Posts tagged Zune HD
Want to see the recently rolled out Windows Live Messenger for Zune HD in action which is also referred to as Windows Live Messenger 2011 for Zune HD? Well you should if you have a Zune HD in your possession or even if you don’t you might want to watch a video demo of the instant messaging app in action. Find out why after the break.
Attention Zune HD owners! Microsoft has rolled out Windows Live Messenger for their not so hot selling multi-media player, Zune HD. The Instant Messaging app fulfills your dream of chatting with your Facebook friends just like you do on the desktop version of Windows Live Messenger. More on this after the jump.
It has been around two weeks since the 64 GB Zune HD the giant of them all, went live for sale, waiting for the multimedia enthusiasts to give them a new place to stay. Inspite of that, Microsoft has started working on the next generation of Zune HD, as revealed by director James Gunn’s who saw the Redmondians mentioning the words new Zune.
Guess who decided to hit the stores early than the originally scheduled 12 April launch? It is none other than Microsoft’s very own Zune HD 64 GB. The arrival of the bigger cousin of Zune HD brings with it slashed prices for its younger generation , the details of which are provided after the jump.
Microsoft has sent out a pretty mysterious invitation in a circular package inviting them to attend an event in San Francisco on 12 April. Unfortunately, the Redmondians were pretty vague in their invitation paper about the purpose of the event as they just said It’s Time to Share. Any guesses what the event is all about? We believe we know it and even you know it if you have followed Geekword recently keeping an eye on each and every update we sent out.
A couple of days back, Zune HD 64 GB made an appearance at the official Zune site. With that appearance it was pretty clear that the 64 GB model was going to go live sooner rather than later. The big question of course was when will the media player arrive? Now we have the answer. Zune HD 64 GB is going live on 12 April and will cost you $349.99.
Well Well Well, Guess who decided to show up at Zune’s official site. Here is a hint – the big brother of the currently available Zune HD 32 GB. Zune HD with a gigantic 64 GB is the entity making the news today. Before you get too excited that’s the only bit of information that is available as of now.
Want Zune Player on Windows Phone 7? You got it. With the Zune Media player on your Windows Phone 7 Series, you can listen to your favorite tracks any time and at any place. Here is a video demo of the music player that was showcased at the recently concluded MIX10 event. Video after the jump.
A couple of days back, Microsoft launched the overdue Facebook app for Zune HD. Ever since its launch, I was looking for a video that will show the app in action. My wish has been granted thanks to Pocket Now’s effort. A five minute video that shows the Facebook app in action can be seen after the jump.
Yesterday, Microsoft unleashed the much awaited Facebook app for Zune HD. Unfortunately, it ran into a major issue as soon as it was launched, as the app was not able to connect to Facebook. Because of this issue, users are unable to view news feed. The good thing here is that the responsible individuals have acknowledged the issue and are working to fix it.