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Microsoft's Windows Reboot Could Be Legendary


In companies filled with engineers, products tend to become science projects more than things for real people. Folks do things because they can -- because they want to see what will happen or simply because they want to showcase they have the authority. Satya Nadella's Microsoft is a very different company, though. People are working together again, and the product looks amazing as a result.
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Microsoft Just Handed Us Our Holographic Future


Microsoft pulled out all the stops for its Windows 10 event, thrilling the tech world with a surprise demonstration of Windows Holographic and the Microsoft HoloLens. "This is truly a game changer," said tech analyst Rob Enderle. "When you can alter what people see in real-time, and allow them to interact with and render in 3D their creations, you fundamentally change the way we compute."
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Re: Enter the Netbook Slayer  John P. Mello Jr.  2009-12-16 10:41:28
Netbooks  akcoyote  2009-12-19 15:21:42
Netbook Slayer? Doubt it.  jcrglobalcaplaw  2009-12-17 04:55:15
Re: Operation Chokehold - AT&T's New-Media Noose  Renay San Miguel  2009-12-18 06:55:55
operation chokehold is a terrorist threat  bpmmx  2009-12-18 11:25:58
Operation Chokehold  randelle  2009-12-18 08:14:05
?  DanMA  2009-12-18 07:01:17
Re: Imagining an IBM, Apple Merger: iApple?  Rob Enderle  2009-12-14 04:42:14
More Senseless Blathering from Always-Wrong Enderle  bassfooter  2009-12-14 07:52:47
IBM Merger  MadamePJBailey  2009-12-14 06:35:39
IBM and Apple  NONsensical  2009-12-14 04:44:05
heh  JaylikeBird  2009-12-16 02:04:33
Re: Obama Techs Find Missing Pieces of Bush-Era Email Puzzle  Pete Yost  2009-12-15 23:07:07
Abbot, Costello: Chimney cleaning & Email archiving specialists  JaylikeBird  2009-12-15 23:10:30
Re: Australia Aims to Wall Off Unwanted Web Content  Rohan Sullivan  2009-12-15 12:05:45
Censorship vs. freedom, control vs. entropy  bpmmx  2009-12-15 12:27:53
Re: Robots in the Home? Be Afraid  Brooke Donald  2009-12-13 17:27:16
Amazing!  TamaraDigitalis  2009-12-14 09:01:19
Re: Search Giants Rev Up Innovation Engines  Richard Adhikari  2009-12-11 13:37:16
You are so right  ShyamKapur  2009-12-13 20:29:03
Re: Facebook's Bossy, Cagey Privacy Maneuvers  Paul Hartsock  2009-12-11 10:19:05
Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor  technologyb2b  2009-12-11 17:56:44
Required?  rclef  2009-12-11 10:24:26
Required.  PaulHartsock  2009-12-13 08:22:48
Re: Human Capacity for Information Is Massive but Finite  Brenda Young  2009-12-11 10:32:24
Work Hours Missing  BDon123  2009-12-11 10:36:35
Re: Home Sweet Networked Home, Part 2  Erika Morphy  2009-12-03 10:53:18
Home Sweet Networked Home  Fortrezz  2009-12-10 10:15:30
Re: The UN, Climategate and the Viral Web's Hot Air  Renay San Miguel  2009-12-04 12:42:04
climategate  GregoryMartin  2009-12-08 10:53:25
The environmental movement has been hijacked  dantronamus  2009-12-04 16:59:53
Tiger Woods Index  InfoSciJim  2009-12-04 14:04:36
Contrast web coverage with mainstream media on this one  Somerschool  2009-12-04 12:59:24
Re: Google Sharpens Search With Real-Time Results, Android Photo Finder  Richard Adhikari  2009-12-08 09:56:36
Real-Time  GregoryMartin  2009-12-08 10:48:58
Re: Droid: Easy, Breezy, Friendly, but a Little Fat  John P. Mello Jr.  2009-12-07 10:04:17
Pre has everything mentioned  fmcentire  2009-12-08 09:41:45
Re: How Google Could Kill Microsoft (and Maybe Apple) and Vice Versa  Rob Enderle  2009-12-07 09:04:04
hmmm  rickrack  2009-12-07 09:36:22
Re: The Wireless Burden: Our Never-Ending Thirst for News  Renay San Miguel  2009-10-09 04:47:15
The Wireless Burden  technewsuserid  2009-12-07 08:37:54
We need news  thoughtsdotcom  2009-10-09 08:08:29
Re: When a Picture Is Worth 1,000 Complaints  Renay San Miguel  2009-11-25 13:59:55
For the sake of Mistake  azharkadri  2009-12-06 22:34:51
Re: Hacked Climate Emails: Tempest in a Teapot?  Katherine Noyes  2009-11-25 13:07:41
Not Trenberth's First problem  bigjimsteele  2009-12-06 19:30:25
More than a tempest  Somerschool  2009-12-04 13:11:22
Poor Job  Eleyvie  2009-11-27 04:43:57
Absolute garbage  PhilipPeake  2009-11-26 08:25:25
Tempest in a Teapot  derekcrane  2009-11-26 05:59:36
Hacked Climate Emails: Tempest in a Teapot?  34all  2009-11-25 22:18:02
You're in denial  felixw  2009-11-25 17:33:54
Re: Social Networkers to Chase Red Balloons for $40K Prize  Renay San Miguel  2009-12-02 09:40:47
Team DeciNena  DeciNena  2009-12-04 15:04:10
report red balloon on sat, help red cross!  ispyred  2009-12-04 05:28:18
MIT  mit_team  2009-12-03 14:14:20
We have a real Red Balloon photo!  joncannell  2009-12-03 11:56:07
Join our team!  flyingcupcake  2009-12-02 09:58:56
Re: A Painful Social Media Foray for Seattle Journalists  Renay San Miguel  2009-12-04 12:05:52
#washooting  jcrglobalcaplaw  2009-12-04 13:23:57
Re: Bing Maps Beta Opens New Avenues of Exploration  Erika Morphy  2009-12-03 13:54:23
But what if you don't like coffee?  billybobb  2009-12-03 17:47:18

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