Microsoft’s cloud and productivity solutions are definitely getting traction in the enterprise the world, and the company took the time yesterday to emphasize how it’s innovating like never before.
Gates is inviting you to play a game of hide and seek to see if you can spot the some of the innovations that change the lives of many people around the world.
In a post on the Windows blog, the Surface Design Team provides a detailed accounting of the process of designing the Surface Book, from when the machine was first conceptualized to its release.
Multinational corporations like Microsoft usually stumble upon new innovations via research and development (R&D), but it’s not always easy to judge how innovative a company is based on how much they put into R&D, since those two factors are not correlated. Though it’s still interesting to see the figures. Based on accumulated research from Bloomberg, […]
Steven Bathiche is a designer/scientist at Microsoft’s Applied Sciences Group, born in Lebanon to Palestinian refugee parents, he was one of the inspirations behind the original Microsoft Surface (now called PixelSense). At elementary school, a young Bathiche had built a Van de Graaff generator using salad bowl domes, and by the time he was 20, […]