The future according to Microsoft
Posted on 4 Jan 2013 at 14:07
Author: Nicole Kobie
We explore Microsoft's research labs, with projects to improve gesture recognition and eliminate blue screen errors
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Does any of this matter
The question that needs to be answered is whether there is a real future for Microsoft as a force in computing. It is largely a commodity software company. Once we can all do mail and browsing on *any* device what is there left to do? When was the last time any of us did something in Word we could not have done by another means?
By milliganp on 5 Jan 2013
Let's hope Microsoft does think research and engineering matters.
By TheHonestTruth on 7 Jan 2013
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