New gadgets are available!

Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve posted an update here.  But don’t fear–we’re still here!  In fact, we’ve been very busy working away on a whole host of exciting new things, and I’m pleased to be able to share with you the first fruits of that labor: 4 exciting new gadgets! (OK, technically we’ve released…

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One-stop shop for Windows SideShow development information

Thanks to the wonderful folks who manage the Windows Hardware Developer Central website, we’ve finally got ourselves a home for all things related to developing gadgets and devices for Windows SideShow!  This is a great one-stop shop with all the major links you need, organized neatly by topic.  The Windows SideShow page on WHDC is…


Using the Windows(r) SideShow(tm) Trademark

Did you know that “Windows SideShow” is trademarked by Microsoft?  That means there are a lot of rules and requirements around using Windows SideShow in any text, marketing materials, logos, articles, products, etc.  To help you with understanding these arcane rules, we’ve put together a use guidelines document which describes generally what is allowed and…

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The official Windows SideShow newsgroup: microsoft.public.windows.sideshow

Momentum is gaining, devices are coming to market, there are actually gadgets on the Windows Live Gallery–wow!  So, where do you turn when you have a question or problem?  Why, the brand new microsoft.public.windows.sideshow newsgroup, of course!  Unlike our MSDN Forum which is for development-related questions, the newsgroup has an end-user focus.  It’s a place…


It’s that time of the year again…Conference Season!

Sure, CES was a blast and you got to see some cool toys, but you really didn’t get to learn anything about how to build them yourself, did you?  Or, maybe you’re new to Windows SideShow and just want to see what all the hoopla is about?  Well, have no fear, we’re coming to a…