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John W. Thompson sat down with Microsoft’s Channel 9 to share insights on his experience as a member of Microsoft’s board of directors. Thompson spoke of his more than 40 years of experience working in the technology industry, his responsibilities as Microsoft’s lead independent director and Microsoft’s devices and services strategy.
Some of the most amazing interactive experiences in video games, animated movies, and more are powered by 3D modeling technology. The FBX Review app, now in the Windows Store, enables Windows 8 tablets and PCs to be used for 3D model and animation review.
The “Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons” game features two heroes on the same epic journey to find the Water of Life, the only thing that will save their father. The game launched Wednesday for 1,200 Microsoft Points as part of Xbox Live’s Summer of Arcade.
The Windows Store Only at Best Buy launched Wednesday in the Los Angeles market, and is teaming up with Major League Soccer to highlight ways adults and kids can stay fit as they go back to school. Soccer legend Cobi Jones showed off soccer and fitness tips to kids at the grand opening celebration.
Since its launch in 2011, Microsoft’s electric vehicle charging program has grown to 11 EVSE (electric vehicle supply equipment) stations on its Redmond campus with 18 locations.
Four standouts from Bing’s stellar suite of Windows 8 apps are now available on Windows Phone, the Bing Blog reports. The mobile versions of the apps – Bing News, Bing Sports, Bing Weather and Bing Finance – are as elegantly designed, highly personalized and packed with world-class content as their desktop counterparts.
Wednesday marks the official launch of the Windows Store Only at Best Buy. In celebration of the launch, we are throwing an event in Los Angeles that shows how technology can activate and invigorate a healthier lifestyle.
One of the world’s largest airline groups, International Airlines Group (IAG) – the parent company of British Airways and Iberia – has chosen Microsoft Office 365 for its 58,000 employees, enabling its far-flung workforce to collaborate virtually anytime, anywhere around the world.