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  • Blog Post: You may be building great apps and games but don't forget to add the features that will make them shine

    So this week has been really busy, I have been presenting at events the length and breadth of the UK. On Thursday and Friday I has the pleasure of attending Euro Gamer 2012 , to represent Microsoft at the Games Industry Fair.  During Euro gamer event we demonstrated Windows 8 and the games from...
  • Blog Post: Call for Content: Partner Support for ChronoZoom

    Call for Content: Partner Support for ChronoZoom ChronoZoom serves as a "master timeline" tying together all kinds of specialized timelines and electronic resources, and aspires to bridge the gap between the humanities and the sciences and to unify all knowledge of the past. We are seeking...
  • Blog Post: Exciting Updates to Microsoft Academic Search

    Lots of new improved features have been added to Microsoft Academic Search in July Academic Search comes from Microsoft Research with much of the development coming from MS Research Asia. What’s New in the July Release The database of searchable publications has nearly doubled. From 15.7 million publications...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Academic Search

    The Academic Search beta is a free search engine, developed by Microsoft Research, that helps users quickly find information about academic researchers and their activities. It is also a test-bed for our object-level vertical search research. With Academic Search, you can easily find top researchers...
  • Blog Post: Bing Search in Academia

    Microsoft Bing is more than an internet search engine As a academic your day is filled with non-stop time commitments, class preparation and on-going research. Microsoft Office can help you handle the writing, presenting, organizing and communicating it takes to keep moving at the speed of the academic...
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