What if you could create an item of clothing or jewelry with medicinal properties that would help fight cancer? Or develop a building material that repaired itself or began biodegrading … Read more »
Bing’s collaborative Na Área project helps visitors discover more of Brazil’s favelas – and gives locals a digital boost
As visitors from around the world descend on Brazil for the world’s premier soccer tournament, they will be able to find more tourist attractions, landmarks, hotels and other points of … Read more »
Storytelling is the art of substance, structure and purpose — something the crowd of creatives and advertisers including those from Microsoft, who are about to gather for the Cannes Lions … Read more »
A lot of work goes into training your Kinect to do what it does in your living room. Take a look at the science behind what makes it work.
How can human emotions inspire new interactions with technology and each other? Designers from Microsoft worked in tandem with design students in L.A. and New York City to answer that question.
A team of robotics geeks from Microsoft drew inspiration from LEGO to build a MINDSTORMS version of Zoo Tycoon that uses Microsoft Azure, Windows Phone and Microsoft Surface.
When you’re stressed out, you probably speak and act differently to your friends and family. But do you use your computer differently?
Twenty-two-year-old Cassidy Williams is such a successful veteran of hackathons that she’s now a co-organizer of the International Women’s Hackathon 2014 set for April 25 – 27.
Our friend James Mickens waxes poetic about research, rock ‘n’ roll and how he learned everything he needs to know from “Seinfeld” in a new microsoft.com/stories profile.