I’ve been testing Microsoft’s new tiny 10-inch tablet for a few weeks, and it’s totally changed my perception of what computers are going to look like in the future.
Today, Microsoft announces Surface Go: the most portable and affordable Surface product yet.
One of the biggest challenges with education, no matter where you go in the world, is disengaged students.
College students of today have a lot to offer and companies need to understand the value of the college market to succeed.
The telltale app: Soundscape app brings 3D audio map to pedestrians, gaining fans well beyond those with vision loss.
We all get the same 24 hours. And now, more than ever, it seems like it’s never enough. People feel more overwhelmed than ever before and pretty much all of us would love more time – not necessarily time to do more, but time to do what we love. At Microsoft, we want to help you do just that.
There’s a lot you can do in Windows Mixed Reality, from playing games to immersing yourself in faraway places around the world. In today’s post, we’ll share ten of our favorite tips for making the most out of Windows Mixed Reality.
Watch how a Microsoft Innovative Education Expert and a student with a hearing impairment, face this challenge head on using Microsoft Teams and Office 365.