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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.
Microsoft's first iPhone application is worth a look despite some early bugs.
The iPhone camera is a bit rubbish, isn't it? A quick trip to the iTtunes app store will set that right, with OldBooth, Tiltshift, ShoZu and Seadragon making image magic
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.
Free image-browsing app is intended to show what is possible on the mobile platform, but where is the Windows Mobile version?
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.
Microsoft released a broken iPhone application, but this obscures the larger picture: Microsoft is opening up to rival platforms.
Innovative new tag uses Tag Reader app and your iPhone's camera to get information to you quickly and easily.
The updated test version is now available to members of Microsoft's MSDN and TechNet developer programs.
Former execs associated with the nixed Courier dual-screen tablet project are resurfacing at companies doing Courier-inspired apps for Apple's tablet.