In 2013 Yammer moved its offices to 9th and Market in San Francisco — right in the heart of the Mid-Market and Tenderloin areas. Mid-Market Matters was born shortly afterward to connect Yammer employees with community events and volunteer opportunities. Since then, Yammer employees have spent countless hours getting acquainted with its neighborhood by patronizing local establishments, volunteering at nonprofit organizations and partnering with Mid-Market neighbors to drive community activities.
On Wednesday, Lenovo announced two new FLEX 2 dual-model laptops that can be used as either a traditional laptop or in “stand mode,” by flipping the keyboard underneath the screen 300 degrees.
The FLEX 2 14-inch and 15.6-inch devices will start at $799 and $429, respectively, and will be available beginning in June via Lenovo.com and retailers.
Are you a “Titanfall” newbie? A graduate, having hit Level 10? A veteran? No matter your level of expertise, picking the right tools for battles is crucial to developing a winning, robot-crushing game strategy.
On Tuesday, Xbox Wire published a post with detailed strategies for weapons and ability pairings for all levels of players.
Toshiba’s new Satellite P55t, available April 22, comes with a super-high resolution 4K Ultra HD display. With 4K technology, display resolution is multiplied by four for much finer and smoother video images.
The laptop, with prices starting at $1,499, is a great choice for creative professionals who not only want to view, but create, content in 4K Ultra HD. Its modern and sleek design features edge-to-edge LCD glass, frameless LED-backlit keyboard and brushed aluminum finish. It will be available April 22 direct from Toshiba.
Starting Wednesday, a set of personalized cards on the Bing home page will help you keep track of things that matter to you. Set up your interests in Bing settings and you will start seeing personalized news, weather, flights, stocks and more to come.
As part of Microsoft’s effort to reinvent the datacenter to be more efficient and use more sustainable energy sources, we’re forming a 3-year agreement with the University of Texas at San Antonio to develop distributed generation technologies, writes Brian Janous, director of energy strategy.
Students at UTSA will work hand-in-hand with Microsoft researchers to look into new “fast-start generation” energy technologies such as micro-turbines to replace the diesel generators that are used during times of peak demand.
Imagine a future when we’ll do more than touch, swipe and tap away at our interactive work stations, but will communicate with our devices increasingly through voice and gesture.
In meeting rooms, massive touchscreens will let multiple people interact simultaneously, while tracking who and where we are, what we’re doing and saying, and adapting accordingly.
This is the new NUI (natural user interface), and the Holy Grail for those who believe that computing will someday be as natural as breathing.