More about the newest tech baby from Microsoft which is here to change the way we use our PCs, the application running on it and the data they use.
In essence this is a sync engine that resides on all your devices and on the cloud to make your data universally available and accessible irrespective of the form factor of the devices. Think of accessing your stuff, whenever wherever and anytime access.
The whole architecture is based on FeedSync 2 way synchronization based on RSS or ATOM feeds which was developed by Microsoft in 2005.
This video lists out the far reaching possibilities that Live Mesh opens up now for developers. It shows how applications can easily be written in a multi-user and multi-desktop environment and how your data can ubiquitously be available wherever you want.
Think of an always connected always on digital world, it is now, not that hard to imagine!
[U1]: Includes features of Syncplicity