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HelpBridge: Helping You Connect, Donate and Volunteer During a Disaster
When disaster strikes, what’s your first move? Many of us are focused on reaching out to those that are most important to us. To help connect people during these times, Microsoft partnered with FEMA and the American Red Cross to launch HelpBridge , a free mobile app that helps people connect with...
16 Jan 2013
Track Santa’s journey with NORAD and Microsoft
For more than 50 years, North American Aerospace Defense Command ( NORAD ) has helped children track Ol’ Saint Nicholas as he makes his journey to homes with his trusty reindeer and gifts in tow. This year, Microsoft is partnering with NORAD to make following Santa’s sleigh even easier. The...
19 Dec 2012
A Phone Built Around You
An interesting phenomenon became apparent to Microsoft engineers and designers several years ago: consumers spent too much time learning their phones, when phones really ought to be learning consumers. Instead of building smartphones around icons, they should be built around people. This week, Microsoft...
1 Nov 2012
Windows Phone Q&A Part 2
Our conversation with Anthony Kinney, Microsoft’s mobility specialist in Boston, continues as he discusses his favorite features on the Windows Phone and the upcoming Mango update. 3. What’s one application or feature you can’t live without? Without question, it’s the dedicated...
19 Aug 2011
All about Windows Phone: Q&A with Anthony Kinney, Microsoft Mobility Specialist
With all the buzz around the Windows Phone, we wanted to drill down to the nitty-gritty and find out what really sets the Windows Phone apart from other smartphones. That’s why we asked Anthony Kinney, Microsoft’s mobility specialist in Boston, for his take on the phone and what it enables...
17 Aug 2011
Not your average ride on a Boston Whaler
Boat rides in the summer – pretty typical. 1,200 mile boat rides on Boston Whalers , though, aren’t as common, but that hasn’t deterred three entrepreneurs-turned-crewmen from tackling a journey from Norfolk to Boston on their 19-foot Whaler. John Mirassou, John Bertsch and Marty Burke...
29 Jun 2011
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