REDMOND, Wash. – March 6, 2013 – TechFest kicked off Tuesday with Microsoft Research teams sharing their work to harness big data and deliver more human natural user interfaces. The event, which continues through Thursday, features demos organized around 15 research themes.
Microsoft Announces Beta Availability of New Version of Microsoft Producer For Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003
New Features Make Creating, Synchronizing and Publishing Rich-Media Presentations With PowerPoint Faster and Easier, and Improve Playback Experience … Read more »
OctalTV and Pace to Provide Set-Top Boxes for the Next Generation Of the Microsoft TV Developer Program
Availability of Set-Top Boxes Optimized for the Microsoft TV Platform Enables Faster, Easier Development of iTV Services … Read more »