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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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Google+ one-ups rivals with zoomable photos

Being able to dive into photo details is a great feature for making photography more engaging. But too bad about the photo-size limit that precludes full immersion.

By January 9, 2013

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Microsoft's Seadragon goes social with Zoom.it

Microsoft's Live Labs team's new service lets users upload and share images or entire sites using Seadragon tech, which it acquired in early 2006.

By August 5, 2010

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Former Microsoft Courier team members launch iPad apps

Former execs associated with the nixed Courier dual-screen tablet project are resurfacing at companies doing Courier-inspired apps for Apple's tablet.

By March 29, 2012

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Microsoft Seadragon for iPhone Worth a Look

Microsoft's first iPhone application is worth a look despite some early bugs.

By December 16, 2008

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Cosina Voigtlander Nokton 25mm F0.95 (hands-on)

The lens has been eagerly awaited due to its super-wide F0.95 aperture, which renders creamy-looking bokeh and the ability to take low-light shots with faster shutter speeds.

By November 10, 2010

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Tron's long journey back into theaters

Upcoming sci-fi blockbuster "Tron: Legacy" had humble beginnings as a three-minute visual-effects concept test leaked to the Internet. Find out what's happened since.

By September 29, 2010

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Microsoft's Bing app debuts on iPhone

The software giant's search service is now available on Apple's iTunes App Store; so when is the Android version coming?

By December 15, 2009

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Office 2010 beta available for developers

The updated test version is now available to members of Microsoft's MSDN and TechNet developer programs.

By November 16, 2009

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At PDC, Microsoft's (r)evolution on display

A key developer conference this week will reveal just how much progress Ray Ozzie has made in his efforts to remake Redmond for the cloud computing era.

By November 16, 2009