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Dream BIG! Register for Imagine Cup 2016


Imagine Cup is Microsoft’s global student technology competition that provides opportunities for students across all disciplines to team up and create applications, games and integrated solutions that can change the way we live, work and play. Microsoft Imagine and NASA have also partnered to bring the Imagine Cup Earth Global … Read more »

Interview: Microsoft’s ASEAN experience


President of Microsoft Asia Pacific, Cesar Cernuda, and Microsoft’s vice president of original-equipment sales, Alvaro Celis, explain how consumers in the region are adopting technology and discuss the opportunities that such a shift in user behavior presents. … Read more »

Celebrating the launch of Windows 10 across Asia


The Windows 10 launch on July 29 marks the start of an important milestone in the Windows journey for Microsoft. Members of the media, bloggers, Windows Insiders, partners, customers and fans were invited to participate in Windows 10 launch parties held across 13 major cities around the world. Here’s a … Read more »

Imagine Cup Alumni Go Pro


The 2015 Imagine Cup World Finals are coming! While 33 teams lose sleep to finalize their projects, we caught up with four Imagine Cup alumni teams. All of these teams have transformed their idea into a startup company. Team Eyenaemia (2014), Team Lens (2014), Team Chemicalium (2014) and Team Wormhole … Read more »

Wattblock lights the way for CityNext to shine


Wattblock . . . it all started with a three day blackout in a Sydney apartment tower, the resignation of the chair of the strata body corporate, and apartment owner and resident Brent Clark volunteering for the dubious honour of becoming the next chair. From that position Brent looked through … Read more »

CityNext – the future is now


If you were asked to imagine an ideal city, what would it look like and how would it work? You would probably wish that it was clean, safe and inexpensive. That its citizens were wealthy, healthy and well-educated. Transport services would be excellent of course and crime rates would be … Read more »