Comments: 0Wednesday, January 13th 2010 - 11:45 CET
Microsoft announces the availability of a new line of Windows phones around the world that are available in a broad range of styles and prices. With a Windows phone, people can navigate their phone easily with the touch of a finger and browse the Internet on a great mobile browser. People can also connect to two new services that allow them to back up and share data from their phone to the Web and buy a variety of useful applications from the Windows Marketplace for Mobile. Microsoft expects partners to deliver more than 30 new phones in more than 20 countries by the end of 2009.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, May 6th 2008 - 09:26 CEST
Microsoft introduced two new products to help photographers manage their digital photos in a new way using location data, a process known as geotagging. Geotagging is an new way to organize your digital photos that was previously available only to those with technical expertise. Microsoft Software makes geotagging available for all photographers and can be downloaded for free at the Microsoft Website. Microsoft also released Expression Media 2, which is part of the Expression family of products for creative professionals. It's designed to help reduce the amount of time required by photographers to manage and organize large collections of photos and other digital media, and it includes geotagging functionality.
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Comments: 1Tuesday, October 23rd 2007 - 23:15 CEST
Microsoft intros the Xbox 360 Arcade game console. With a estimated retail price of 280 US dollars and a quick product launch just before Christmas, the Xbox 360 Arcade game console will make a good change to pick a piece of the pie. Bundled with five family friendly games and a wireless game controller Xbox users will experience a complete chapter in game land. The release of Xbox 360 Arcade comes as part of a broader initiative by Microsoft to spread the Xbox 360 experience to families everywhere around the globe. Microsoft also announced that it is significantly expanding its game catalogue of family fun content that is available on demand direct to the users living room.
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Comments: 0Friday, September 14th 2007 - 15:15 CEST
Microsoft Corp. is providing an exciting and easy new way to share photos and memories with two new webcams - a desktop unit, the LifeCam VX-7000, and a notebook unit, the LifeCam NX-3000 - and their connection to Photo Swap, a feature that allows consumers to share digital photos with friends and family and see their reactions in real time. The LifeCams' sleek new design blends into the PC monitor, allowing consumers to concentrate on the important things in life: connecting and sharing with friends and family.
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Comments: 0Thursday, March 29th 2007 - 19:59 CEST
At the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference (eTech), Microsoft unveiled a new mobile technology, called Deepfish, designed to offer mobile users quick and convenient Web browsing that more closely resembles the experience of browsing the Web on desktop computers. Microsoft is making a limited technology preview available to the public on a first-come basis. To learn more Deepfish technology and how it will improve Web browsing for mobile users, PressPass spoke with Dr. Gary William Flake, a Microsoft Technical Fellow and the founder and director of Microsoft Live Labs.
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