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    Some Ukrainian students just gave a voice to sign language. The winner of Microsoft’s 10th Annual Imagine Cup is EnableTalk, a pair of sensory gloves that turn sign language into speech. Read more.

    Some Ukrainian students just gave a voice to sign language. The winner of Microsoft’s 10th Annual Imagine Cup is EnableTalk, a pair of sensory gloves that turn sign language into speech. Read more.

    — 2 years ago with 10 notes
    #technology  #innovation  #Windows  #Microsoft  #sign language 
    It’s all moving up a notch thanks to Microsoft. Information is easy to access on your smartphone with their updated, all-in-one, QR Code and Tag reader, that also has the ability to interact with NFC technology. Via PSFK: http://bit.ly/ugcSJH

    It’s all moving up a notch thanks to Microsoft. Information is easy to access on your smartphone with their updated, all-in-one, QR Code and Tag reader, that also has the ability to interact with NFC technology. Via PSFK: http://bit.ly/ugcSJH

    — 2 years ago with 4 notes
    #microsoft  #nfc  #qr code  #tag reader  #retail 

    Interact with virtual 3D objects. Check out the demo of Microsoft Research’s Holodesk.

    — 2 years ago with 32 notes
    #Microsoft  #3D  #NUI  #virtual  #Holodesk  #natural user interface  #technology  #innovation 

    To promote the security of Internet Explorer 8, Microsoft set up real life versions of common online scams to show people how easy it is to be tricked into handing over your personal information whether to a Nigerian prince or an offshore bank. The effort won a Silver Outdoor Lion at Cannes. http://bit.ly/pM0geB

    — 3 years ago with 10 notes
    #Microsoft  #Internet Explorer  #IE8  #scam  #Cannes  #outdoor  #advertising  #Dot Con 
    Has a new social project from Microsoft been accidentally unveiled? Microsoft called Tulalip an “internal design project” but it appears to be a new social platform for sharing content with friends. http://bit.ly/pI2YC6

    Has a new social project from Microsoft been accidentally unveiled? Microsoft called Tulalip an “internal design project” but it appears to be a new social platform for sharing content with friends. http://bit.ly/pI2YC6

    — 3 years ago with 2 notes
    #Microsoft  #social network  #Tulalip  #sharing  #platform  #design