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Powering the Future of the Customer Experience

We’ve all had bad customer service. From hurried sales staff to products being out of stock. And our expectations as consumers are changing dramatically. Think about it: it’s no longer about just browsing on the high street. We make impulse buys on our phones, we check out deals on Instagram … Read more »

The most powerful games console in history is officially here

The most powerful console ever made is here. Xbox One X launch day has arrived, and it’s arrived packing enough power under the hood for 4K gaming and movies, with the fastest internals ever to grace a games console. We could talk about clock speeds, processing power, teraflops and more … Read more »

Microsoft announces largest wind energy deal in the Netherlands

Microsoft has announced its second European wind project in the Netherlands with Vattenfall, one of Europe’s largest electricity and heat retail and producers. Microsoft will purchase 100 percent of the wind energy generated from a 180-megawatt wind farm that is adjacent to its local datacentre operations in the Netherlands. The … Read more »

Future Decoded: HoloLens to be rolled out to 29 new countries

Microsoft will expand the availability of HoloLens by launching the headset in 29 new countries across Europe, the company announced at Future Decoded. The mixed-reality device, which allows wearers to place 3D digital models in the room alongside them, is being used by NASA to recreate Mars, Audi and Saab, among others. … Read more »

The transformation of Real Madrid

Stepping into the cavernous majesty of the Bernabéu on match day is an experience that leaves you feeling awed and inspired. Empty, but for a few staff preparing for the evening’s game, it’s impossible to shake off the image of the Colosseum. Thousands upon thousands of empty seats, rising to … Read more »

Expedition micro:bit – inspiring Dutch children to code

Think back to your early childhood. What do you remember? Running around the school playground? Learning maths? Creating a huge mess in art class? For most of us reading this, we’ll have plenty of memories from attending school as young children – but hardly any of us will have any … Read more »