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We know that Australia will get an Azure data centre at some point next year. That’s not the only expansion happening. Japan will also get a pair of data centres around the same time, and China is getting in even earlier, with trials for its two new centres beginning in June.
Windows/Mac: CupCloud makes it easy to save and stop your work on one computer and pick right up where you left off on another. You can also save your session so you can reboot your computer and get back to work without opening your tabs or applications again.
As we reported this morning, Microsoft is planning to launch two local Azure data centres in Australia. When will they launch? Will there be a cost difference? Lifehacker got the answers direct from Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s global president for Server & Tools.
FINAL ROUND! Good news developers: you still have tonight to complete and submit your app and chase the dream. Simply submit your new app to the Windows Store (even if it’s an Android or iOS port) and you could win the chance to present your app to thousands of industry-types at Microsoft’s TechEd 2013 on the Gold Coast. Then there’s the HP laptops, Xbox bundles and Microsoft peripherals that we’re also giving away…
Windows: As good as camera phones are these days, they can still produce some blurry images, especially of moving subjects or in low light. While you could try to sharpen them up in a feature-rich app like Photoshop and futz around with a bunch of sliders and settings to get decent results, SmartDeblur does a great job with a lot less fuss.