We are less than 12 hours away from Microsoft’s keynote at Build 2014. We’re really looking forward to all the news surrounding Windows Phone 8.1. That said, Microsoft will be showing off plenty of other products, devices and services. It also looks like Microsoft is ready to join the ‘Internet of Things’. A website has gone live on the night before Build. The site gives us a little insight into what else Microsoft may announced this week.
Windows on Devices (www.windowsondevices.com) is now live on the internet. The site talks about the next big thing being small and how Microsoft plans to bring Windows to a whole new class of devices.
What sort of devices? A coffee mug, a talking bear, a robot or anything else your imagination can dream up. Microsoft even says they'll demo a connected piano with Windows on Devices at Build 2014.
It looks like Microsoft might be making development tools for developers looking to join the Internet of Things. An SDK is expected to release during spring 2014 with a look at new software and APIs. Windows on Devices will allow devs to work with development boards like the Intel Galileo.
Anyone looking forward working with Windows on Devices? Sound off below.
Update: And just like that, the website is down. We suspect it'll be up again once Microsoft 'officially' announces Windows on Devices.