Although the annual science fair isn't open to the press, company is releasing details on projects on display, including a phone that does language translation on the fly.
CNET News' Ina Fried is winding her way through Microsoft's internal science fair in Redmond. Here's what the first few booths had in store.
The software maker uses its internal science fair as an opportunity to showcase new ways of connecting with the computer.
Microsoft's internal science fair shows employees (and press) what the company's research teams are working on in their labs.
A day ahead of this year's internal science fair, Microsoft shows off some projects that made it into product form, including the music program Songsmith.
There was a lot on display last week. In case you missed it, we've got two more videos up, including a walk-around with Craig Mundie, Microsoft's chief research and strategy officer, and a look at some new photo-editing software.
The company expects about 7,000 of its workers will attend the internal science fair, which runs through Thursday.
Alan Alda chats with Microsoft executive Craig Mundie as part of the research festivities.
Researchers at Microsoft's FuSE Labs launch a second project that investigates the intersection of hyper-local content and civic engagement.
Speculation on Microsoft's next Windows release abounds -- new videos suggest that touch may be enhanced and Windows Phone could get better speech recognition.