockup for Windows 8 was called "Pocahontas".
Despite an official memo several weeks ago that tells the company to stop using the "Metro" brand for Windows 8 apps, Microsoft continues to use Metro in new online documents.
The signals coming out of Microsoft only suggest that you should never, ever use "Metro" to describe the new UI within Windows or your apps, but what is the official name then? One member takes a look
If you liked the image we posted yesterday of Skype for Metro, you are going to love our hands on with the new application. Make the jump to see more images and our first impressions
We all knew that it was coming but Neowin has been sent images from what we are told is Skype for the Modern UI. Make the jump to see some of the first images for the Modern UI platform.
Microsoft isn't banning the use of the word "Metro" in the titles of Windows 8 apps sold on the Windows Store after all, as a note with that restriction has now been removed from Microsoft's site.
According to a statement from Microsoft, the company will not certify any Windows 8 apps for posting in its Windows Store that has the word "Metro" in its title.
A couple of Neowin members have created some concepts for how the "Metro" (now "modern) UI could be used in the File Explorer feature for Microsoft's Windows 8.
An email sent to one of our readers may indicated that Microsoft has already started using the "modern" branding to talk about the UI previously known as "Metro".
Microsoft references to the interface previously known as Metro on its websites appear to refer to the interface as "Modern" instead of the previously reported "Windows 8 style."
Microsoft has decided on a new name for Metro and they have carefully selected the name, Windows 8. While we wish we could make this up, make the jump to learn more about the new naming convention.