I’ve kind of touched on this topic before but I think it kinda bears repeating. Assuming Windows 8 is even moderately successful, it may make more sense for developers and advertisers to develop for Windows 8 than for Apple’s iOS. This was a point that was driven home to me by an executive during and after the BUILD...

I met a lot of executives who were interested in Windows 8 and the related development tools at the BUILD conference this September. One of those executives was Naveen Jain who is the CEO of Sparkart Inc. located in Oakland California. This is part 3 of an interview I did with Naveen Jain and his VP of Engineering...

I met a lot of executives who were interested in Windows 8 and the related development tools at the BUILD conference this September. One of those executives was Naveen Jain who is the CEO of Sparkart Inc. located in Oakland California. This is part 2 of an interview I did with Naveen Jain and his VP of Engineering...

So at the BUILD conference this September, Microsoft sponsored an optional dinner with a bunch of bloggers and some CEO’s of companies that were excited about Windows 8 and the new Metro interface. It was a pleasant enough event where we got to ask questions and hear some of the concerns and reactions of these...