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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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Gadget Ogling: A Microsoft Marvel, an Eensy Keyboard and an Ingenious Desk


Microsoft's HoloLens seems at once fantastical and feasible. It's a shame it looks like a motorcycle visor, since that will limit how many people will use it outside of their homes and offices, but at least it's far less obnoxious than Google Glass. I'll be especially eager to try it out once Xbox One starts using the technology in games. I'm all in, Microsoft.
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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
Re: Sustainability Software, Part 1: It's Easy Being Green  Ned Madden  2009-12-01 08:08:26
Remarketing Technology  CentricsIT  2009-12-01 17:30:35
Environmental ROI  jclarkTRIRIGA  2009-12-01 10:01:02
Re: 5 Highly Avoidable Network Management Bungles  Don Pyle  2009-12-01 05:30:25
Dynamic Change Needs An Automated Eye  kklapproth  2009-12-01 06:02:44
Re: Large Hadron Collider Shatters Energy Record  Richard Adhikari  2009-11-30 13:06:50
Hunting the Elusive Boson  fcsanborn  2009-11-30 13:18:10
Re: Who Wins, Who Loses if Google's Chrome OS Takes Off?  Rob Enderle  2009-11-30 11:24:00
Google is both right and wrong  litl_phil  2009-11-30 11:40:43
Re: Windows 7: Burning Simplicity to Save the OS  Scott M. Fulton, III  2009-11-24 22:06:06
dining philosophers problem  hairyfeet  2009-11-27 21:56:35
Re: The Internet's Destruction of Critical Thinking  Richard Adhikari  2009-11-27 11:19:38
Give me a break...  Kagehi  2009-11-27 11:42:32
Re: Leaked Emails Fuel Climate-Change Firestorm  Katherine Noyes  2009-11-23 13:31:12
Global warming emails.  DaveTex  2009-11-25 22:28:44
Climate Change  StFi  2009-11-24 21:42:22
Re: Playboy's Bunny Couldn't Make the Hop to the Web  Renay San Miguel  2009-11-21 10:46:11
Playboy  RobertFarago  2009-11-25 18:41:47
I doubt it could recover..  Kagehi  2009-11-21 11:09:39
Re: Social Academics: Building a Forum for Online Learning  Jack M. Germain  2009-08-23 19:54:50
social news...  dee86  2009-11-24 12:58:15
Re: Network Forensics and Digital Time Travel  Joe Habib  2009-11-21 16:50:07
Real-time 10Gig analysis is possible  psnpulse  2009-11-22 12:29:01
Re: GM Fuel Cell Test Racks Up 1M Miles  Carolyn Thompson  2009-09-21 06:05:19
fuel celled vehicles  jbobby  2009-11-18 18:38:21
Re: Flu Fear Goes Viral on the Web  Renay San Miguel  2009-11-13 05:05:13
Lost me at Google...  ocsix  2009-11-13 05:42:57
Flu Fear Goes Viral on the Web - rebuttal  thyorison  2009-11-13 05:33:07
Re: Clicker Charts the Seas for Online TV Surfers  Richard Adhikari  2009-11-12 18:39:05
I checked It Out, Created a Playlist, etc.  CMaxcer  2009-11-12 18:42:14
Re: Betrayals: Obama's Hollywood Sellout, Tech Companies' Layoffs  Rob Enderle  2009-11-10 10:16:45
Not really a surprise  RichFiscus  2009-11-11 20:49:47
Re: Barnes & Noble Aims to Take Down Kindle, by Hook or by Nook  Renay San Miguel  2009-10-21 05:45:00
Want note-taking?  egbertinad  2009-11-10 14:42:26
eBook readers  akcoyote  2009-10-21 14:20:23
Kindle vs. the Crowd  thirdparasite  2009-10-21 08:09:59
Re: Windows 7 Is a Snooze  Jack M. Germain  2009-10-29 04:57:02
Windows 7 is the same old underneath, with a new face  apexwm  2009-11-09 05:28:09
7 XP and other stories  JetPrint  2009-10-29 18:25:05
Big Improvement  DarlaPerson  2009-10-29 13:11:57
Good discussion  davidrtechworld  2009-10-29 12:23:06
Quick knowledge  abqdragon  2009-10-29 08:57:09
At last, reasonable user analysis of Windows 7  wildcatherder  2009-10-29 08:51:36
More Worthless Drivel from the Press  JSmith14221  2009-10-29 08:01:46
Windows 7  oscarzacosta  2009-10-29 07:26:03
Zzzzzzzzzzzz.....  thebasa  2009-10-29 06:47:10
Wow, so opinionated!!!  BOBA123  2009-10-29 06:43:43
Double Yawn  Yonidass  2009-10-29 06:33:39
Who cares?...  aoeu  2009-10-29 06:18:24
Windows 7 is more for Businesses  Keeperofstars  2009-10-29 05:59:56
Who wrote this?  Bill_Gates  2009-10-29 05:33:56
Seriously?  Torinth  2009-10-29 05:27:17
Hmmmm...  myriad46  2009-10-29 05:21:57
You are not a technology writer !!!  cbakke2000  2009-10-29 05:12:41
Re: Security, Speed and the Trouble With Transparency  Scott M. Fulton, III  2009-11-08 18:26:50
Attributes for today  packets  2009-11-08 18:45:13
Re: ISF Panelists Spar Over Security vs. Anonymity  Renay San Miguel  2009-11-08 13:04:10
Web security  akcoyote  2009-11-08 13:44:04
Re: Cyber-Meltdown: Managing the Message When IT Hits the Fan  Renay San Miguel  2009-11-07 07:38:26
Fiction...Really?  packets  2009-11-07 07:41:10

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