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  • Steam Starts Selling Windows Apps Just Before Windows Store Launch

    Steam Starts Selling Windows Apps Just Before Windows Store Launch

    As anticipated in August, digital game seller Steam is now offering Windows non-game applications. It acts like a traditional app store. After the reviewing process, apps are available to purchase in a centralized store. Users can choose where to install their apps in the latest Steam beta. However, like Amazon’s Appstore for Android, Valve can discount apps if it thinks that it… Read More

  • Microsoft’s Windows Store Is Now Open For All Developers In 120 Markets

    Microsoft’s Windows Store Is Now Open For All Developers In 120 Markets

    Microsoft just announced that the Windows Store, the app store for the company’s upcoming Windows 8 release, is now open for app submissions from all developers, including individuals. This marks the final step in Microsoft’s program to bring the Windows Store to as many developers around the world as possible. Microsoft also announced that it is now ready for submissions in 82… Read More

  • Where Are The Killer Apps For Windows 8 Metro?

    Where Are The Killer Apps For Windows 8 Metro?

    Love it or hate it, but Windows 8 will soon arrive on computers around you. While virtually all of your old programs will likely run without a hitch in desktop mode, it’s the Windows 8 Metro interface (or whatever Microsoft now wants to call it), that brings the biggest changes to the OS for users and developers alike. What Microsoft really needs right now more than anything else, though… Read More