Monthly Archives October 2008

iPhones in the Mesh

I’ve been using Mesh on my PC’s for a while now, it’s hard to say just how useful it it having my documents and files available where ever I am.  It’s one of those things that you don’t realise you need until you have it! With the release of the Mac and Windows Mobile CTP’s […] Read More…

MeshMobile (as in ‘BatMobile’!)

Ages ago when Live Mesh was first announced I watched Ori Amiga’s demo on Channel 9 that showed not just the File sharing aspects of Mesh, but how it could be used for applications.  It really impressed me and being a bit of a petrolhead one of the first apps I thought about was something […] Read More…

Macs in the Mesh

After a couple of false starts the Mesh team have just released the Community Tech Preview of the Mesh client. I’ve just installed it on my Macbook here and at all works very well indeed.  Once signed in you can add and sync your Meshed folders easily and get to all the same docs and […] Read More…

Engineering Windows 7

I’ve just read through the latest posting over on the Engineering Windows 7 blog, this time a follow up post on Desktop Search.  Reading though the posts on there I keep thinking about just how good blogs can be when used properly. In that blog the product team are able to talk about not only […] Read More…

Google Androids breaking Windows

Since T-Mobile launched the first Google Android based phone a few weeks ago I’ve read a few good pieces about the both the phone itself and the overall platform.  I find it interesting that pretty much all the articles and blogs compare Android directly with the iPhone.  From what I’ve seen it’s more an alternative […] Read More…