Last year, Microsoft released an app it called Hyperlapse and now the company is back with a brand new version, new applications and even a cloud service for the tool.
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Microsoft has created a new website that takes an old carnival game and attempts to use machine learning to guess your age; you can try it out right now.
Missed today's opening keynote at Build 2015? Microsoft has made the video available for your on-demand viewing pleasure, allowing you to catch up on everything from this morning's presentation.
Microsoft kicked off its Build keynote by highlighting milestones that the company achieved with its cloud platform over the last 12 months, including some impressive new subscriber numbers.
Microsoft has announced this morning that it is expanding support for Docker in Azure with the beta releases of Docker Machine and Docker Swarm on Azure, and Docker Machine support on Hyper-V.
Microsoft has a couple of new features that are rolling out for Azure including support for HDInsight running on Ubuntu and general availability of Azure Machine Learning.
If you watched the live-stream of the Super Bowl, you can thank Microsoft for making sure the stream did not go down as another record was set for total viewers.
Microsoft showed off a new advertisement tonight during ABC World News and this time around, the company is focusing on its cloud and how it is helping with cancer research.
Microsoft is busy improving its presence in the cloud technologies area and to keep potential customers aware of their release cycles, the company has launched a roadmap website.
Customers in Europe reported earlier today that they are had issues with Azure, and it appears that the service went offline for many users which means Office 365 was down too.
The games retail company plans to innovate its store locations with interactive experiences through the power of the cloud. Microsoft's Azure service will be the engine that powers it all.
Google has announced today that the company is expanding support for Windows on its Google Compute Engine to help its customers highly performant Windows-based workloads at scale.
Microsoft has had a rough time this week when it comes to outages with Azure, the Windows Store and even Bing being knocked offline which is an alarming trend the company can't afford to continue.
Microsoft has apologized for the issues that many Azure customers have been experienced in the last couple of days, and explained that a storage performance upgrade was to blame for the problems.
Microsoft's Cloud platform, Azure, has been hit with another widespread outage that is impacting customers across the globe.
Microsoft is set to sponsor both the 2015 and 2017 Special Olympics World Games by bringing mobile devices and cloud support to the global non-profit organization.
This week, Microsoft announced a new series of virtual machines for the enterprise that run in Azure called the G series; and while the D series stands for SSD VMs, where did the G come from?
Microsoft has put out a lot of numbers in the past week and we have combined them all to give you a better look at what is going on at the Redmond based company in one single post.
Microsoft has announced it is letting researchers use the massive computing power of its Azure cloud to help research projects aimed at fighting Ebola, an infectious diseases that's spreading fast.
Earlier today, Nadella and company took to the stage to talk about the future of Microsoft's Azure platform and if you missed it, we have a quick recap to bring you up to speed.
Today Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, will take the stage at a company event to show us what's next for the company's Cloud and enterprise efforts. You can watch the event live right here.
Microsoft has announced today that they have teamed up with Docker to bring the container technology to a future release of Windows Server and of course this will come to Azure too.
Microsoft has sent out invites to an event to be held on October 20 in San Francisco, to be hosted by Satya Nadella and Scott Guthrie, at which it will discuss "what's ahead" for its cloud services.
Satya Nadella was on stage at Gartner Symposium ITxpo and talked about the company's future plans for the enterprise and gave new insight into the value proposition Microsoft offers.
Microsoft has stated that they will be building new data centers in India to help create a local footprint in the second largest country by population in an effort to boost cloud adoption.
Microsoft has announced that they are cutting the prices on some Azure features, which will further solidify that it is playing to win in the cloud, and that profit is secondary to attracting users.
Earlier today, Microsoft's Azure service was hit with outages around the globe. Almost everything is back to normal now but the damage has already been done to the reputation of Azure.
It has been rumored for some time that Microsoft would take Windows to the cloud and offer it as a service, but this could be a reference to their Azure RemoteApp product that offers up the DaaS.
Microsoft has ended a program that provided discounts for committing to spending various levels per month and in return, Microsoft would give you a discount on your services.
Microsoft's cloud platform, Azure, is growing very quickly and is expected to be the largest cloud service on the planet by the end of this year, surpassing Amazon and Salesforce.
Microsoft's Azure platform took a huge step these past few weeks in bringing machine-learning to the masses and after talking with Microsoft at WPC 14, the revolution may be right around the corner.
At Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference today, the company took a firm stance in protecting customer privacy with cloud data and has not provided any agency with a backdoor into its data.
Microsoft has announced a suite of new services available for its cloud platform, Azure, and exceptional support is something that the company plans to specialize in to make its service stand out.
Microsoft has shared some interesting figures about its Azure cloud platform, including dozens of features added in recent months, highlights of usage statistics and some of its new platform partners.
Microsoft and Google, who are long time enemies, are putting down the swords to work on a new project that will bring more open source projects to Azure platform including Kubernetes and libswarm
Microsoft is bringing machine learning algorithms to Azure in a way that makes deploying the technology easy and quick; it's a big play for the service to differentiate itself from other platforms.
The rumours were true, Microsoft and Salesforce today announced deal which will see the two cloud services blend together to help customers be "more productive" with salesforce heading to Office 365.
A new report from Bloomberg claims Microsoft and Salesforce.com are in talks that could result in Salesforce's customer management tools being hosted on Microsoft Azure.
Statistics from Netcraft have revealed that Microsoft's IIS web server is closing in on Apache's lead in overall market share of web servers but still has a long way to go among active websites.
Microsoft's newly minted CEO, Satya Nadella will be making another public appearance on April 15th to talk about big data and there will be a live stream of the event too.
Microsoft has announced a new partnership with Oracle that brings several Oracle products into the company's Azure cloud offering.
Do you want to feel like James Bond? Microsoft is here to help with that dream by offering one lucky person an Aston Martin V8 Vantage Coupe. Best of all, the contest is available to most of the world
There's been a lot of Azure news here at TechEd, and Microsoft wants everyone to try it out for themselves. To entice you, they're offering you $200 worth of service credits for the first month.
TechEd is starting today, and there will be plenty of new announcements. Windows Server 2012 R2, System Center 20012 R2, and SQL Server 2014 will all be available for public preview later this month.
Microsoft has formed a new "deep-tech" team inside its Developer and Platform Evangelism division that has the goal of attracting new third party next-gen apps to Microsoft platforms.
With connected services rapidly becoming more mainstream, pulling content and information from nearly anywhere is fast become a reality and now, even your child's bedroom can be cloud connected.
A new infographic published by Microsoft shows the extent of the company's various divisions and how they all link with each other as a way to illustrate the various careers at Microsoft.
Microsoft has launched fourteen Innovation Centres across four Indian states. The centres allow for students to gain certification with Microsoft's products, with seven in Andhra Pradesh alone.
Following the successful launch of Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8, Microsoft is expanding its public cloud platform to China, giving businesses access to the full range of Azure services.