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Display results by tag: Mobile Technology

  • Don’t spend all Christmas holidays on exams: just what’s needed!

    Lisa Boch-Andersen Senior Director for Communications Europe - 12 Dec. 2013

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  • Roaming Charges, a Thing of the Past?

    Daniel Fisher Project Manager, Think Young - 18 Oct. 2013

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  • Windows 8 app for worldwide auctions

    Ruud de Jonge Western Europe DPE Windows Phone lead - 20 Dec. 2012

    Worldwide, online auction sites are the way that many people buy a variety of products, but often they lack local feel and focus. This is one of the main reasons that Swiss based ricardo.ch online auction site has been so successful and since launch a decade ago, is now used by over 2 million registered users and 340,000 unique visits per day.

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  • Europe is a hub for mobile innovation

    Ruud de Jonge Western Europe DPE Windows Phone lead - 14 Dec. 2012

    Recently, we launched Windows Phone 8, so it seems timely to put the spotlight on mobile innovation in Europe. And the good news is that mobile apps are driving some great opportunities for start-ups and students across the region.

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  • Microsoft’s new mobile platform

    Juan Bossicard EUGA Program Manager - 18 Oct. 2010

    Just like any other technology enthusiast, I am very excited with the launch last week of Microsoft’s new mobile platform, Windows Phone 7 (WP7). One of the bottlenecks for innovative companies aiming to provide new services on mobile phones is the time it takes to develop new applications. Microsoft addresses this issue in a unique way, giving them a competitive edge.

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  • Glimpse Ahead

    Andre Hagehulsmann Innovation Manager - 04 March 2010

    What is Microsoft's vision for the future? Take a look.

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  • Cloud Computing: Software plus Services explained

    Steve Clayton Microsoft Storyteller - 20 Jan. 2010

    Ray Ozzie introduced the term Software plus Services about 3 years ago and since then it’s where I have focused all of my time at Microsoft.

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  • Microsoft helps Volvo improve environment sustainability with unified communications

    Microsoft - 20 Jan. 2010

    Volvo chose Microsoft technology to help improve the company's collaboration, communication and environmental sustainability efforts. Unified Communications enable reductions in costs and CO2 emissions as well as decrease the need for business travel.

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  • Somniloquy

    Microsoft - 10 Jan. 2010

    Scientists from Microsoft Research in the United Kingdom and the United States and University of California have developed a prototype that allows computers to run low-energy tasks while in sleep mode.

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  • Kiwigrid tames your household energy consumption

    Futures - 01 Dec. 2009

    There’s a new technology coming into your home. But unlike many, this one should save you money.

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  • Free multimedia for the developing world

    Futures - 01 Dec. 2009

    What developing countries need is a stable, sustainable, robust and low-cost means of delivering services and information.

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  • Understanding eHealth and its implications: start with Euractiv

    Elena Bonfiglioli Senior Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Health Industry, Worldwide Health Team, Public Sector, Microsoft - 12 Nov. 2009

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  • A new in-car software application helps drivers reduce CO2 emissions

    Editor - 01 Sept. 2009

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