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For the past few years, Microsoft has been tracking Santa on his journey on December 24th but this year, Microsoft is taking it up a notch to track the jolly man on his journey.
Microsoft and NORAD's tracking of Santa Claus' journey to deliver presents today seems to be very different than Google's information, including how many presents Santa has given out.
Microsoft is helping the US Air Force this year with its annual NORAD Santa Tracker effort, with support from Windows Azure and Bing Maps. Meanwhile, Google has launched its own Santa Tracker effort.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command, better known as NORAD, has released their official Windows 8 Santa tracking app, designed to show where Santa Claus will be on Christmas Eve.
Starting on Monday, December 24th, at 1 am PST, you can watch Santa Claus fly making his yearly world round trip. Thanks to NORAD and partners Google, AGI, Verizon, Booz Allen Hamilton, Official Santa Mail,...
Despite President Bush's formal go-ahead on the first phase of missile defense deployment, the coast is clear for the time being on the entry of Santa Claus into American air space. According...