Microsoft Builds on Community Investment in Charlotte Region, Announces Partnership with 2012 Democratic National Convention

Posted by Fred HumphriesVice President, U.S. Government Affairs, Microsoft Microsoft has been named an official innovation provider of the 2012 Democratic National Convention and Committee for Charlotte 2012. This new relationship builds on Microsoft’s long-term partnership with the City of Charlotte to help youth realize new opportunities through educational development and support. As an official…

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Q&A with Jack Ellis, Reporter, Intellectual Asset Management Magazine

Posted by Jeff MeisnerEditor, Microsoft on the Issues Intellectual Asset Management Magazine recently published a feature story entitled “A revolution launched on the back of IP” which highlights the role intellectual property played in helping to bring Kinect for Xbox 360 to market. Reporter Jack Ellis spoke to members of Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business and…


Microsoft Testifies Before Senate Committee on the Future of Video

Posted by Jeff MeisnerEditor, Microsoft on the Issues Microsoft Media and Entertainment Group Corporate Vice President Blair Westlake testified before the Senate Commerce Committee yesterday regarding the future of video. The hearing was titled “The Emergence of Online Video: Is It the Future?” [View:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xdvSGjZxRI&feature=youtu.be] In his testimony, Blair discussed how online video providers are bringing…

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Microsoft Public-Private Partnership Helps Seniors Get Healthy and Have Fun

Posted by Bonnie KearneyDirector, Trustworthy Computing Communications – Accessibility & Aging Los Angeles seniors are achieving and maintaining a more active lifestyle, improving their general health, and more safely managing their health data, thanks to a public-private partnership that includes Microsoft, the City of Los Angeles, the Partners in Care Foundation, and St. Barnabas Senior…

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