Microsoft Supports ‘Girls in ICT Day’

By Alethea Lodge-Clarke, Public-Private Partnerships Manager, International Organizations, Microsoft Women and girls are extremely underrepresented in science and technology in the developing and developed world. … Read more »

Game caster uses Skype to put faces with names

Meet Melissa Ford, or “Kip,” as she’s known to her audience, a video game “shoutcaster” (think sportscasting, but for live or recorded competitive video game … Read more »

New versaTiles ad format comes to Outlook.com

Consumers were quick to embrace Outlook.com when it officially launched in February, and now the world’s fastest-growing email service is giving advertisers a smart new … Read more »

The 6th wave of computing is upon us

Technology moves so fast these days, it can be hard to keep a perspective on the changes. At Microsoft Research’s Machine Learning Summit this morning … Read more »

The CW comes to Xbox

Great news, CW fans: The CW app is now available on Xbox 360, connecting you with your favorite shows, including “The Vampire Diaries,” “Supernatural,” “Arrow” … Read more »

‘Ice Age Village’ hits the Windows Phone Store

Yet another great game title has arrived for the Kids Corner in the Windows Phone Store – “Ice Age Village” from Gameloft and Xbox. You … Read more »

Skype and Marvel’s Iron Man 3: Win exclusive prizes

Skype is looking for your ultimate everyday hero – that person in your life who inspires and motivates you.

Young Kodu designer showcases at 2013 White House Science Fair

By Caroline Curtin, Policy Counsel Microsoft U.S. Government Affairs “If you win the NCAA championship, you come to the White House. Well, if you’re a … Read more »

#XboxReveal

This just in from Major Nelson: “On May 21, we’ll mark the beginning of a new generation of games, TV and entertainment. On that day, … Read more »