Students across America have been dreaming up ways to solve the world’s toughest problems using the magic of software. They are competing in the Imagine Cup, the world’s premier student technology competition hosted annually by Microsoft Corp.
On Saturday, March 27th from 8:30pm Eastern Daylight Time to 9:30pm Pacific Daylight Time, the Bing homepage will be dark in support of Earth Hour. Created by World Wildlife Fund, Earth Hour asks people to participate and demonstrate their concern […]
Microsoft Messenger for Mac 8 Beta has been released and is now available for download from Microsoft. Microsoft Messenger for Mac 8 Beta provides real-time collaboration between people in different locations. You can use instant messaging and audio and video […]
In our earlier post we mentioned what Mozilla expected from Microsoft; but latest development shows that they are actually no longer interested in working for making Windows Phone NDK compatible with Firefox!
MSN has commenced the launch of its new homepage to its customers in the U.S. The new MSN homepage is designed to cut through the clutter with a clean, new design and offers search, news, local and social networking – […]
The Bing homepage helps people explore and learn about the world every day. Microsoft is giving students across the country the opportunity to win great prizes for themselves and their school, and help educate others too.
Over the next few weeks, Microsoft will begin offering a “Web browser choice screen” to Internet Explorer users in Europe, as required by the European Commission. Internal testing of the choice screen is underway now.
Microsoft & IEEE have announced a collaboration to empower students to reach their professional aspirations. The goal of the Microsoft-IEEE collaboration is to increase the number of students engaged in technical pursuits with the long-term benefit of strengthening business and […]
Google has announced that they’ve acquired Aardvark, a unique technology company that lets you quickly and easily tap into the knowledge and experience of your friends and extended network of contacts.
In one of the posts on the MSDN Blogs, the product manager working along with the Windows Update team discussed about what’s coming in the next version of Windows. The post appears to have now been removed by Microsoft.