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6/6/2012
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Microsoft on{X} For Android: A Visual Tour

Microsoft--yes, Microsoft--has a new Android programming platform called on{x} and it's great. Developed by the Microsoft R&D team in Israel, on{x} lets anyone turn an Android phone into an uber event-driven notification gadget.
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To get started using Microsoft's on{x} service, you have to first download the app from its Google Play product page. You can see that two Samsung tablets as well as an older Android phone I have registered are shown as not compatible with the app.

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