Photos: Microsoft’s Windows 8 party

Microsoft Canada invited media and social influencers to The Lounge at Toronto’s 99 Sudbury art gallery Monday night to show off the new Windows Phone 8. Guests tested out the latest Windows operating systems on tablets, smartphones and connected TVs. What: Windows Phone 8 launch When: October 29, 2012 Where: The Lounge at Toronto’s 99 […]

Microsoft Canada invited media and social influencers to The Lounge at Toronto’s 99 Sudbury art gallery Monday night to show off the new Windows Phone 8. Guests tested out the latest Windows operating systems on tablets, smartphones and connected TVs.

L-R Maurice Cacho (CTV), Rami El Bayadi (Windows Business Group, Microsoft), Dan J Levy (MashMeetupTO)

What: Windows Phone 8 launch
When: October 29, 2012
Where: The Lounge at Toronto’s 99 Sudbury art gallery

Check out our Facebook album for more photos from the event.

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