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Microsoft to kill off some MSN-branded apps

Microsoft is dropping several of its MSN Apps for Windows, iOS and Android over the next several months, as leadership makes more "tough choices."

By July 10, 2015

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​Microsoft puts some pizzazz into panoramic photos

The company's ICE software now can stitch video frames into panoramic images and fill in inevitable gaps. It shows the field of computational photography is still in its early days.

By February 5, 2015

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Picture this: Photosynth debuts for Windows Phone 8

The popular app for stitching together photos includes new features such as camera lens integration, more camera controls, and the ability to view shared panoramas.

By March 1, 2013

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Microsoft delivers Photosynth panorama app to Windows Phone

The company's application is available for free, and lets customers stitch together several photos into a single panoramic view.

By May 30, 2012

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Key Microsoft engineer defects to rival Google

Blaise Aguera y Arcas, who played a key role in development of Microsoft's Bing, has left the software giant for a position at Google, The New York Times reports.

By December 15, 2013

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Why just panorama when you can Photosynth?

Microsoft's Photosynth turns any collection of photos into an amazing 3D view of the world. The more pictures, the better!

By April 15, 2012

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How a killer game sucked me and my son back to iOS devices

Are smartphones and tablets all the same? Or are there killer apps that still make people choose one brand over another?

By August 29, 2013

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The 404 1,251: Where we find the cipher in the sound (podcast)

Leaked from today's show: Facebook cryptography, steganography in social media, crowd-sourcing a witch hunt, and demonic portraits purposely hidden beneath waves of electronic music.

By April 17, 2013

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With Android 4.2, Google asks users to submit their panoramas

Users of the latest version of Android can choose to upload their "Photo Spheres" to Google Maps.

By October 29, 2012