Microsoft has published a video promoting its Windows Azure platform as a fast, stable and secure platform for creating high availability services, including those that can be used with Windows Phone 7 applications. The video shows T-Mobile USA discussing the process of creating the Family Room application for the HTC HD7 on WP7 using the platform, mentioning that the project only took six weeks to complete. The Family Room platform is a tool in the digital age that allows family members to share all sorts of information across devices. You might not be a huge fan of Windows Phone 7, but the video is interesting enough to check out.
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