Take the Challenge and Bing it On!

Bing is challenging the nation to “Bing it On” by selecting which web search results they prefer. After conducting an independent study, revealing that users preferred Bing search over Google, Microsoft wants to give you the chance to go five rounds to see if you, too are a fan of Bing. Come and see for…

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Start Your School Year Against Cyberbullying

September is synonymous with back-to-school, as students return to the classroom, reconnect with friends and teachers and share tales of summer fun.  For some, however, back-to-school often means a return to cyberbullying.                  The Cyberbullying Research Center in the U.S. defines cyberbullying as “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones and…

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Kodu Cup Challenges Children to Create Video Games

Could video games be a learning experience for kids? You bet, especially if they are creating their own games! Today, Microsoft announced the launch of Microsoft Kodu Cup 2011 competition, inviting U.S. students ages 9 to 17 to design, build and submit their own video games. Kids can enter the competition and participate in the chance…

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Los Angeles Weather Report – Cloudy with the Promise of Innovation

Today, Microsoft unveiled a 10-city, nationwide survey that explores how businesses are using cloud-based technologies. Although cloud computing is a term that is widely used in both professional and personal settings, many people are not aware of how often they use these technologies. Through this “Cloud as an Engine of Growth Survey,” commissioned by Microsoft,…

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