Topic: windows apps

Windows Store app certification policy, IBM’s industry-specific predictive analytics, and Chevrolet’s connected auto compatibility—SD Times news digest: May 28, 2015

Microsoft is working to improve its Windows Store experience by enforcing a more rigid app certification policy. The 10.1 policy will apply to new and existing customers, and is designed to eliminate app store clutter, ensure apps are appropriately priced, distinguish between informational and non-informational apps, and ensure apps have relevant titles and keywords. Microsoft … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 28, 2014—IBM’s Watson Discovery Advisor, and new Windows Store app certification requirements

IBM opens its supercomputer to scientist IBM wants to accelerate the pace of scientific breakthroughs. The company has announced Watson Discovery Advisor, a cloud-based tool designed to scale and speed up discoveries by research teams, according to IBM. “We’re entering an extraordinary age of data-driven discovery,” said Mike Rhodin, senior vice president of the IBM … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Windows developers get a voice

Microsoft will launch a program that would allow developers to respond to user comments on their apps … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Windows app developers get more control

Microsoft makes a few changes to help manage an app’s availability and simplify certification requirements for Windows Store … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Create applications—without any programming—in minutes

Microsoft releases Project Siena, enabling business users to build mobile applications for the enterprise … continue reading Protection Status