Microsoft's Joe Belfiore posted on Twitter that they are hoping to push out an updated for those of you who participate in the preview program that will address several issues including HTC support.
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Microsoft's newest update for its Windows Phone 8.1 OS, Update 1, is now going live around the world. Folks registered as developers can download the update and try it out right now.
The team behind the Cyanogenmod Android custom ROM have explained that they are not intending to release an Android L version of the operating system until it is past the developer preview stage.
Microsoft's latest update to the Calendar app on Windows Phone 8.1 has introduced a serious bug, which causes the app to crash whenever you try to create a new appointment or edit an existing one.
Microsoft has launched Internet Explorer Developer Channel, a beta version of IE that bundles together upcoming features. This is where IE's upcoming changes will be made public for the first time.
Microsoft announced today that it has begun rolling out its third update to the Windows Phone 8.1 Preview for Developers, bringing the latest build for the preview release up to version 12397.
Users of the Windows Phone Preview for Developer program can expect to receive Windows Phone 8.1 "early next week," according to a tweet by Microsoft's Joe Belfiore.
Microsoft has revealed the Windows Phone Preview for Developers, giving devs and platform enthusiasts early access to OS updates, including the ability to download the new WP8 'Update 3' today.
Windows 8.1 build 9391 has reportedly shipped to OEMs ahead of a public preview at Build 2013 conference. Little is known about build 9391, except that it may be the version that is unveiled in June.
In a new post on the official Windows 8 app developer blog, Microsoft offers some advice for migrating apps made for the Developer Preview over to the new Consumer Preview.
Microsoft looks set to abandon the 'Beta' tag, in favour of calling the public pre-release version of its OS the 'Consumer Preview'. But why would it do this, and is it a sensible decision?
A newly discovered Easter Egg in Windows 8 Developer Preview & Windows 8 Beta puts the transparency back into the stripped-down Aero Lite user interface theme.
A Chinese website has posted up images of Windows 8, build 8158 sporting an updated "Charm bar"; a possible companion for the Metro Start Screen? It looks like it can be styled as well.
Steve Ballmer took the stage this morning to announce there has already been over 500,000 downloads of Windows 8 Developer Preview.
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