Imagine Cup Winners Bringing Healthcare into Homes

Winners of the Microsoft Imagine Cup 2012 recently announced a partnership with a company that would improve remote healthcare services in the United States of America. Find out how they are bringing healthcare services to American homes.

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Celebrating World Inventors’ Day 2015

Many of today's technologies that we take for granted—the Internet, global positioning systems (GPS), the laser, multi-touch displays, search engines—are inventions that were made possible by people who took their ideas and made them a reality. Inventors’ Day has been adopted by many countries around the world, not only to remember those whose inventions are…

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Need a Reason to Invest in Asia’s Youth? How About 750 Million!

Did you know that 60 percent of the globe’s youth reside in Asia? That’s 750 million young men and women from all walks of life, brimming with curiosity, imagination and fresh perspectives on how to tackle a wide range of challenges. They have access to a treasure trove of computing power in their back pockets,…

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Dream Big! Register for Imagine Cup 2016

Imagine Cup is Microsoft’s global student technology competition that provides opportunities for students across all disciplines to team up and create applications, games and integrated solutions that can change the way we live, work and play. Eligible student teams will once again compete with thousands of others from across the globe by developing a technology…

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It’s a Wrap! Asia Teams Scored at Imagine Cup Finals 2015

In another banner year for Asian teams, young innovators from across the region captured our imagination again with their winning projects at the Imagine Cup Worldwide Finals 2015. Held in Microsoft’s home turf of Seattle, teams from Australia, Singapore and China stood out from a packed field of 33 teams, each managing to clinch a…

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Dare to Imagine – Imagine Cup 2015 World Finalists Announced!

150 teams from 64 countries participated in the World Semifinals of the Imagine Cup 2015 competition. Judges have evaluated all the projects and found some very impressive work. Emerging from the five minute video pitch challenge are 33 finalists from the three categories of Games, Innovation, and World Citizenship. We are proud to present to…

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Medical Students Tackle Anaemia by Taking a ‘Selfie’

[View:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72IhML1ARaw:0:0] Despite the lack of a formal IT education, medical students Jennifer Tang and Jarrel Seah from Australia have created an app called Eyenaemia – a non-invasive, cost-effective solution that allows people to use their cell phones to screen for anaemia from anywhere. The inspiration for Eyenamia came while the two were on medical work…

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Microsoft Tops 100 Best Corporate Citizens Ranking

Microsoft recently topped CR Magazine’s 2015 list of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens, in recognition of our performance and strong track record in responsible corporate practices. Among public companies in the US, Microsoft leads in the overall ranking based on criteria such as environment, climate change, employee relations, human rights, governance, finance, and philanthropy and…

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#WeSpeakCode Spotlight: Fiandra Fatharany

Microsoft’s #WeSpeakCode campaign aims to empower young people across Asia Pacific to learn coding and realise their potential. We spoke to several individuals who are passionate about coding and involved in encouraging others to discover the fun and excitement of learning to code. From developing an app that helps users manage meetings to experimenting with…

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#WeSpeakCode Spotlight: Sonam Singh

Microsoft’s #WeSpeakCode campaign aims to empower young people across Asia Pacific to learn coding and realise their potential. We spoke to several individuals who are passionate about coding and involved in encouraging others to discover the fun and excitement of learning to code. Sonam Singh's enthusiasm for technology has allowed her to explore new opportunities…

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