It’s 11 a.m. and you’re still in your pajamas – plaid shorts, a faded David Bowie t-shirt and worn moccasin slippers. Brows furrowed, deep in thought, you tap your fingers … Read more »
Learn how Bing Elections and Microsoft Prediction Lab can collectively help people get a better understanding of how the elections will unfold.
Buttoning your shirt, writing a quick note to a co-worker, using a fork and knife (or a set of chopsticks). Every day we perform tasks like these with the greatest … Read more »
The heart of the jungle: How five young technologists changed their communities, the jungle and themselves
Even in the jungle, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It will also be one of the only times to catch Sara Stifler, Sathya Narayanan Subramanian, Dominic … Read more »
A new, interactive platform, the Microsoft Prediction Lab, has launched as a website-based showcase and laboratory for the ongoing work of David Rothschild, a Microsoft researcher and leading expert in … Read more »
Introducing the Cube: Microsoft’s interactive art installation, unveiled this week at Seattle’s Decibel Festival, a celebration of electronic music, visual art and new media.
Spokane’s 3rd annual Gleason Fest was billed as a “grassroots, indie music festival,” but everyone there knew something more profound was afoot. As I watched the sun set over the … Read more »
With upwards of 800 wineries, Washington state has emerged as the second-largest premium wine producer in the United States. Turning off a side street in an industrial area of sleepy … Read more »
Disruptive. According to Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary, it’s the adjective form of disrupt, which means to break apart or throw into disorder. But in the tech industry, it’s become the buzz … Read more »
The celebrity data was excellent. In late 2013, Donald Soon, Program Manager for Microsoft, was working with the Bing News team to compare Bing’s celebrity news search results with Google’s. … Read more »
Researcher Johannes Kopf spearheaded a motion-smoothing technology called Hyperlapse, culminating in a technical paper being presented Tuesday at SIGGRAPH 2014 in Vancouver.