Microsoft Research announces Spanish user interface release of WorldWide Telescope, increased research funding, and student program offering free design and development tools.
Q&A: Craig Mundie discusses why Microsoft continues to invest in research and innovation, even during the current economic downturn.
Microsoft reaffirms commitment to basic research; TechFest event shows progress toward natural user interface, more efficient datacenters.
Kodu, a game to be released on an Xbox Live Community Games channel in the spring, helps youngsters learn to program and lets them create their own video games to play and share.
Songsmith software automatically composes accompaniment music for whatever tune a singer belts, hums or whistles into a microphone, regardless of skill level.
Timed for the Chinese New Year, the China-based company will deliver new couplet service for mobile phones based on cutting-edge natural language processing technology.
Q&A: Veteran Microsoft executive says focus on customers key to success.
For the second year in a row, Microsoft has topped the rankings in IEEE Spectrum’s annual patent scorecard, which uses a series of factors to measure the health of a company’s “patent pipeline.”
Microsoft External Research workshop and new Jim Gray eScience Award highlight technologies fueling the advancement of science.
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