16 posts • joined Tuesday 17th November 2009 09:32 GMT
Does it land on an Iranian runway????
No involvement from M$
The iPad looks like a HP TC1100 (great machine) to me with a black bezel instead of a gray one. I guess M$ hasn't backed Samsung because they're happy for Android to be put down/stunted until Windows 8 comes out
Good job he's decided to remain anonymous!?!? The Apple Secret Police won't be able to trace him now that you've included his posting this article
I wasn't trolling as I actually write software for Windows Phone 7 devices and I'm not interested in doing so for the Xbox 360.
Here is the misleading part which you failed you quote:
"is open to any projects built with XNA Game Studio 4.0."
Since it's actually only open to projects built with XNA Game Studio for the Xbox 360 it's misleading.
Given that the text in the article has been updated to:
"... is open to any Xbox 360 projects built with XNA Game Studio 4.0, a platform which can also be used to develop games for Windows PCs and Windows Phones" I'd say the author, or whoever changed it agreed with me.
Now who's the troll???
Someone forgot to read the rules of the competition before publishing this story because the comment: "The Dream.Build.Play 2011 Challenge is open to any projects built with XNA Game Studio 4.0, a platform to develop games for Xbox 360, Windows PCs and Windows Phones." is misleading.
The rules state:
"The final version of the Game you submit must be playable by the judging panel on an xbox 360 console...."
Good luck with the PC and Windows Phone 7 games!!!
Wake me up when a netbook with support for 1080p (and by that I mean a screen with that resolution) HD comes out with a reasonable price and battery life. I might be waiting a while but at the moment I'm not feeling the excitement of 720 HD
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