Monday, March 14, 2011

Microsoft Fusion Labs


                      You know we are a busy people. We like to stay that way it seems. We do however like our news and our social media. With Microsoft Fusion Labs, you can have all of that. I wasn't ware of this until recently. I'm really not a huge fan of Microsoft, but I thought that I would give this a spin. Fusion Labs works in partnership with product and research teams to ideate, develop, and deliver new social, real time, and media rich experiences for home and for work. Fuse Labs experiences gives users new ways to create, connect, and collaborate with people, information and ideas that matter to them.


                      There are some very interesting projects at Fusion Labs. Some of the few include Docs for Facebook. I know that at times, you can only post so much on Facebook, but usually people have more things on their minds. Docs gives you a great, flexible social productivity experience. You can decide who to share with. A truly rich experience. There is Bing Twitter Maps as well. It seems millions upon millions of people are always using Twitter to keep up on so many different topics. By seeing where those people are in real time, the experience brings an event or place to life right there on the Bing map in front of you. You can even zoom in and check out the street levels.  These are just a few of the examples that Fusion Labs has to offer. There are a total of 9 different applications. Don't take my word for it though. Head on over there for yourself and see what Fusion can do for you. They can be found at the following link: http://fuse.microsoft.com/projects.aspx  The best part of these applications is that not only can you enjoy them at home, but you can take them with you as well. They are freely available for Windows phone 7.  As always get out there and enjoy your day!  

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The "check out the street levels" is made by the help of Google earth?

Thanks! I know, Bing surely can't do the things that Google can.

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