The first in a new series of posts that looks at attention to detail in Microsoft software and hardware. Welcome to Little Details.
Ever wondered what Steve Ballmer has on his phone? Now you can find out.
The second behind the scenes video of Forza Horizon has arrived.
I spotted this legendary vehicle last week on Microsoft's main campus in Redmond, WA.
Stunning new Windows Phones 8 devices from HTC.
A Windows Phone creation starring another Rudolph and some speed dating.
Cell is a Kinect art installation that takes your digital, online persona and maps it to your physical presence to create a stunning visual effect.
A mouth guard fitted with accelerometers and connected to the cloud is making the news in the NFL this week - among other NFL news of course.
A great addition to the Windows Store last week – the official Khan Academy app. For those not familiar with the Khan Academy, it’s an online phenomena that enables you to learn almost anything. For free. It's the focus on a story on Forbes.com titled One Man, One Computer, 10 Million Students: How Khan Academy Is Reinventing Education that notes Khan Academy videos have been viewed more than 200 million times int the past two years.
With the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing taking place this week, we take a look at some of the attendees from Microsoft. First up is Lili Cheng who runs Microsoft's FUSE Labs group.
You may have seen the drop test that the Surface team performed recently with a group of press in the labs here in Redmond. Well, a friend of mine just did a drop test of his own from a moving vehicle (unintentionally I may add).
Kurt Shintaku is a pre-sales tech guy based in Los Angeles and when he went to collect pizza, he left one package on the roof as he drove off. He detailed this on his own blog and has given permission to repost here.