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Microsoft's Worldwide Telescope

Microsoft's Worldwide Telescope, a virtual map of outer space, is within months of its public debut. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi talks with the space exploration program's founder, Curtis Wong, and shares video of what these celestial tours will look like.

March 10, 2008

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Microsoft gets 10,000th patent

After five years of pushing for more patents, Microsoft has finally broken into five digits when it comes to number of U.S. patents issued.

By February 10, 2009

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Microsoft's telescope centers on Windows

The software unveiled last week will run on XP or Vista, but not under the Mac OS. That doesn't stop Microsoft from using Macs to demo the software, however.

By March 3, 2008

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Microsoft's telescope looks beyond space

The software uses a "visual experience engine" that may well find its way into other projects.

By March 4, 2008

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Telescope is what makes Scoble cry

Microsoft is said to have made significant strides with its desktop telescope application, allowing users to really feel as if they are cruising through the heavens. Is it really enough to produce tears?

By February 22, 2008

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Wall-E checks out Microsoft's telescope

In conjunction with the DVD release of the Disney/Pixar movie, the animated robot offers a tour of the universe using Microsoft's Worldwide Telescope.

By November 18, 2008

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WorldWide Telescope peers into Big Dipper

Microsoft Research demonstrates a new virtual telescope that lets people pan and zoom across the night sky.

By February 27, 2008

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Troubleshooting QuarkXPress

Troubleshooting QuarkXPress

By March 23, 1998

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Bill Gates offers the world a physics lesson

In an interview with CNET News, Gates talks about why he spent his own money to make a series of classic physics lectures available free on the Web. He also touches on Project Natal, Google's Chrome OS and more.

By July 14, 2009