Metro - Technology

Technology

  • Metro (design language), crafted by Microsoft for Windows Media Center, Zune, Windows Phone 7, Windows 8 and Xbox 360 Dashboard
  • GlassFish Metro, an opensource web service stack that is part of the GlassFish project
  • Metro Ethernet, a computer network based on the Ethernet standard and which covers a metropolitan area
  • Metro, former code name of the XML Paper Specification, Microsoft's document framework

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