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Microsoft has officially kicked off Imagine Cup 2014 and if you are interested in participating, make the jump to learn more about see what's changed from previous competitions.
Microsoft's premier student competition, Imagine Cup, has kicked-off today in St. Petersburg, Russia and with more than 300 students competing, this will be on for the record books.
Microsoft has revealed the 86 student teams from 69 countries that have been selected to compete in the 2013 Imagine Cup Worldwide Finals in St. Petersburg, Russia in mid-July.
Microsoft's 2013 Imagine Cup competition is gearing up for the worldwide finals in July and a team from Cyprus has built a wristband that could change how we are administered healthcare in hospitals.
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Microsoft has announced actor Matt Smith, the 11th and current lead in the hit BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who, will be the host for the Imagine Cup Worldwide Finals in St. Petersburg, Russia in July.
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Microsoft has announced the 10 student teams that will compete in the U.S. finals for the company's 2013 Imagine Cup competition, which will be held on May 13th in Silicon Valley.
Microsoft is one of the sponsors of the International Women's Hackathon that's being held this weekend. It's the first all female hackathon with a number of schools participating in the event.
Microsoft has announced an expansion of its Imagine Cup student competition to include two more categories that put the focus on themes specific to women
Microsoft is extending the deadline for the challenge quiz requirement of its Imagine Cup competition a month to give student teams from across the globe time to celebrate holidays.
Microsoft has officially kicked off Imagine Cup 2013 and if you are interested in participating, make the jump to learn more about see what's changed from previous competitions.
Microsoft has just announced the Imagine Cup winners and the team Ukraine has taken the top prize at this years competition and Microsoft also announced that next year the competition is in Russia.
Microsoft's Imagine Cup is a global competition that fosters innovation and creative thinking to solve some of the most complex challenges that we face everyday.
Students taking part in Microsoft's Imagine Cup have created technology to convert sign language into speech, which could completely change how we communicate with those using sign language.
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Microsoft and Nokia have a very close relationship so it should come as no surprise to Nokia hand out its Lumia 800 handset to all the Imagine Cup participants in Sydney, Australia.
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Microsoft is about to kick-off its premier student competition in Sydney, Australia. Neowin has come along for the ride and the show is about to begin as Microsoft takes over Darling Harbor.
Microsoft is gearing up for the Imagine Cup finals and has opened the doors to the polling station for you to cast your vote for the 'People's Choice' award for the 2012 competition.
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Imagine Cup is all about creating game changing applications and what team Miracle Workers has created strikes the heart of this competition.
The Microsoft Imagine Cup finals are in full swing and the US arm of the competition has just wrapped up with team FlashFood taking the top prize.
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Microsoft has just awarded $300K in starter capital to four teams from the 2011 Imagine Cup series. Each team received 75K and are on their way towards making their product a reality.
Microsoft's Imagine Cup is now in its 10th year and this time around is placing Windows 8 and Kinect in the spotlight. These two platforms offer a wider range of flexability and options for students.
Microsoft has announced the individual Imagine Cup challenges for 2012. This years competition will include challenges for both Windows Phone and the Windows Azure platforms.
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