Getting bored when going to a public urinal?

If  you are gentleman, I am sure you have been in this situation where you were relieving yourself at a public urinal and got bored ‘cause there was nothing to do, look or listen to in the meantime but staring at the wall… Well, here is a cool idea that this British Company called Captive…

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Windows Embedded Standard 7 for developers certification exam now available in 6 languages

If you are a Windows Embedded Standard 7 developer and want to be certified, you can pass the official Microsoft exam 70-582. If you prefer passing the exam in your language, then you could look at the 6 languages that the exam is now available in: English French German Japanese Korean Chinese (Simplified) You can…

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Custom Media Center Experience with Windows Embedded Standard 7

Windows Embedded Standard 7 allows Connected Media Devices manufacturers to leverage Media Center experience in their next generation of set-top boxes. Windows Embedded provides resources to allow them to customize this experience to make it unique. In this video you will discover what can be done to rebrand the experience, customize Media Center start menu…

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DLNA support in Windows Embedded Standard 7

DLNA is a protocol that enable multimedia devices to discover each other and share content. Windows Embedded Standard 7 offers DLNA support for Connected Media Devices manufacturers to create advanced multimedia experiences. In this video you will see how you can use DLNA to stream content from a Windows Phone 7 device to a WES7…

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Windows 7 features for Embedded

Windows Embedded Standard 7 is based on Windows 7 and therefore benefits from all the goodness of Windows 7. Using Windows 7 features, in addition to the specific Embedded ones added to the OS, you can deliver unique and specialized experiences. In this video you will see how tools and frameworks such as Windows Touch,…

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Kinect for Windows SDK beta… anyone plannning to try it on Windows Embedded Standard 7?

I am wondering if anyone out there is planning to play around with Kinect for Windows SDK on a Windows Embedded Standard 7 image? If yes, can you share what the usage scenario you think could be? For those who have not seen the announcement, the SDK will be available here: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/projects/kinectsdk/ EDIT: The beta…

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